Too Much To Handle
Too many distractions stop you from making music: Finally completing this half-forgotten song, while taking care of your regular day job, an album cover, a website and marketing is too much to handle for one person alone. Above all, it feels like work and free time is too rare already. There are single solutions to each of these challenges, yet only a well-balanced combination doesn’t cause new problems. Regain full focus on your music with the complete package I offer for free (for a limited time only): Effortlessly collaborate with a fellow artist to either get inspiring input for new songs or support in completing old ones. Learn only what you need to know about marketing and design to get your music heard. Lastly, let me make your songs sound as good as you hear them in your head.
Lost In A Noisy Marketplace
If finding a fellow artist becomes another daunting task on your todo list, the plus points of collaborating become obsolete. Mega platforms like Myspace or SoundCloud should make networking easier, but in reality they make you feel lost. Everyone’s occupied with self- promotion, and now it’s all noise. This “like-for-a-like” market is a creativity killer. The same holds true for shopping instrumentals or vocals from people you never even once talked to. When has this ever resulted in good music – let alone a feeling of fulfillment? Here, I will introduce you to an intimate, exclusive community of commited artists who are interested in real friendships and first and foremost, making music together. If you like, I will personally help you connect to your musical counterpart.
Attention leads to feedback and that will spark your motivation.
Spam Marketing has gotten a bad rep. Nonetheless, good marketing is about making the underdogs seem larger than life. Not in a “fake it till you make it” way, but instead by building a community, connecting people, making an impact and adding value to the lives of your “1000 true fans” (Kelly). This site and service are meant to set an example. After all, it’s about supporting the culture. Artists I work with will be featured on my blog and will get detailed feedback that can be made pulic, if desired. I’ll also give you advice on how to package and promote your music with the help of online marketing and design. Last but not least, you’ll be introduced to a network of friends, who will spread the word about your music.
To me, mixing and mastering are part of marketing. If you want your music to get heard, you need to compete with pro-productions. I know how much experience and time this takes. Bad sound can ruin the best compositions, lyrics and performances, even though all that might be more important. The rest of the world will simply press skip, though. I speak from personal experience. That’s why I’m especially dedicated to constantly improving my sound engineering skills now. Let me help you realize your musical visions in professional quality. In order to not compromise your original ideas, I’ll keep you well informed at every stage of the process. By the way, instead of making “fix it in the mix” a taboo, I’m specialized in restoring problematic recordings. You’ll be amazed by the sound of your home recordings.
Artists I Worked With
How To Meet Artists And Complete Songs
a) personally assisting the artists to collaborate with their musical counterparts, who will either provide input to inspire new songs or help complete old ones,
b) giving free advice on how to package and promote music projects with the help of design as well as online marketing, and
c) taking the musical results to the next level with the help of editing, tuning, mixing, mastering and even adding to the production, if desired.
Someday, I am going to charge for the optional bonus offers (e.g. mixing, mastering). Of course, this will then be stated explicitly in advance and you will have to agree expressly to the exact prize of the service, before you have to pay anything. Right now, you do not have to worry about that, though.
Since I put a lot of effort into every project, I have to be selective. Otherwise, I couldn’t do you justice. This is why I want to hear a short demo of your music first. In the end, it is a matter of taste. I would love to connect with everyone, though.
So please, just give it a try!
Simply send me a mail at flo”at”meetandcomplete.com.
I always reply and I look forward to hearing from you.
Learn along with me, how to make it in today’s world as a sidehustling artist, while staying far, far away from the music industry. Don’t wait for permission – just become your own label and marketing agency. I don’t know how, but you can follow me, as I try to figure it out and share my trials and tribulations.
I know, this site lacks a portfolio. I’m going to present some audio demos as soon as possible. Until then, feel free to message me and I’ll send you something.
There’s an exclusive facebook group for registered artists. Where else would you like to connect with me?