Middle Class Musician podcast

Middle Class Musician

Nashville For Hire

Candid conversations with the working force of the music industry. This Nashville based podcast explores what it really looks like to make a living in one of the fastest changing industries in the world. Hosted by singer/songwriter and Nashville For Hire founder: Andrew Galucki

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    How to harness the power of "baby steps" to grow your music career | with Seth Mosley

    1:08:26

    Figuring out a direction for your music career can be tricky. Unlike many "traditional" jobs, you don't always know what a clear path to success looks like in music. That's why Seth Mosley (and the rest of the crew at Full Circle Music) created a roadmap for artists, broken into "baby steps". We wanted to have Seth on the podcast to talk about his journey in music and to share his advice for artists looking to make a career of their passion. Topics we hit on in the conversation: the dangers of jumping full time into music before you're ready why most artists search out record deals at the wrong point in their career how to use altruism to create better music why he decided to come off the road and dive fully into the production and business side of music why he cofounded Full Circle Music why you shouldn't try to do it all at the same time (how to harness the power of "baby steps" instead)     Get access to a free resource from Seth: fullcirclemusic.com/pro   This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm  
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    How to Play Music with others Online in Real Time (without latency getting in the way) | with Mike Dickey

    51:19

    Have you ever tried to play music in real time with others over a zoom call?  If so, you probably quickly found that latency (the delay between the time you play a note and they hear you and vice versa) made that task all but impossible.  Today's guest, Mike Dickey, solved this problem and we wanted to get him on the podcast to share the amazing implications this has for the future of online collaboration.  We talk about:  How and why Mike created a device that allows you to play music with others with no noticeable latency What really is latency? And what causes it? How latency happens even when you're "in person" Why the question of latency is more complicated than just internet speeds How Mike sees this tool and technology being used in the future music industry how to get started using this new tool / technology  Find Mike Online:  https://www.jacktrip.org/ This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm
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    Is Immersive Audio the future of mixing? | with Webster Tileston

    1:07:55

    When Webster Tileston first heard about Dolby Atmos (also known as "Immersive Audio") he was fascinated as an audio engineer... but ultimately he assumed it would soon pass along like many other audio trends. But when word that Apple Music, TIDAL and many others were interested in adding Dolby Atmos streaming to their platforms, he took a second look.  Now Webster and his business partner run a Dolby Atmos Enabled Mixing and Mastering Group in Nashville and he took the time to sit down with us and explain what you need to know about this new exciting technology.  Find Webster Online:  https://axis.audio/ This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm
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    A New Way to Network as a Songwriter w/ Kevin McCarty & Richard Casper

    46:55

    Many have said that finding the right songwriting partner is very similar to the process of finding a romantic partner. So what if we could use an app to find fellow songwriters simply by swiping? That's what Richard Casper and Kevin McCarty bet on when they created We Should Write Sometime - an app referred to as "tinder" for songwriters. On today's episode, I chat with them about this game-changing app and the many implications for songwriters and artists all across the globe.    Download the app: https://weshouldwritesometime.com/ This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm  
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    What is the role of an artist in 2021? | with Stephen Day

    1:20:07

    This episode we sit down to talk with Stephen Day about his new album, "The Shapes I'm In". Our conversation covers:  the scattered nature of our digital lives affecting the art we create the differences in self producing verses the traditional studio workflow how Covid led him to find the "why" behind being an artist why he thinks it is important to put yourself fully into the work you create how to explore multiple genres while keeping an album cohesive Listen to "The Shapes I'm In": https://stephenday.lnk.to/theshapesimin Check out Stephen on tour this fall: http://stephenday.org/tour @heystephenday This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm  
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    Is the #grind killing your creativity? w/ Ryan Waczek

    1:07:05

    These days, terms like “hustle culture” and “the grind” are being thrown all the time. But are these concepts helping or hurting your creative output?  Host Andrew Galucki and this week’s guest Ryan Waczek explore the dark side of “hustling” and how it may be hurting your creative process.  Recording music? Get professional remote music services at discounted rates: https://www.nashvilleforhire.com/pro Find Ryan Online:  Ryan's Music Indie Music Academy Youtube
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    How to Create an Album During a Pandemic | with Vian Izak

    1:41:55

    How do you stay creative during super stressful times?  Vian Izak did just that and created an album in one of the most stressful years... well, ever.  Our conversation covers: collaboration vs working alone the art of creating a purpose for an album the importance of holding your vision loosely to allow the project to find its own voice how to take advantage of remote collaboration to take your music to new levels  how to stay creative during stressful times  and a LOT more (seriously, it's a great conversation)   --- Hire professional music services remotely for less: nashvilleforhire.com/pro   --- Listen to Flight of the Aeronaut Find Vian online:  vianizak.com  vohnicmusic.com  Itheairecords.com
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    How to Cowrite Songs When You're Not in the Same Room | with Bryce Cain

    1:00:34

    Covid got you thinking about new ways to cowrite songs? Today we dive deep into the process of cowriting a song when you're not in the same room as your cowriter. Here to share his experiences with us is longtime friend of the show, Bryce Cain. We cover:  We cover topics like the necessity of vision for a cowrite Must have tech tools going into a cowrite  The importance of creative constraints  The pros and cons of remote vs being in the same room  The inherent vulnerability of cowriting  Why setting the “vibe” for a cowrite matters What you should come to a cowrite with (creatively speaking)  And a lot more.  Start cowriting new songs today by booking Songwriting Sessions with your PRO Membership: www.nashvilleforhire.com/pro   Find Bryce on the interwebs:  brycecain.com @kid.elliot   
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    This will help you create more music

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    Have you ever put a music project on hold because of the cost of hiring music services?  Then this announcement is for you.  Learn more: www.nashvilleforhire.com/pro
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    Serve the Song, Not Your Ego | w/ Kyle May

    1:30:07

    This week's guest: Kyle May.  Kyle is a drummer and producer who has worked with artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lynyrd Skynyrd and appeared on shows like Good Morning America, CMT and the Today Show. We cover: how he's adapted to COVID as a musician who relied heavily on touring income how to get the most of hiring a drummer remotely the importance of serving the song and not your own ego how to stay excited about songs that you play night after night the importance of knowing your limits how Play Along Tracks can improve your playing and enhance your practice routine the future of "live only" drummers and much more.    Check out Kyle's Play Along Tracks:  http://kylewmay.com/play-along-tracks   Where to find Kyle:  http://kylewmay.com/ @kylewmay  youtube.com/user/kylemay13   Learn how to leverage Music Licensing as an artist: http://nashvilleforhire.com/licensing  

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