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  • How to create eye-catching album art

    Album art is one of many crucial elements in cementing legendary albums in the music industry. They define how we look at a particular album and are key to first impressions and music discovery. The most notable album artworks have earned their rightful place in music history. The Beatles’ Abbey Road album cover made St […]

    September 16, 2022
  • How to deconstruct constructive criticism

    What did that punter mean when they said the show was good but the guitar was too loud? How do you listen and deconstruct constructive criticism and use that to improve? Criticism is the act of giving your opinion or judgment about the good or bad qualities of something or someone. Remember that criticism and music are subjective Firstly, there is no […]

    September 14, 2022
  • How to build an audience: where are my fans?

    When you are an emerging musician, it can be tricky to build an audience and know exactly who your fans are. How do you find people who will resonate with what you are creating? The answer is… there is no one answer! Identify your audience There’s no point making wild guesses about who your fans […]

    August 25, 2022
  • Vampr Accelerator Sessions with Sarey Savy

    Topic: Tips and Tricks to Networking Couldn’t make it to Vampr’s Accelerator Session with Sarey Savy back on June 17th? No problem, we have the chat transcribed for you so you can re-live the conversation and get all the tips and tricks that he dished out! 🍽 Vampr: Today we’re going to interview Sarey Savy […]

    August 10, 2022
  • The A-Z of networking for music promotion and actually getting heard

    There are many different avenues to follow when it comes to music promotion. Typically, you should focus the majority of your music promotion efforts on fans and prospective future fans. However, as part of building your online music community, you may find opportunities to promote your music within the music industry as well as beyond […]

    December 24, 2021
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    May 1, 2018