What To Do When Your Music Is Not Getting Proper Recognition

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Imagine that you are one of those people who have been in the music industry for some time but not many people know who you are and most people have not heard of your work. Isn’t this scenario worse than the worst nightmare you have ever had?So, what can we do if this happens? (Oh, yes! It happens every day to more people than we can ever imagine). The first step is to identify why this is happening and then only you can find the remedy. You cannot cure a disease if you do not know what it is!IdentifyThe most important thing is to identify that people are not listing to your music or are not appreciating your work as they should. Sometimes you may have been too engrossed in your work that you did not notice that you are losing fans.Get feedbackOnce you have found out that there really is a problem, you have to find out the cause. So, do not be shy, ask people why they have stopped listening or why they are giving less importance to your work. You can start by asking from your family and friends and based on their response you can decide on how to get back on the ladder. For example, if they feel that your style is out dated or your equipment are not fancy enough to generate the kind of effect they want, you can check out the latest DJ courses online that will bring your work back on track.

RecordDo some new music and publish them. You do not have to wait for a live performance. Recorded pieces that are published on online platforms will give you an insight as to how much popularity you still have and also to grow your fan base as people who will not normally come to watch a live performance are more likely to be browsing Internet.Be creativeDo not always stick to a style that you are comfortable with; it may bore people. After all, there is so much of everything that a person can bear! Think of new ways of adding some extra flare to your work and do not be shy to enrol yourself at a good DJ school that will fine tune your talents. They are not only for beginners.Never give upIt is easy to give up and find a job that does not require creativity. But if you know that you are good and there are a lot more that you can do for the music industry, do not let a shortcoming stop you altogether. You just have to practice more and may be enhance your knowledge on the latest equipment.