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Marketing for MusiciansThree ways to get in front of more people online and build your own following.We all want to grow our online presence and audience, because let’s face it, if you’ve got a social media channel then you want it to work! Even better… you may want...
Marketing for MusiciansWhen someone gives you their email address, they want to hear from you.This is an excerpt from a conversation James and Ben had about email marketing being the main purpose of your website.MailChimp As mentioned in the video, MailChimp is one of...
Here are our two set ups for classical musicians – a free set up (just requires your phone) and a set up which requires buying a portable recorder.
This month, April 2019, Mill Media Co. is 5 years old. I’ve been reminiscing over the past few years and thought it would be nice to share the story of our journey to where we are now.
If you’re a pianist, considering working with us, then this article is for you! Just some frequently asked questions – if we’ve missed anything, please let us know.
How to rise above the average pianist and help forge your career with the right film media.
Matthieu Bergheau is someone we have been following on Instagram for a while now. His regular posts of him happily playing his grand piano in France had been keeping us entertained and intrigued, so it was a genuine thrill when he got in touch and booked a Mill Session in The Stoller Hall.
Learn how to maximise the effect of your classicla music video. Build suspense and interest before you post and give fans and promoters insight.
What is mastering? Do you need it? Our quick article explains it all and will put your mind at ease and will help you release professional recordings.
With lights in place, cameras and mics primed, we wait for them to be ready. I imagine our artists bring out a handful of magic dust from a small bag, dowse themselves and reappear in the hall, confident, dressed and ready to perform.
If you’ve never been part of a recording session before, then here are a few things to know for when it comes time for you to take the plunge into the realm of recording.
In this article we explain why, as a classical musician looking to gain a following, play more concerts and get the interest of agents and promoters, you most certainly do need a website. And a good one.
During the construction of our studio we took advantage of the chaos, and unexpected natural acoustics, to produce this haunting video of Jordan playing Bach – Cello suite II – d minor – Prelude.
We spent a week in Oslo with Felix and Carla to create a collection of performance films and a documentary about this duo.
A week filming with music festival Chester Performs (renamed StoryHouseLive), featuring Gwilym Simcock, Thomas Gould and Ksenija Sidorova.
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