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Music Collaboration On Songstuff

Posted by Songstuff, in Songstuff Info 22 September 2014 - - - - - - · 483 views
music collaboration and 3 more...
Collaborate on Songstuff, bringing lyricists , songwriters , musicians , recording engineers , and producers covering many styles of music.

Come along and take part!


Join our general Collaboration Group and keep up to date with collaboration projects, create your own collabor...

Music Industry Boards

Posted by Songstuff, in Songstuff Info 30 August 2014 - - - - - - · 430 views
music industry, music promotion and 3 more...
Amplify your impact on the music scene.

Share your experiences with your fellow performers, writers, producers, and other music industry professionals, semi-pros and amateurs.


Come join us!

Youtube Subscription Service - Launch Iminent, Warnings Of Takedowns

Posted by john, in Music Interest 18 June 2014 - * * * * * · 760 views

YouTube have confirmed that the launch of their new subscription service is very close, but at the same time they are in the process of removing some of the biggest indie label acts.

YouTube and several indie labels have failed to agree on the royalty terms covering the new YouTube subscription service. These terms are in addition to the terms already co...

Diy Demo Cd's

Posted by Ravi Nair, in Music Interest, Songstuff Articles 04 June 2014 - - - - - - · 756 views
Demo CD, DIY, Inexpensive and 2 more...
Diy Demo Cd's A month ago my band mate and I decided to give away CD's with our material to those who seemed to like our music. Since we are students and mostly live with a limited amount of money, getting a professional/industry type CD done would've costed a lot of money off our wallets. We tried to find a way around this situation. At first it was all about Saving M...

New Article - Bands, Give Your Fans Real News, Not Spam

Posted by Songstuff, in Songstuff Articles 11 March 2014 - - - - - - · 2,354 views

Bands, Give Your Fans Real News, Not Spam

Bands face an ongoing challenge when it comes to spreading the word about their music, including both the task of getting their music in front of completely new listeners and the task of keeping in contact with their existing fans. This article explores the key issues involved in communicating with fans and prov...

Catcerto - A Concerto With A Cat!

Posted by Mahesh, in Uncategorized, Music Interest 18 February 2014 - - - - - - · 764 views
cat, concerto, classical and 1 more...
Music has it's countless sources. It comes in the most unexpected ways and sizes. A cat is surely one of the surprising ones out of the lot. The Internet seems to love cats. And of all the thousands of cat videos that roam the internet, this is the one I want to share with you.

Nora the Cat is a gray tabby cat that was rescued by their owners from a sh...

Stop And Listen!

Posted by Mahesh, in Music Interest 04 February 2014 - - - - - - · 839 views
Joshua, bell, classical and 5 more...
The world has become such a busy place. Deadlines, schedules, priorities, it's never ending. In such a time, we tend to overlook things that would have made the biggest difference in our lives.

Washington Post conducted an experiment that went on to prove this very point.

It was in January 2007 when Joshua Bell , a violinist, performed a few classical...

Get Featured On Songstuff, Our Newsletter And Portals

Posted by john, in Songstuff News 20 January 2014 - * * * * * · 688 views

* Brand New Opportunity *

Not to be missed!

Are you interested in free publicity as a lyricist, songwriter or band?

Rack up 10 genuine posts on our forums (not one liners!) each week and you can submit a maximum of one picture, the lyrics for one song, one song recording and one video, to be considered by our site crew. Each member of our site crew can...

The Pentatonic Scale And The Human Brain.

Posted by Mahesh, in Music Interest 18 January 2014 - - - - - - · 757 views
pentatonic scale, bobby mcferrin and 4 more...
The Pentatonic Scale is something that almost every musician would have learnt in their early days. No matter the genre, the Pentatonic Scale proves to be a very powerful tool in improvising solos. Even though less is known about how the human brain interprets music, it's been observed that it responds to recognizable patterns such as the Pentatonic qui...

A Plan To Release Your Music

Posted by Songstuff, in Music Interest, Editorials 16 January 2014 - - - - - - · 588 views
releasing music and 2 more...
We have a lot of members releasing songs and albums just now. However, very, very few, if any, use any form of release process. In particular, there is very little in the way of build up to the release. Releases tend to be haphazard in nature.


On many occasions impatience to share their new...