We’ve compiled a list of tools and recommendations to support those that are more at the starting point of their composing career—though people at any level might find some useful nuggets that weren’t on their radar!
Warm introductions are one of the most powerful ways to expand your network and land some incredible opportunities in your music career. But are you doing them the right way? In this post, we’ll give you some tips to help increase the chances of making a meaningful connection, avoid awkward situations, and look super professional while either asking for an introduction or making one.
A great music conference is the perfect place to connect with other musicians and composers to nerd out about your favorite subjects and hot topics in the field. It’s also the best place to network with other creatives, particularly the ones who are looking to hire talent like you.
The world of music licensing is broad and nuanced. But when utilized correctly, any talented musician can learn to navigate the licensing landscape and harness a steady stream of income for their music.
Social distancing means musicians, composers, engineers, and other audio industry veterans must adapt to stay professionally relevant and financially secure. Being required to virtually interact with our partners, clients, and managers 100% of the time poses all sorts of new challenges. Thankfully, specialized technologies can ease our transition into a fully remote work environment.
David Das, President of the Academy of Scoring Arts, goes through five crucial and practical tips you can implement to maximize your chances of success as an artist.
Within the last few weeks, the world has been forced to confront the reality of a global spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). We know this is a stressful time for many of our customers so we’re making a few changes to our plan structure to better support all the artists affected by recent events.
SoundCloud changed the rules for music discovery and fan engagement. But, when it comes to sending demo reels to directors and audio leads, etc. you need to make a powerful impression. That’s where ReelCrafter comes in—built specifically for creating professional private demo reels. The reels you can create just can’t be replicated on a platform like SoundCloud. So how is ReelCrafter different?
If you create music for media, royalties are a major part of your income. Here’s what you can do to ensure you don’t have money left on the table or in the black box.
ReelCrafter’s Expert Series is an exclusive collection of articles by leading audio industry professionals. We’re kicking it off with a look at building and maintaining valuable industry relationships with composer and Columbia College educator, Kubilay Üner.
ReelCrafter Artist Spotlight is a new series where we get to know our customers and learn more about their work and background. In this inaugural Artist Spotlight, we’ll be picking the brain of Craig Marks, a prolific LA-based composer whose music you’ve probably heard if you’ve ever watched Food Network.
Hi, I'm Sam Hulick, composer for film and video games, and co-founder of ReelCrafter. I'd love to tell you a little bit about how ReelCrafter was born, because it's a great example of how a simple tool can be created to solve what other services weren't addressing.