Do you check your email first thing in the morning?
Do you get up to date with the news online over an early cup of coffee?
Do you use the web to check your bank account balance?
These days we use the Internet for just about everything: communication with old friends via Facebook; updating our financial portfolios and checking stocks; even buying movie tickets for the 8:30 show. If you’re anything like me, the net is your go-to resource for just about everything. Sometimes I roll out of bed and land at my desk, checking my messages before I even brush my teeth. Now with smart phones providing Internet access just about anywhere, pretty much everything is tied to the online world. Even grocery shopping has moved from a notepad to an iPhone app for many people.
I use the web for music stuff, too. I like discovering new music, reading news about my favorite bands, even listening to streaming music online is simple now. But the net is not just a great resource for hearing other artists’ music; it’s also a great resource for your own music career.
Sure, there are sites that have articles about making it in the music industry today… So many in fact that it can be a bit overwhelming to read all the advice that’s available to you. But while many musicians turn to the Internet for tips on how to take their career to the next level, most don’t realize the Internet can actually be used to take their career to the next level.
I’m not talking about making a Facebook music page, although that’s certainly a good thing to do. I’m talking about using the web to record an amazing album.
That concept may even sound a little crazy to you. But ten years ago, the idea of being able to instantly watch millions of hours of video probably sounded a little crazy. And here we are, all regular users of YouTube without even thinking about that simple fact.
Technology has given musicians the unprecedented ability to hire top studio musicians to play on their albums without having to relocate to Los Angeles. You can collaborate with world-class professionals who will lay down incredible instrumental and vocal tracks for your demo or album. You could have your record mixed and mastered by a Grammy-nominated engineer! Not too long ago, that would have seemed impossible. But today it’s not only possible, it’s easy and affordable.
People use the Internet for vacation planning, research, even dating. We use the web for just about everything we can think of. Why not use it to record the album you’ve always dreamed of making?
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