Regardless of your exact role as a performer in the music industry, you're likely curious about to convert your talents into actual revenue. Here we examine how artists in the business are actually making, and how they're not.
In this latest piece from MusicThinkTank, Alex Cowles details how it is that independent artists can actually see some income from their efforts in the music industry, plus how
"Music producers and creators are ALWAYS searching for new sounds and source material, and despite the fact that Loopmasters have something of a monopoly on the sample-pack market, there is still plenty of room for you to get your sounds out there and make some money.
Generally more expensive than a single or EP (and often more than an album) these packs are often a way to tap into a different market, but require you to have the base knowledge to create them."