We know, as we’re sure you do too, that the live music industry has a lot to offer. It’s exciting and can help you get your music out there, be heard by new people and hopefully earn some money doing it too.
However, as an artist, gigs are only a part of building a career and a name for yourself in the music industry. Our friends at Music Gateway have got three things for you to consider to help you further your career as a whole and ultimately also on the live side of things.
3.) Get your music into film, TV, adverts, games and more
Music actually represents a massive part in visual media such as film, TV, adverts, games, etc. You might not have thought about it before, or maybe you didn’t know how to access that area of the industry, but it’s actually a great way of getting exposure and earning a good amount of money. There’s a lot to explain on this subject so we won’t go in-depth on it here, but there are many blogs to be found on the synchronisation of music to visual media (otherwise known as ‘Sync’). Here’s one to start you off.
If you’re interested in getting your music synced, Music Gateway is a platform that can get you there. The platform helps you organise your music, add metadata and get a sync deal. They also have a marketplace which offers opportunities throughout the industry, similar to the gig opportunities available on Gigmit, but can range from anything like finding someone to collaborate with to opportunities like getting a publisher or record deal.
If you like the sound of that, click here to try music gateway for free for 14 days and give your career a boost today!