I want to play my music to people, not put it on the internet.
But that’s not always easy.
The biggest obstacle I faced as a music publisher was the fact that my songs were not yet being played in a mainstream context.
I had to find a way to make them accessible to mainstream audiences.
In the early 2000s, when my son was born, I had a big dream of putting out an album of songs for his birthday party.
I wanted him to get to know his parents, and I wanted to make sure that his friends and family were as excited as he was about seeing the album.
The album was never released.
When I was about seven years old, my parents divorced.
I moved to California and started a record label.
The album came out in 2005.
But it didn’t do very well, and it didn, by and large, go viral.
I remember my mother coming home from work one day and saying, “You’re gonna have to put the album out,” and then the label said, “Sorry, we didn’t get the money for the record.”
And she was like, “I know, but it’s so good that you’re gonna get the album.”
So, I put the record out.
I was lucky.
It was not a great album, but I got to see my son grow up and have his first birthday with his mom and his sister.
It didn’t take long for me to find out that the internet had taken over.
The internet had replaced the print medium and it was not as simple as it had been before.
I still had a lot of work to do to get the book out, and then I found out that I couldn’t release it on iTunes because of copyright infringement, but that’s a story for another day.
So, a couple years later, I got a call from the Internet Archive.
I asked them if they had any songs from my old label.
They said, yes, they had.
And I was so proud of the album that I just took it to the Internet Archives and put out it.
It was a huge leap for me because it meant that people could now enjoy my songs on the web without having to pay for music rights.
I didn’t know what to expect, but after the first few days of releasing it on Amazon, I was able to get people to pay a little more money to have the song on the Amazon store.
I just thought, This is going to be really big.
So, I set a goal for myself, which was to have at least 20,000 hits.
At the time, there were a lot more people than people who could afford to buy music.
So I was very lucky to have a good audience to support me.
And after a couple of months of success, I thought, I’ll do it again and see if I can get the 25,000-hit mark, because that’s the point where the copyright protection expires.
I started to look for other ways to reach people who had never heard of the song.
One of the ways was to put a song on my website.
My website is called MyMusic.com.
I make a lot out of putting songs on my site, but my goal is to reach a wide audience, and that means I put a lot on my blog, so I’ve had a huge success.
I thought it would be a good way to build the momentum for my album and to create some more awareness of my career.
I did the math.
If I sold 20,00 hits per day, that’s what it would take to reach 25,001 hits a day.
That’s pretty impressive.
I think there’s a lot to be learned from this, because I learned a lot about what to do when I was going to put my music out on the Internet.
It’s easy to get lost in the flow of it, and you can’t really focus on the music, so you end up making a lot and then you can forget about it.
But that was my goal, to make the music available to people.
It took a lot for me, but now I’ve learned the lesson that you need to be creative with the timing of your release, and make sure you do the right things in the right places.
I want people to enjoy my music and be proud of it.