There are certain things you need to do if you want to get a musician or recording artist to show interest in your songs. The most important thing is to ensure that the recordings of your songs meet certain standards of quality. Although it helps to be in a major music city (such as Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, London, etc.), you can still get your songs heard no matter where you live. You can get your song heard even if you are in a very remote area, as long as you have access to the Internet.
1. Getting major artists to record your song
There are four people who will have relevant opinions when it comes to the recording of a song: the artist, the album producer, the record company executive, and the manager. They will all contribute their opinions and their points of view on how to approach the songs.
Several factors need to be taken into consideration in order for your song to even be considered for recording. The four people involved will need to consider the following factors:
Whether the song might be a hit for the artist;
Whether the song fits the artist’s style and image;
What the audience will feel about the song, and whether they can relate to the artist.
2. Who are the people who can help you get your songs heard?
We will focus on publishers in this particular section, since the song publisher is the person who gets the biggest cut out of anyone who provides new material for consideration. They usually send new material to all relevant companies that are involved in the music business. Sony, BMG, and Warner Bros. are three of the most powerful and popular recording companies.
If you want to be able to work with a publisher, you need to convince this person that you are able to write top-quality songs. If you want to gain access to a publisher, you need to find a way to get them to check out your material. However, the competition is quite fierce, so make sure you start networking with people who might know a publisher or someone in the music business.
Read the following part: ''How to Get Your Songs Heard? (Part 2)''