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A List of Free VST Sites

I’ve been storing a list of websites where you can download a large number of free VSTs to play around with VSTs . Its not a complete list, but the amount of VSTs that are on all these sites combined should be enough to keep you pre-occupied for quite a

Promote your music online

So over the last few weeks and months, I’ve been looking into ways to market myself and my music, without spending a penny. The internet being the internet, theres plenty of places out there which will happily promote your music for you, or will allow you to upload your music

Selling Music Online – The Stock Audio Market

If you like this article, check out: “The Business of Music Licensing – Generating Revenue Through Your Music“. My beginnings in the “music industry” were when a friend recommended a site to me called Audiojungle. I had just finished college, and wasn’t any good at music technology (ie. recording music),

Composing while having a full time job

Recently I’ve been having a really hard time trying to find time to compose, run this site, and work a full time job 40hrs a week. At the moment, I’m working on about 3 projects for people – a soundtrack for an oriental animation, a soundtrack for a 10 minute

Composer Interview – Kevin Riepl

Do you have any formal musical training? Well if by formal training you mean the 4 or more years of school at a conservatory or any degree in music, then no. I am also not 100% self taught either. I have had many a teachers of the years and a

Composer Interview – Deane Ogden

Do you have any formal musical training? I began studying music formally when I was still in grade school – when I was about seven years old. I studied percussion privately with two amazing instructors, Ron Leach and Randall Larson, and learned to read and write music at that time.

Composer Interview – Rob Gokee

Do you have any formal musical training? I first learned guitar when I was a teen, and taught myself by ear. When I got to college, I took classical guitar lessons and theory, most of which was at the University of New Mexico. Most of my knowledge in scoring for

Film and Game Composers

www.FilmandGameComposers.com offers a wide range of interviews, reviews, guides and tutorials for composers and musicians who are interested in writing music for film, TV and video games.

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