Unlocking the Key to a Successful Release Strategy with Philip Röder
What is up! We are back with an incredible episode and we have Philip Röder from Pick Yourself!
In today’s episode, Philip and I jump into everything you need to develop a successful release strategy. From how many consistent tracks you need before you release, whether or not you should self-release and for how long, and how you should be promoting your music.
Philip is a music marketing wiz so if there is anyone you should be paying attention to, it is 100% him. His roots run deep in the electronic music world and he will surely breathe a breath of fresh air in the world of marketing music.
I strongly suggest you listen all the way up until the end of the episode, that’s where the real juicy tactics are 😉
What You’ll Learn:
- How to strategize your release
- What your release schedule should look like
- Label release vs self-release
- How to promote your tracks
and much more!
6Figure Creative – https://open.spotify.com/show/1ju0nBiNEdG9ZQIFldzW5a
Pick Yourself Framework: FREE guide that helps you finish at least one great-sounding song per month – https://pickyourself.com/framework
Philip’s 1-on-1 Coaching Program – https://pickyourself.com/coaching
Philip’s Mixing & Mastering Studio – https://copilco-productions.com
Philip’s Youtube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/@pickyourselfofficial
Electronic Dance Money Booklist – https://enviousaudio.com/booklist
The Go Giver – https://amzn.to/3pdcmFw
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