Music Distribution can be a tricky business. Individual musicians and bands find many more options for Music Distribution than were available to new and established musicians twenty years ago – mostly as a result of the great opportunities offered by the Internet. Musicians today use Internet websites as their Music Distribution centers for greater independence and much better profits. New recoding artists have the option to offer their music on their own websites or to choose Internet “radio” venues to spin their first CDs, some at varying charges and others, such as Media Positive Radio, totally free (follow our “Submit Music” link).
Complicated and costly music recording and Music Distribution contracts are becoming a thing of the past, as artists have found their salvation from fund-depleting contract ventures through associations on the Internet. However, be aware that some Internet websites still require Music Distribution contracts or agreements that must be read and researched carefully. It is much too easy for new and inexperienced music artists to get caught in binding agreements that end up costing them much more than necessary or apparent at first glance. Read carefully!
Website Music Distribution provides the individual musician and independent band with opportunities to develop a fan base, to sell, and to get feedback from fans and bloggers who eagerly evaluate and promote or criticize sounds and techniques, which can lead to professional growth. Websites Music Distribution venues can also provide opportunities to meet other music groups and to book gigs, if that is the desire of the artist or group.
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