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danialvettori
post Tue 10 Mar 2009, 05:25
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Hi, to all out there
A drummer by profession, I am seeking some guidance in further developing my career. I have established myself well enough as a drummer and earn enough to fend for myself and pay my bills. What I need is some kind of publicity on the internet, wherein I can promote myself and get hired by other musician as well. How do I get to the next level? How do I go about this?
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deaconblue
post Tue 10 Mar 2009, 06:30
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QUOTE (danialvettori @ Mon 9 Mar 2009, 22:25) *
Hi, to all out there
A drummer by profession, I am seeking some guidance in further developing my career. I have established myself well enough as a drummer and earn enough to fend for myself and pay my bills. What I need is some kind of publicity on the internet, wherein I can promote myself and get hired by other musician as well. How do I get to the next level? How do I go about this?



Hey danialvettori,

MySpace (make sure to sign up as a musician) and FaceBook immediately come to mind. The PodSafe Network if you have music ready to go. This forum would be a start as well.

What are you wanting to do? More of an idea of where you want to go will allow for better directions to get there.

Best of luck!

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lepetitmartien
post Tue 10 Mar 2009, 13:43
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Same as deacon, plus I'll add: be it here or elsewhere, fill up your profile (we have a professional listing here see the yellow pages entry in your my controls>my profile information) with the data you need advertised (but no more! it is public if you chose to do so), in forums, have a short informative signature like "professional drummer, available for sessions, stage, weddings in LA and Vladivostok etc." you get the idea smile.gif


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post Thu 12 Mar 2009, 05:49
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Steve Nixon career mentoring is the answer to your question. Steve Nixon is a well known music mentor and a famous musician in his own right. He has tips and advices of all sorts to help out aspiring pro musicians on this website. I recommend you drop Steve a line. I studied with him for 2 years and it really helped me!
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post Thu 12 Mar 2009, 16:05
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Note that the above link is for a paid service. I don't know its value, but I'd be cautious… I'm sure the 100000$ a year he boasts as his comes mainly from the course… wink.gif


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