The Blog

Rotor Sponsors ‘Kick Out The Jams’ Events

kick out the jams

We are so hyped to be sponsoring three ‘Kick Out The Jams’ events, a new monthly club night at The Forum in Royal Tunbridge Wells. Whether you’re already a fan of the line-up acts or if you just love discovering new music, these gigs will be right up your street. Read ➞

How to Get More YouTube Views to Your Music Video

how to get more youtube views

If your music vid is struggling to get the hits it deserves, you’re not alone. It’s an issue which every up-and-coming artist has had to deal with. There are over a billion users on YouTube, so the potential is huge – but how do you get your video noticed? Thankfully, there are a few insider hints and tips that can give your view count a healthy boost. Here’s how to get more YouTube views to your music video.

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Win 10 Free Videos with Rotor’s 100k Competition!

It’s official, 100k videos have been made using Rotor! To celebrate, we’re giving you the chance to win 10 free videos made on the platform. This is an awesome opportunity to get high quality, professional music videos created for free. We built Rotor to take the hard work out of making great video content – for one lucky winner, we’re taking the cost out too!

How to Enter

Entering the competition couldn’t be easier. Here’s how to be in with a chance of winning:

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Best Music Promotion Apps

best music promotion apps

Music promotion is a tough gig. How do you cut through the noise and get your name out there? It’s not easy but it’s certainly not impossible. There are a few vital apps out there that can get you noticed. Here’s some of the best music promotion apps every up-and-coming artist needs.

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Rotor: Now and Then

Rotor music video tool

We’ve got a lot of ideas. Probably too many, which is why we need to prioritise which ones to execute first. That’s always a tough decision.

In the first round of development we spent a lot of time creating Rotor as you see it now. It works and we love it, but it’s merely a taste of what we can do. There’s a lot more to come. We went through several UI iterations and just managed to get to something we were all happy with as our first demonstration. Now it’s time to move forward.

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