If you're a songwriter, composer, or producer wanting to learn about the business side of being a music creator, the ASCAP events are a great resource. They bring together the world's top songwriters and producers who share behind the scenes details about their writing process, and how they got "discovered"
I'm excited to be moderating a panel called "Make the Internet Work For you" in NYC with some really smart folks; Jeff Price from Tunecore, musician PR expert Ariel Hyatt, and web-savvy Bandzoogle member Adam Taylor.
The goal of our panel is to help you make sense of all the online tools available for musicians, which you should focus on, and how to make the most of them to grow your fanbase.
I'll be giving away two tickets to the New York event on March 31st (worth $95 each!). To win yours, either:
- Re-tweet or "like" our post about this on Twitter or Facebook (use the links at the top of this blog post)
- Post a comment in the blog, on Twitter, or Facebook letting us know "What web services do you think are critical to your music career?"