The moment you’ve been waiting for…
As a music creative, your ultimate goal is to create music that can land you at the top of the charts so you can:
1. Make enough money to quit your 9 to 5 job that you hate.
2. Work with some of the biggest artists in the industry.
3. Spread your music around the world so listeners get to know you, your life, and experiences.
But how do you get to the top of the charts?
Start by watching the video below.
Afterward, I’ll point out a key element that led to me receiving my first Platinum-Selling record.
Ralph Murphy makes many valid points in his research of the past number one songs in the country, my favorite being the use of the pronoun “You,” making the song more relatable to the listener.
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I used this exact approach to write two of the biggest songs in my career. One became a platinum record and the other was used in a trailer for the highest grossing animated film franchise in history.
Now that you understand what it takes to write a hit, the next step is to create a great song demo to use as an example of what this song will sound like being performed by a major artist.
To make sure you create the best demo possible, I’ve put together a 5-Step-Guide to Song Demos. Click here to get access.
This step is the key to opening the doors of your music career and can literally change your life if done correctly. Rather you’re a songwriter or music producer, you’re going to need a demo to shop around for placement opportunities with companies like major labels and music publishers.
The better you can paint the picture, the better your odds are of getting your song placed and money in your pocket.
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