Feedback on your music from our DIY Doctor!

News: 3rd May 2013 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers, Creative & Branding, Finance, Law & Music Business, Live, Media, Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers, Record Labels, Recording & Production, Selling & Distributing Your Music

The Unsigned Guide has many marvellous features, and perhaps one of the most popular is our DIY Doctor service. Our members with annual membership can benefit from a bespoke assessment of one track of their choice by our resident ‘DIY Doctor’. The doctor has a wealth of experience in A&R, gig & festival promotion, project management, and music journalism, working over the past decade with unsigned artists of all genres. 
So if you’ve got a track that you think the world should hear, or a new direction you’re dying to get feedback on, subscribe now for our annual package. Once you do, we’ll give you details of where to send the track to. So what are you waiting for...sign up now!
An annual subscription to The Unsigned Guide costs £29.99 and will give you access to our mammoth directory of over 8,750 UK music industry contacts, loads of informative blogs, advice and reports about building a career in the music business, exclusive discounts and money-saving offers on recording sessions, photo shoots, merchandise and loads more, plus the opportunity to submit your music to us for inclusion in our monthly Spotlight blog championing the best of our members' music to the wider music industry.
If you've currently have an annual subscription with us and haven't yet taken advantage of your DIY Doctor demo check-up, then just drop us a line and make sure you don't miss out. 

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