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Write your own page in Record-Producer.com - tell us about what you do as a producer!

You produce music? Right? Then you need to tell the world about what you do. The world won't come to you. New from Record-Producer.com is our 'Producer Page' - you can upload your own article, with a photograph and audio file. Thousands of people visit this site every day. They could be reading about YOU!

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No matter how good your music is, you can't succeed without promotion. You need to promote in every way you can think of.

If you produce music, whether your own or other people's, then you can now write about what you do in Audio Masterclass

Simply write 300-700 words about what you do, prepare a photograph and an .mp3 audio file, then upload it to Audio Masterclass here.

Since this is a new feature, you won't see many submissions yet. Yours will stand out simply by being among the first. You can see your submission, and others, on our Producer Page.

Later on, we plan on having a voting system where the most popular work is promoted prominently, in the website and the Audio Masterclass Newsletter.

You can't buy publicity like this. And here, it's free.

So what are you waiting for - get your photograph and audio file organized, get writing and upload!

Don't forget that a good summary description is essential - this is what search engines will use to find you.

Get going now, here...

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By David Mellor Tuesday May 16, 2006
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