Tune in to http://www.affinityxtra.com tomorrow between 12PM and 1PM to listen to the segment of Millicent’s podcast, “Success Beyond The Score”, about livestreaming equipment and noise cancellation, which are essential to work as a musician from home and get an income online.
This week, Millicent’s podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ continues on AffinityXtra Radio. The topic of the episodes this time is how to monetize your music online.
‘Gender Disparity in UK Jazz – A discussion’ is the new book by Sammy Stein, in which she provides a clear vision of the current state of the jazz music scene in terms of gender equality. We recommend it to understand the circumstances and be able to think of informed solutions to move forward. You can find it in Kindle at Amazon UK or elsewhere at just £2.00 as an eBook, £15 as a paperback.
There’s a new website that puts together all the resources made by our director Millicent Stephenson to help you out in your music career.
We are proud to present ‘Time for My Music’, the result of months of work that started with Cafemnee’s first online workshop and then grew with the community group that evolved from it. Starting next week, you will be able to join this wonderful platform that offers a space for females in music to connect, share, learn and advance themselves.
Starting today, we are going to make a monthly recap of Millicent’s podcast so newcomers can have a good overview of what has been covered so far, people who dropped the podcast at some point have an easier time coming back, and regular listeners have an index to locate their interests in a faster way.
Have you thought about making a livestream, but you don’t know where to start? Well, in this episode, Millicent walks you through the basic equipment you need and how to use it to get a nice and enjoyable livestream for you and your fans:
We tend to underestimate the effort and skill needed to monetise our content effectively. Where is the line? How to know if online income is really for you? In this episode, Millicent helps you figure that out.
As it was mentioned on the last episode, monetising your online activity requires effort. You must put in the work to position yourself, make contacts and generate opportunities. That might hold you back when thinking on give it a try, but don’t give up just yet: here are five reasons why monetising your music online is worth it.
Nowadays, gigs, physical albums and the likes are not the only way to earn money through music. The online space and market grows and grows, and with this growth come possibilities and challenges in the same proportion.