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Manage Mental – Episode 81 – How to Get Featured on Music Blogs

Hypebot article “How To Get a Blog Premiere For Your Next Release” by Jeanette Kats of Symphonic Distribution’s Symphonic Blog. Press coverage is pretty important in the digital age, and it’s all about connections. But where do you start? Sure, you can send out cold e-mails to writers and editors who may never open them, but there are a few tips and tricks to help you get noticed in a sea of demos. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.megaphone.fm/JJW4606236767.mp3

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Working Drummer Podcast – 180 – Billy Thomas: Drumming for Vince Gill, The Time Jumpers, Singing and Drumming

In this episode, Billy talks about: The current changes Nashville is experiencing The important role of the drummer Using technique as a vehicle for achieving a great feel Continuing to find joy in music after many years and experiences The importance of good health The willingness to be part of a team Touring and recording with Vince Gill for the better part of thirty years The Time Jumpers Singing and drumming Billy endorses: Ludwig Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Pro-Mark Sticks, Evans Drumheads http://media.blubrry.com/mjackson/p/workingdrummer.net/wd_podcasts/WorkingDrummer_280_Billy_Thomas.mp3

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Music Is Win Podcast – Episode 40 – How an Iconic Guitar is Built

On this penultimate episode of the second season of The Music is Win Podcast, I had the pleasure to take a private tour with the master luthier of Gibson USA while I was at in Nashville, Tennessee for Summer NAMM this past summer. Come along on a tour of one of the most impressive factories in the world as we go through the lifespan of an iconic guitar, from a piece of wood to the finished product. http://static1.squarespace.com/static/55831876e4b039c3676f33af/t/5b69ad181ae6cfa6f785f5dd/1533652342031/Gibson+Factory+Tour.mp3/original/Gibson+Factory+Tour.mp3

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Working Drummer Podcast – 179 – Dylan Wissing: A Living Library of Drum Sounds at Triple Colossal Studios

In this podcast, Dylan talks about The early influence of Shawn Pelton and Kenny Aronoff The 13 years he spent on the road with Johnny Socko Making the transition from touring to doing more session work How studio carpentry and selling drums on Ebay put him in the drum and music world, and how he developed skills that he uses as a session drummer and studio owner Listening to drums with your ears, not your eyes The three pillars of his business: An arsenal of drums, a huge set of…

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Back From The Gig Podcast – 7-30-18 – Pedal Steel Course, Guilt Food, and Shame Boots

Jim releases a pedal steel course (jimlillmusic.com/steel) and talks about newly released music he played guitar on. Additional topics include Bo Burnham’s movie Eighth Grade, learning terrifying stuff about where food comes from, and coming to terms with fashion. https://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BackFromTheGig/~3/XsmuXnEOo4M/7-30-18_-_Pedal_Steel_Course_Guilt_Food_and_Shame_Boots.mp3

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Manage Mental – Episode 79 – How to Promote Your Band

Promoting a band is tricky business these days. Tools and tricks that worked wonders even five years ago don’t work nearly as well today. In case you haven’t noticed, the music industry has undergone a complete transformation in the span of just a couple of years. This means that to get the most out of promoting your band, you’ll have to approach things a little differently. Here are eight ideas to help you get started: For the full article, click the link above: 1. Add a physical element to your…

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Back From The Gig Podcast – 7-23-18 – In The Middle Of Recording Vocals And Drums

The original album recording process is underway. Jim talks about a new guitar strap (spoiler, the strap came in the mail and it was the wrong one). Other topics include Michigan State’s Brand Values page and cutting songs true to current self or past self. https://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BackFromTheGig/~3/yjep7hEmqFs/7-23-18_-_In_The_Middle_Of_Recording_Vocals_And_Drums.mp3

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Music Is Win Podcast – Episode 37 – Glenn Fricker is Metal as #&%!

Glenn Fricker calls ’em like he sees ’em, which is exactly the quality you look for in a good music producer. In this episode of The Music is Win Podcast, Glenn explains what he feels is essential for musicians to possess in order to excel in a studio environment. We also chat about studio war stories, the worst thing about music today, and much, much more. This is one of the rare expletive-ridden episodes you’ll find of The Music is Win Podcast, but I’d have it no other way–Glenn is…

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Michael Brandvold Marketing – Ep. 330 The Fan Pyramid, The Five Levels of Being a Fan

Think of your fans as a pyramid with your most devoted and loyal fans at the top. The number one things your fans want is recognition. They want to know you recognize their efforts, that they support you. When engaged they will do amazing things to support artists. They will buy and stream your music, attend your shows, buy your merch. They will also grow your base by evangelizing everyone they come in contact with via socials, word of mouth or wearing your shirt.

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Working Drummer Podcast – 175 – Will Groth: Playing in Electric Avenue, Making Atlanta Home, Physical Sustainability

In this podcast, Will talks about: Keeping cover songs at their original tempos The surprises and challenges in the drumming of 80s pop How he and the band approach getting their sounds and tones right Playing in an organ trio with Ike Stubblefield and Grant Green Jr. How working his way into the Atlanta scene changed his perspective on music Why he always has and always will play traditional grip, and the curiosities of drumming ergonomics Finding ways of playing that will be physically sustainable as you age. http://media.blubrry.com/mjackson/p/workingdrummer.net/wd_podcasts/WorkingDrummer_275_Will_Groth.mp3

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Music Is Win Podcast – The Chords John Mayer Should’ve Used in “New Light”

In this week’s episode of The Music is Win Podcast, I recap my trip to NAMM in Nashville, TN, where I visited some awesome places around the city, met new friends, and made epic videos. I also reveal the winner of the Framus Folk Legacy acoustic guitar, so be sure to check your Instagram DMs. As the main attraction, I’ll also dive into John Mayer’s song “New Light” and go over my approach to not only learning the music, but manipulating it as an exercise in music theory and creativity.…

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Pitbull Audio – Chris Broderick Clinic

Chris Broderick (guitarist formerly with Megadeth, Jag Panzer, Nevermore, and currently on tour with Act of Defiance) joined us in the Pitbull Audio Showroom on the last day before he leaves for his tour with Act of Defiance to bring an AWESOME clinic, touching on relatable topics including: – how to practice – how to write riffs and melodies – how to improvise – why knowing music theory helps – going over his rig and gear (special thanks to Jackson Guitars!) Broderick went over these topics in a structured fashion,…

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