One of the biggest challenges facing up-and-coming musicians is money. How can you make enough cash to lose the day job and start creating music full-time? If you’ve got a following of loyal fans, it’s worth considering merchandise. It’s not a quick win but there’s an abundance of other benefits which can help you in the short-term. Here’s how to finance your creativity with music merchandise.
Rotor Videos and Oyster Music present an evening of unmissable live music at The Crowndale, London on 10th November 2017! Palomino Party, New Portals and All The People will be taking to the stage on what’s guaranteed to be an insane night of live music. Here’s all you need to know…
Finding a way to fund your dream is a huge challenge when becoming a musician. After all, if you can make music your day job, you’ll be able to invest more time into working your way up the ladder. If you’ve got a dedicated following of fans who love the beats you produce, you may consider crowdfunding.
If you’re thinking about going down this route, we’ve got some advice for you. Here’s our guide to music crowdfunding for artists.
We all know Rotor's the place to go if you want professional music videos made with ease. Now, you can do this for your promotional videos too! It's cool to drop music videos sporadically, but if you really want to build momentum and engage your audience, you're going to need to do a bit more.
Short-form promotional videos are vital to building expectations and launching a successful music campaign. So, we thought we'd shed a little light on how to create promotional videos with Rotor.
Here's some guidance to our new interface and overlays tool - you'll have some awesome promo vids in no time! Read ➞
If you’re dreaming of becoming a successful musician, securing a record deal is probably sitting pretty high on your priority list. There are plenty of tips out there to help your get a record deal. As we’re video experts, we’re going to focus on what this brings you as an artist and how it can make you a more attractive prospect. Here’s how a music video can get you signed.