Why I think chip music artists don't get gigs (and how to fix it)

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February 28, 2012 at 3:57 pm #4382
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ive played a lot of open mic nights at bars and had a great response. i already have paper handout tags with some pixel art and my links and qr codes and those have done extraordinarily well. collaborative works with other instruments have also gotten great responses. there is some great info in this post and i agree with everything you say here. im going to try to upload my “business card” with this post for all to see :) thanks for posting this!

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March 4, 2012 at 7:34 am #4473
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Also, to offer a different perspective, you don’t actually have to play shows at all. It’s fine to just be a bedroom producer, and not to get yourself out into venues. There are plenty of ways to make a name for yourself online.

March 4, 2012 at 7:49 am #4475
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I do not think anyone is disputing whether or not bedroom production, and online presence is a bad/good thing.

I guess its just a matter of preference. Sure you can get your self a name by releasing a few crazy albums online, but some people might prefer being known for putting on crazy shows…

hahaha, Web shows are deffo the happy medium.

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