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Drooble Public Product Roadmap

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As a company, we have been lucky enough to have built one of the most open, active and supportive communities we have ever seen! People who believe in what we do and are ready to give us a helping hand to improve. And this happens mostly with constructive feedback and ideas we get all the time in any form – posts, comments, emails, etc. We have received hundreds of messages from people giving suggestions on how to make Drooble better.…

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The Musician’s Self-assessment Checklist

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You’re about to send your music on its most important mission – to conquer the hearts and minds of listeners all around the globe. You’ve spent hours writing, recording, mixing and practicing it but before seeing what fans and critics from all kinds of backgrounds and tastes have to say about your work it might be a great idea to look at it from a few more angles. We present you The Musician’s Self-Assessment Checklist. 1. Let it sit for…

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Everyone Wins with Drooble at The International Songwriting Competition 2018

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This year’s edition of The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is going to be huge and you have only a couple of days to submit your track! The already extended deadline for ISC 2018 is November 5 and it’s your chance to enter the competition and have your music heard by world-acclaimed artists and top tier industry professionals. The ISC is open to both amateur and professional songwriters, if you’ve already applied with some of your tracks you can use this…

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A Guide to Reviewing Music

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How to offer constructive feedback and bring someone’s music to the next level? In our times of information overflow, more and more opinion makers are trying to convince us reviewing music is becoming a forgotten art. With basically every release available for full digital stream the second it’s released, people can make their own mind without having to rely on somebody else’s expertise. So why should you learn how to give feedback to somebody else’s music? It’s a simple answer.…