The Best Music Software: Zune Or Itunes?

Jan Davis Guitar is spreading a warning to ALL independent music artists, writers, publishers, musicians, bands and groups. How does he know it’s the beginning of the end? (Because he does). Jan knows it has begun, and unless an act of God or Congress occurs, music hopefuls have little or NO chance of making it big, or even a little, in the music industry.

But if it is true that music download can be beneficial for an artist, sometimes it can also be harmful, speaking about profits of course. And this loss of money in general happens to already famous artists. People download their songs from the Internet because they already know that singer and because they like him/her.

Another way to download songs for your iPhone with lesser expenses is via mainstream services such as HMV and iTunes. Although you have to pay per download, these services offer a huge library of quality songs. In fact, there are millions of songs in their music library. They also have superb audio quality to boot.

1)Unlimited Media Access: this is a quality music download site where you get unlimited download access. You also get reasonable quality of music at reasonable price. For yearly subscription, you need to pay $29.88. There are no download fees and no charge per song. The spyware and adware free download is possible here. You also get a CD or DVD burning software here. With 56 days money back guarantee, you avail 24 hour helpline at Unlimited Media Access.

Make sure your presentation is polished and looks immaculate. Cheap looking CD covers and notes written on the back of a bar mat from an emerging artist will not do! Although you don’t need to spend a fortune on high end packaging, making sure your work is presented well is also important. Present it with care and attention to detail, for example, no spelling mistakes! It would amaze you how many bands make this simple mistake; you are sending your work to a writer, grammar and spelling mistakes are the first things they will spot.

It was only a few years back that legal online music became available to use. Many folks are aware of sites like iTunes and Amazon, but it is just the tip of the iceberg. There are many other music stores where you can download unlimited music easily. These are direct distribution channels of music record companies or have obtained the permission and rights from the music companies to sell music through their websites. Just to quote a few examples, there is Bleep which distributes music from Warp records, offering a wide range of electronic and indie metrolagu. Connect, which is Sony’s in house pay-per-track music service carries music from all the major record labels. EMusic is a global music subscription service where you can download up to 40 songs per month at a price of $9.99 per month.

You get access for a one time fee. Unlimited lifetime free psp music downloads will usually be around the $40 mark. Some of these sites provide virus software and also offer a money back guarantee.

So we can’t all be making loads of money from our music but you could be missing out on some moneys you are due. You could actually make quite a bit of money from your music. I have only shared a few avenues of revenue I know of and reap rewards from making my creative music. It can be straightforward and could be a surprising amount. More advice and information can be found at PRS for Music, PPL and Sentric Music websites and a thorough search engine search.