Steven Cymatics on Making a Living in Music & Viral Marketing

I sat down with Steven Cymatics, one of the brilliant minds behind the newest and most impressive sample pack / music production resource website, Cymatics.FM. The interview goes beyond simply scratching the surface instead offering an in-depth look at the approach Cymatics.FM has used to grow exponentially, the psychology behind music marketing, and much more.

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What we talk about:

  • Making a career from music, avoiding the ‘touring artist’ mindset
  • Forward thinking music marketing using various techniques
  • Bringing value to colleagues
  • Increasing interest and exposure for your brand
  • How to plan for releasing music
  • Properly investing resources to perfect your art
  • Learning faster using different mediums, mentors, and collaborations

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Cool things mentioned in the episode:

Cymatics on the Web:

The Music Marketing Academy

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Check out Budi Voogt’s Music Marketing Academy and get access to a free video series (includes case study on how Budi took San Holo to over 180,000 followers on Soundcloud).

Note: as a prodcast listener, you’ll also get a free 24-page PDF titled “Understanding the Music Industry” in which you’ll learn about the dynamics of the industry, the importance of booking agents and managers, and more.

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