#210 – Reducing the Risk of the Music Business

Getting into the music business is not easy. It’s competitive, crowded, and the success of making it a career can be challenging on a good day. Factor in those players who say they can “guarantee” you that success for a fee, and all of a sudden things get really complicated… and potentially expensive without much to show for all of your hard work.

Enter Vinny Ribas, who is the founder and CEO of Indie Connect. He’s recently created a new platform called “Cartne”, which as it develops and evolves, will hopefully take out some of the guesswork of what works, and what doesn’t, and help you avoid the perils and pitfalls of the music industry.

Cartne is a program which once fully operational will provide nearly 100 online videos and courses from some of the top industry experts on what to look for, how to avoid scams, and minimize the mistakes others before you have made in their careers.

Currently in its Beta testing, Ribas is seeking out interested industry leaders, musicians, songwriters, and anyone involved in the music business to share their stories, creating a library of knowledge for those willing to learn more about the right way of doing business… reducing the risk, and taking the mystery out of the music industry.

www.cartne.com

www.indieconnect.com

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