Is Your Music for Everyone?

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Liner Notes May 20, 2014

There are over 7 billion people in the world. Is your music perfect for all of them?

Michael Jackson, Jesus Christ and Elvis all are super-popular figures in our culture. What can their success/failure teach you about your music career?

Who is your music for? Chime in below…

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Niklas J. Blixt
Niklas J. Blixt

You're on to something here! In sales you talk about a product's or service's UPS, that stands for Unique Selling Point if you didn't knew that already. As you pointed out in your video you can't make music for everybody. You need to find the USP for your music. It also goes further than just your bands music. I'm a session drummer and music producer, and although I love all kinds of music and I love to play a wide variety of genres. I cannot learn and do every genre, I have to narrow it down. For example I decided a while back that I'm note going to play double pedal, because I don't enjoy playing genres that requires double pedal playing as much as other genres. The bottom line is you'll have to find an USP about your act, no matter if your a band or session musician or whatever, and focus on that. You'll need to find a way to communicate your USP to your fans!

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