The main reasons why you may not be a record
The main reasons why you probably do not have a record deal!
- Skills: You can get angry and storm down. You can be painful and start crying. You may be angry with throwing a jug of water in the face of the audition panel. But no matter how hot you can get, nothing will change the fact that you may not be as talented as you think. All your life told your family and friends, “Wow! You are very talented,” and it started to go to your head. You may be very well the following J-Lo or Nelly, at least according to your peeps, but if no-one outside your support network has ever heard of you, you may be rude awakening. The best way to test your talent is to criticize other people for you. Believe me, a perfect stranger will tell you what others are afraid to tell you your whole life, you suck! On the other hand, the opposite may apply. If you have the skills, strangers will let you know with enthusiasm. Exposure, exposure and more exposure are the key to measuring your talent. Whether it’s raping or singing, or a bit of both, you’ll have to get out there and be seen and heard. Take every opportunity to do, big or small, and show the music world you offer. In addition, I propose that you obtain a written evaluation of your talent from a reputable music industry professor, and let the rest to good luck.
- Game plan: Just like a soccer team must practice to win, do it too. At the start of the training camp, when the players come to the first session, each player is handed a playbook. This playbook is a detailed plan of action to lead the team to its ultimate goal, success. Your playbook does not have to work out like the NFLs, just do a simple pencil and path. The whole concept of a game plan is to find out where it wants to be, and how to get there. Start with the end product (the goal) and then work back. List all the steps it takes to achieve your goal, and then correct it in reverse order. Now you have created a map of your game plan, review it and make changes if necessary. Then fold it up and paste it into your wallet for easy access so you can always remember yourself where you go and where you were.
- Product: Give it, you will not be too impressive from a plumber if you do not have an adjustable key, and you will definitely not be a darling without the funny make-up. So, what do you think you even have a snowball chance in hell to be successful in the music business, if it did not have a demo. Very few people have ever got a record deal by chasing a record manager at a nightclub or shopping mall; Even less had an agreement through telepathy. To be that fate is not on your side, go out of the couch, drop down the PlayStation and go to the nearest studio and record a demo. You can usually find a good recording studio that appears in the Gold Pages, Business Magazines or on the Internet. Most if not all recording studios have staff producers who can help you develop your sound. Once the survey process has been completed, it is time to compile a press release. Start by placing three of your best songs on a CD; make sure the label has your name, song title and contact number in plan view. Next, you will need a recent photo of yourself or group, with your contact details written below. Lastly, you need an artist biography (CV) that emphasizes any detailed information about yourself, including who you are, where you come from and where you want to go. Also include any press releases or articles that can show your achievements. Once you have collected all these items, paste them into a nice little package. Make sure your package is professional and unique enough to disassemble you.