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News: Music Portal Launches Indie Artist Management|
Posted on Tuesday, May 03, 2011 @ 09:40:10 UTC
Topic: Industry News
Unsigned recording artists have more production and promotional tools available to them today than ever before. With some basic software and a few clicks of a mouse, artists can produce original songs, distribute them to iTunes(tm), and pitch them to music supervisors without any record label support. Despite these tools, the most common questions artists ask at music conferences are, "What should I do next?" and "How do I get more out of my music career?" |
Enter Noisy Planet (http://www.noisyplanet.net), winner "Best Music Business Website 2009" in the Independent Music Awards. Noisy Planetís management team announced that it is launching its own unique flavor of artist management and music career coaching services. Noisy Planet founder and president, Kevin Petersen, proclaims, "We're offering rock star treatment to indie artists without the high cost of traditional management."
Noisy Planet's Virtual Manager(tm) service gives artists online management services backed by music career coaching from industry pros. Based on individual goals, Noisy Planet gives each artist a checklist of practical steps to follow in order achieve success with greater efficiency. Artists can turn to Noisy Planet for help and coaching, and then track their progress online. Whether they're working to build a local fan base or take their show on the road, Noisy Planet will help artists get from point A to point B.
Petersen goes on to say, "We want every unsigned artist to know that even though you're independent, you are not alone. Noisy Planet is on your side."
For more information on Noisy Planet and its Virtual Manager(tm) service, check out http://www.noisyplanet.net and http://www.noisyplanet.net/artistsignup.aspx
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