3. There'll be no second chance to make first impression
There's an illusion that a label could pick you up "naked and barefoot" and convert you into a great musician. But, unfortunately, this is not the case. The artist should strike out a line of his own. The label may improve or put on the right track at most, but no one will start from scratch. This is not a production center.
Your page in social networks should be well designed. You have to demonstrate your good taste even before auditing. The best option to send the demo is a private link to any service where online auditing is possible. In this case, your uploads will not be public and you will not have to attach audio files to the e-mail message.
It may sound ironic, but prior to referring to a label you should already have a fan base. The label is a business. No businessman will invest in nothing. Now, the labels often choose an option: "Score a certain number of views on YouTube and we will contact you". You can choose your own tactics of obtaining a fan base. But it is clear that your "portfolio" should provide a quality content.
If you eventually succeed to sign with a label, make sure you know which restrictions the label imposes on the usage of your music. We offer your music promotion in HoReCa and Retail segments in the territories of Ukraine, Russia, Poland and other countries of Europe and the world.
So, if you want your music to be played in small stores, shopping centers, restaurants, coffee shops, hotels and other of our clients' places, sign up
to our ExpertMusic portal.
Later this year, we are launching a production portal where we will sell your music licenses for its usage in movies, ads, internet videos, TV broadcasts and games, where the usage details as well as desired countries/territories could be selected individually for an every single composition.
Looking forward to work with you,