I found a great new tool today. If you ever got stuck for inspiration when needing to create tags, keywords or search terms for your music productions, this is what you need.
If you ever wondered how to make a long list of relevant keywords, keep reading because this will quickly generate all the words you need to find get your music features in search engines.
Click on the link below to use the free tag generator on the AG Soundtrax website.
I have used this tool myself multiple times when trying to think up relevant keywords for my library music which is published on the audiojungle website. After using this tool I have watched hits on my music pages increase dramatically because of the increased traffic driven my more varied keyword density. Try it – you cannot go wrong.
Let me know using the comments option if you find it useful.
Most popular style library music making money
Ever wondered whether you are targeting your music at the right audience or the most popular style library music making money right now?
After pondering whether to take the odd break from my creative masterpieces and aim for some more commercial appeal to make some cash from doing what I love best, I came across this fantastic article which scientifically analyses the highest selling library music tracks to see what style library music makes money.
As a fellow music producer for media, you should find this article quite intriguing.
To summarise the key findings in the article, in case you are short of time: Go for corporate, motivational categories in a key of D major at around 130bpm.
Keep the instrumentation simple and basic – e.g. ukuleles, bells, pianos, guitars and between 2.30 and 3.00 minutes in length.
Here is a link to the research performed by a fellow library music producer, which explains the concept in more detail:
How to write a corporate motivational track that sells
Here is a great site I would like to share with you.
After several hours of trawling the web in search of quality images, which are available for use in our artist websites, I finally ended up with the page below.
I’m sure you will find this recommended link as useful as I did and provide you with free images for music websites created by you.
A lot of the photographs and art used on my website come from here, and you can see that they are of a very professional standard and add a great sense of atmosphere and imagery for the music they have been used to represent.
I hope you find the free resource as useful as I did. Post comments below if you can recommend other useful sites for adding imagery to our productions.