How your fans can contribute to the music making process

News: 31st August 2016 by Louise Dodgson under Recording & Production

Getting interactive with your fans can be a great tool for so many things - promoting new releases, gigs and tours, getting feedback on what merch they prefer - but have you ever thought about getting their opinion on your music? 

This article suggests some interesting ways you can optimise on what people like, or investigate what others don't like, about your music. Will your fans be critical and honest with you? Your fans can act as a great sounding board for new ideas and a way to test out new paths. Have a read via the link below & let us know your thoughts. Could this be a useful appraoch to your music? Or do you feel that thinking about what others like too much will disrupt and dilute the creative expression?

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