It's the sharing that matters in music


Internet sleuth Walt Santner contributes to my initiative to highlight fresh new music blogs with a couple of search tips. Prognotfrog is a blog aggregator which Walt reports has led him to good classical music blogs. Walt also recommends the music blog search engine Captain Crawl (apart from the ads) which I have already noticed sending readers to the path. Thanks Walt: it's the sharing that matters in music, not the money and power.

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Comments

makesumnoise said…
Sharing is important. Or giving a helping hand is, too. You can't get there on your own, I say. But you need people who are aware of that already there to see that. RC does see it. They place people under a mentor in the industry who wants to share their secrets in to the industry. That's how they get your dream job in the industry. http://www.recordingconncetion.com

Thanks for sharing guys!

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