Ethan here, from Tonic Audio. 👋 I hope you’re finding yourself in the midst of the magic of making music. I wanted to share some exciting news about our upcoming product roadmap, as I believe you’ll be thrilled with the new features we have in store for you in Tonic Audio! Over the past months, our… Continue reading Product Roadmap Update
We’re excited to announce a new feature that makes it easier for you to share your private songs with a select group of people: private share links! It’s a super-easy way to share your work with a select group of people and get feedback on your music. What You Can Do With Private Share Links… Continue reading Private Share Links Are Here!
Determining whether an audio collaboration is good can be subjective, as it depends on various factors and individual perspectives. However, here are some indicators that can help you assess the quality and success of your collaboration: 1. Musical Outcome: Evaluate the final musical product. Does it meet your expectations and the goals you set for… Continue reading How Do I Tell If My Collaboration Is Good?
The psychology of releasing music, or any audio collaboration, is a complex and multifaceted topic. There are many factors that can influence how an artist feels about releasing their music, including their own personal history, their relationship with their audience, and the current state of the music industry. For some artists, releasing music can be… Continue reading The Psychology Of Releasing Music
Let me introduce you to our newest feature: Communities. Communities allows you to find like-minded folks, hang with them in channels, and collaborate remotely. The process works seamlessly inside of the channels themselves–using our cloud storage and workflow tools.
Having a background as an artist, it has been important for me to actively create the kinds of communities that I would want to be a part of as an artist. And as a company, to utilize tools and resources that added value to artists. Our publication, Alchemical Records, joined Submithub in 2019, mostly in… Continue reading 3 Keys to Improving Submissions on Submithub
It’s easy to get in our own heads as musicians. We can obsess over our gear, our marketing efforts, our touring schedules, and all that jazz. Being alone in our heads can lead to burnout, and worst of all a lack of forwarding movement in our careers. What we often fail to remember is that… Continue reading 5 Ways Collaboration Can Launch 🚀 Your Music Career
In our previous post, we talked about some ways to learn how to ask for song feedback in a way that gives you the most bang for your buck. In this post, we’ll get into how to give good feedback. Both skills are important to have if you’re going to make the most of collaborating… Continue reading How To Give Quality Song Feedback
Here at Tonic Audio Labs, we’re pretty passionate about helping music creators all around the world to create more music and better music. Among the tools we’ve built to support this endeavor, we want to dig in on the issue of asking for quality feedback for your songs. This is the start of a series… Continue reading How to Ask for Quality Song Feedback
You don’t have to be a pro to give good music feedback, but it does require some thought. There are forums after forums centered on giving and receiving others’ thoughts on your music. Yet, a high-quality review is hard to find! With so many musicians these days, this is a problem that has to be… Continue reading The recipe for quality music feedback