DistroKid Can Now Get Your Lyrics Into Stores – DistroKid News

When a listener can read along with the lyrics, she’s less likely to skip around from song to song, artist to artist. Listeners slow down. And they form a deeper connection with the music. With the transition from CDs to streaming, what we’ve gained in convenience we’ve lost in immersion. Lyrics, artwork, and CD booklets …

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How To Overcome Vocal Fatigue Before a Recording Session

How To Overcome Vocal Fatigue Before a Recording Session

[Editors Note: This article was written by Gavin Whitner and originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog.] Vocal fatigue is one of the most compromising conditions a singer or vocalist can face, and when it comes to recording, anything less than your best performance just won’t do. Some describe vocalists and singers as athletes, and you …

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Send Your Credits & Liner Notes To Streaming Services — Only With DistroKid

Beginning today, DistroKid artists can send song credits & liner notes to streaming services. This is an amazing service that is only available to DistroKid and our members. No other distributor offers it. So if you’re using a different distributor, click here for a 20% discount and switch to DistroKid today. Background If you’re a …

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Experience the Miraculous Effects of Music

Music can be defined as an art of sound that expresses feelings, emotions, and ideas. It can be presented through the elements of rhythm, melody, and harmony through various instruments and voices. It is a way to express one’s feeling through various instruments and lyrics. One cannot imagine a life without music. Listening to music …

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Introducing “Synchronized Global Release,” a new feature from DistroKid

Let’s say you upload a new single to DistroKid. And you’ve set the release date to one-week in the future. Then on your release date you tell everyone: “My new single just dropped — listen now on Spotify!“ But wait, there’s a problem. Streaming services release new music in each country according to its timezone. So if …

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