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The Mindset Of A Musicpreneur

This is a guest post by AirGigs artist Chris Dunnet Musicpreneur seems to be becoming a popular buzzword. What does it mean exactly? It expresses the idea that many modern musicians need multiple streams of income. This has always been true to some extent. Even…

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The Importance Of Working With A Mix Engineer

The Importance Of Working With A Mix Engineer

This is a guest post by top rated AirGigs artist Aubrey Whitfield Everyone wants their songs to sound the best they possibly can, and many artists turn to music producers to make this happen for them. Working with a good music producer is the first…

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Balancing Being a Creative with Running a Business

Balancing Being a Creative with Running a Business

This is a guest post by top rated AurGigs artist Katie Marie One of the most challenging aspects of being a self employed creative, is balancing the business side of things with the artistic. They’re two very important elements of our lives, forever running parallel…

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How To Keep Moving Forward When No One Is Booking Gigs

This is a guest post by Bree Noble. It's part of an ongoing series we're doing to help provide resources and practical tips during this crisis. If you’re like most artists, booking is not your favorite task. It can be tempting to put booking on…

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Ways To Be Creative & Productive During A Crisis

This is a guest post by AirGigs top rated studio pro Katie Marie It's part of an ongoing series we're doing to help provide resources and practical tips during this crisis There are a multitude of industries right now heavily impacted by the current pandemic.…

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5 Things Musicians Can Do In The Next Week To Start Making Money Online

This is a guest post by Bree Noble. It's part of an ongoing series we're doing to help provide resources and practical tips during this crisis. These are uncertain times, especially for musicians. With gigs being cancelled, venues shut down and private lessons deemed unsafe,…

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In Session With Charles Berthoud

Charles Berthoud has over 600 five star reviews on AirGigs. He’s an electric bassist, originally from London, now living in Boston, MA. He has high-level professional experience, having recorded original music for Warner/Chappell Production Music, as well as collaborating with producers from prominent labels such…

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A Songwriter’s Guide To Reverb Types

In this video, Isha "The Mad Scientist" Erskine discusses some different types of reverbs, what they are, and how to use them in a musical setting. In this video you will learn about the origins of the various reverb types that are now all available…

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3 Song Arrangement Mistakes To Avoid

Arranger and multi-instrumentalist Lucas Gonzalez brings us a few tips on what to avoid when arranging a song. Using Amy Whinehouse's song "You know I'm no good" he gives us three different examples that deal with Harmony, Instrumentation and Style. Find more about Lucas Gonzales’…

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In Session With Dean Madonia

Dean is a Vocalist, Multi-Instrumentalist and Producer. At AirGigs he offers services such as lead / background vocals, mixing, keyboards and full song production. He has opened for such diverse acts as: New Grass Revival, Steve Vai, Dee Dee Ramone, Company B, Dottie West, The…

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Three Different Approaches To Song Arrangement

Composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Lucas Gonzalez brings us a few creative ideas and tips on how to arrange a song from 3 different style perspectives. A symphonic orchestra version, a “midi instrumented” version, and a Funky version that includes live instruments. Lucas uses "Every Breathe…

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9 Tips For Better Lyric Writing

9 Tips For Better Lyric Writing

For the longest time, I used to hate having to come up with words for my music. It didn’t come naturally to me at all. The musical element of my compositions would (for the most part) flow with relative ease, but when it came to…

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