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Tips For Creating A Great Promo Video

We recently had the opportunity to chat with Mark Greer, co-founder of Biveo.com, a directory and guide for producing effective marketing videos. The following is a little Q & A we prepared to help musicians better understand how to create professional videos to market their…

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9 Tips To Thrive As A Freelance Musician

This is a guest post by Doug Beney, founder of the blog Midi Lifestyle You have skills that clients need. Perhaps you also have a great studio filled with high-end gear and a beast of a PC that will handle anything you throw at it.…

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How To Get Hired As A Session Singer

How To Get Hired As A Session Singer

Here's a really excellent video by top rated AirGigs vocalist Audrey Callahan, on 5 key tips for getting more work as a session vocalist. Whether you are marketing your services on platforms like AirGigs, or on your own website, these are essential tips for getting…

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Ike Willis

A Conversation With Ike Willis, Vocalist & Guitarist For The Frank Zappa Band

We are really excited to share with you our latest podcast interview with Ike Willis (audio below), vocalist & guitarist For The Frank Zappa Band. Ike was a regular member of Frank Zappa's studio and touring bands from 1978 until the last tour in 1988.…

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How To Make A Song Radio Ready

How To Make A Song Radio Ready, By Seth Caldwell

This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Seth Caldwell of SongLaboratory It’s no secret that nowadays you can get a pretty unbelievable sound from your bedroom studio. DAW’s and digital sounds have come a long way and finally can compete with major studios. But…

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13 Tips For Getting Better Drum Tracks, By Luke O’Kelley

This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Luke O'Kelley Building a song with great sounding drums is no simple process. There are a lot of elements that can contribute to, or detract from a great sounding drum track. The quality of your kit, drum…

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Want To Record With Johnny Cash’s Bass Player? Q & A With Top Bassist Dave Roe

Originally from Hawaii, Dave Roe moved to Nashville in the early ‘80s, where he became a highly sought after bassist. Perhaps best known for his long tenure as Johnny Cash’s last bassist, a position he held from 1992 till Cash’s death in 2003, Roe has also…

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The Anatomy of a Background Vocal Arrangement. Part 2, BGVs

This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Lydia Salnikova BGVs, as in “background vocals”. It is actually a synonym of “harmonies” and those 2 terms can be used interchangeably, but for the purpose of this article I have chosen to separate them. As discussed…

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The Anatomy of a Background Vocal Arrangement. Part 1, harmonies

This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Lydia Salnikova Hi, I’m Lydia Salnikova and I’m here to talk about one of my favorite subjects: background vocals. First, please allow me to share a bit of my own background – not only to establish credibility…

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Interview With Elan Noelle

Interview With Singer, Songwriter and Music Producer – Elan Noelle

We were really excited to catch up with Singer, Songwriter and Music Producer, Elan Noelle. Elan is a seasoned session vocalist, and one of our top rated service providers here on AirGigs. Outside of the recording studio, she is also the lead vocalist in the…

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