Getting Noticed.

Getting Noticed.

Getting Noticed.    18:39 on Monday, July 16, 2007          

(81 points)
Posted by ChiSun

Hi. I was just wondering what everyone was doing to get noticed in the music industry. Does anyone know of any singing contests? Thanks in advance.

Re: Getting Noticed.    22:50 on Thursday, August 02, 2007          

(6 points)
Posted by JohnBertolero


Are you an aspiring K-Pop Idol?

Re: Getting Noticed.    23:43 on Thursday, August 02, 2007          

(81 points)
Posted by ChiSun

I wish. I would love nothing more than to do that but things don't really go my way right now, and on top of that, i'm really shy. I was made fun of as a child for a while when I would just sing along to stuff. I don't know if they were being mean because my voice instructor at the time said I was okay. But then again, she might have been being nice. lol. I just now started getting over it and started taking lessons so. I guess you didn't really want to read a story, lol, but anyway, the answer to your question is that I would love to be.

Re: Getting Noticed.    04:43 on Saturday, August 04, 2007          

(44 points)

This is the advice my sister was given: try recording ur own CD. it doesnt have to be ur best work but just showing what you can do. then take it around to some local restaurant and ask them if they'll play it there and you never know who might hear you.

Re: Getting Noticed.    11:19 on Sunday, August 05, 2007          

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Posted by whistlemix

Do you think I can do that with covers? Because I don't write my own songs. It's tedious work. :-)

Re: Getting Noticed.    07:54 on Wednesday, November 14, 2007          

(18 points)
Posted by andymusic01

Getting noticed is a difficult thing to do. You have to try and get above the crowd of other singers that are doing the same thing as you. Having your own songs can help, whether you write your own, or whether you get them from talented songwriters who don't sing themselves A New Song 4U. You have to get some experience under your belt to understand what you sing best, in which style your voice works best then, and to get some live performance work done to conquer any nerves and to give you the confidence to start believing that you should be considered, TO BE NOTICED. Probably the biggest factor is "determination", without which the music business, unless you get lucky really quickly, will wear you out of. You have to be determined to persevere, grab every single opportunity and work as hard as you can towards that goal of getting noticed.
The ultimate in the music business I suppose is the "record deal", well all that really is, is the financial marketing muscle to place you on every tv channel, and web ad, and get your album/single in every shop, so as you sell the product you are selling. The reason for the term 1 million dollar record deal, is the loan you get up front to spend on your advertising which an "ordinary person/singer" couldn't really afford, and turns a great unknown singer with lots of talent from a nobody into a somebody. I wish all singers on this site all the best with there endeavours in the music business


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