Q: "Can you elaborate on some of the things you do?"
A: "um, sure! well - I'm just a music maker.
I've been doing it for quite a long time, and I don't intend to give up even though I don't like sending demos to record labels, so that puts me in the position to need to find my own success in the music business as opposed to getting assistance from an established label.
So when I learn something that helps me make substantial progress I occasionally share it on my forum.
When Audiozoo started my aim was to create an opportunity for progress regardless of an artists' skill level, since I could not predict the varying standards of demo submissions.
Artists who I felt were radio-ready would be assisted with Promotion Artists who I felt were not yet radio-ready were assisted with Artist Development. With effort that would only be a temporary setback.
I don't really use the forum that much anymore, but it still exists.
If I meet artists now I still operate with that same procedure, just without the forum.
In my opinion, every artist has a different perspective on what they define as success. Some artists view success as making money off music, while other artists view success as making music at a standard they feel competes with their favourite artists. There are other perspectives too, I'm sure.
What is your perspective on success?
All plans start with having an end-goal in mind, then taking gradual realistically achievable steps towards it."
"My focus is on supporting people who work really hard to put out quality music." Logo by BURDENSEN