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How to Get Noticed As a Singer

Three Parts:

Becoming a famous singer or musician is not an easy task, but it certainly can be done! It takes talent, perseverance, positivity, and sometimes, a whole lot of luck. The key to making it big is being heard by the right people at the right time, because those people, such as record label executives, can help get your songs out there, but the trick is getting them to hear you first. There are tons of aspiring artists and musicians out there, and while not everyone will make it big, it is possible to get yourself noticed.

Steps

Inventing Yourself

  1. Practice and train.To get noticed and make it big as a singer, you must practice as much as possible, the same way that professional athletes train all the time, and the same way that musicians practice their instruments constantly. After all, when you're a singer, your voice is your instrument, and you need to be proficient with it!
    • Even if you're already an excellent singer, take vocal lessons. A singing instructor can teach you how to project and protect your voice, to practice properly, and to expand your vocal range, as well as show you new techniques.
  2. Develop a distinctive sound.Getting noticed in the music industry isn't easy, but it will help if you have a different sound—something that hasn’t already been done by a hundred other singers—to catch people’s attention.
    • You can develop a distinctive sound by having a unique voice, playing with an exotic accompanying instrument, using different vocal or production effects, or doing something else to set your sound apart.
    • Instead of trying to sound like your influences, add your own personal style to your voice and your music. Don’t be afraid to express yourself.
  3. Create an image for yourself.Singers are artists and performers, and one component of that performance should be a unique look and style that helps define you and make you memorable.This style should complement your distinctive sound, but the important thing is feeling comfortable with yourself.
    • For instance, if you aren't comfortable wearing a full spandex suit in neon green, don’t do it just to gain attention. Your performance will be affected if you aren't comfortable with the way you look and feel.
    • Kiss is a great example of a band that made a very unique look for themselves to help promote their music. In fact, the style they created was so successful that even people who have never heard their music can identify the band by their costumes and makeup.
  4. Have the right attitude.The road to success in the music industry is a long and hard one, and it takes positivity, persistence, and determination to make it. You must believe in yourself and have confidence in your own talent,otherwise you'll never find the courage to get on stage, contact an agent, or send out your demo.
    • Being able to ignore detractors can be just as important as having a positive attitude. Especially in today’s connected world of social media, comment sections, and Internet trolls, there will always be people who have negative things to say, and you will have to learn to ignore them.

Getting Yourself Heard

  1. Play local gigs.Playing gigs or shows will get your music heard, help you create a local fan base, and help you create a name for yourself.Gigs come in all shapes and sizes, and when you're first starting out, any bit of exposure you get is a bonus. You can play at gigs and events such as:
    • Charity events
    • Local sports games
    • Bars, clubs, lounges, and coffee shops
    • Weddings and parties
    • Concerts, exhibitions, and battle of the bands nights
  2. Make a record.One of the first major milestones of all bands or singers is the recording of their first demo song or album. A demo is something that you can distribute far and wide, sell at gigs, and use to promote yourself and your music.
    • There are thousands of independent and local recording studios out there you can use to record a single or a few tracks, and you might be surprised to find that there's even one in your town. A quick Internet search should give you an idea of where to go to record some music.
  3. Find your niche audience.In order to do this, you need an idea of what genre of music you play. think about what musicians inspired you, what other musicians you sound similar to, and what kind of people your music might appeal to.
    • Knowing your sound is important because it can help you direct your music at your target audience. For instance, if you're a rapper, you might want to consider booking yourself a gig at a local poetry slam rather than at a country bar.
    • Understanding your audience can also help you when you want to stand out in a crowd. For example, if you know your music appeals to cat lovers for some reason, you could book yourself a show at a local animal shelter fundraiser.

Reaching Out to Others

  1. Get your music online.This is an absolute must in the modern world of new music. More and more often, it’s YouTube, Facebook, and other social media and networking sites that are responsible for musical fame,rather than the traditional record label. If you want to reach more people, use the Internet to distribute your own music.
  2. Send out your demo.Traditionally, one of the best ways to get discovered in the music industry was to send your demo to as many people as possible. While this may no longer be the ultimate way to get recognized as a singer, it is still an important step. If you're sending out physical copies, be sure to write your contact info directly on each CD. Send your demo to:
    • Blogs and music reviewers
    • Record producers and executives
    • Band managers who work with acts similar to yours
  3. Get an agent.Agents are great resources because of the connections they have, their ability to negotiate, and their experience in the music industry. It’s not essential to have an agent, but having one can afford you a certain level of protection, takes some pressure off you (because they can take care of bookings on your behalf), and gives you a certain level of professionalism.
  4. Get airplay for your music.this includes sending your music to local radio stations, college and university radio stations, and web radio stations.
    • When you send your music, be sure to address specific DJs, presenters, and show producers.
    • Try to target specialty shows and stations that might be more open to independent acts.
  5. Collaborate with other artists.Working on projects with other artists is a great way to open yourself up to a new audience and get yourself heard by new groups of people. Work with artists who also have established fan bases, and that way you'll get your name out there faster.
    • Don’t just focus on musical artists when you're considering a collaboration. Artistic crossover can happen with dancers, visual artists, poets, and filmmakers, and this can give you an even larger audience.

Community Q&A

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  • Question
    How can i get and adition and i am only 13
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Tell your parents that you want to pursue a career in music. Start by taking music and vocal lessons, and practice as much as you can. Ask your parents to help you set up a YouTube channel for yourself, and use that to start getting your music out there. Record yourself playing for friends, family, or just in your room, and upload the recordings to your channel. Once you're comfortable singing and performing, talk to your parents about different opportunities you can explore.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I'm only 11, but I want to become famous. It's just that I'm a little shy about my singing. How can I put myself out there?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You can first do covers and post them online. Then, work your way toward singing in front of small audiences made up of people you are close to. You can move on to bigger and more mixed groups from there, as you build your skill and comfort levels.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How can I get better at singing?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    This is basic, but if you practice, you'll definitely get better. Just sing randomly and maybe even record yourself sometimes, and if that doesn't work, ask someone you know who sings very well for some tips.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    What can I do if my family thinks I'm too young to pursue singing?
    Lord_Tommo
    Community Answer
    If you are passionate about it, wait until you are 14 because you are technically unable to get a job until then. If you are persistent, they will see how much this music career means to you. They are only trying to protect you as goals and plans can change as you age.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I become noticed on Instagram?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Post frequently with hashtags. Try to get people to shout you out. Be friendly if people ask about you, and say you want to be a singer.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I've always wanted to become a famous singer, but I'm only 11! How can I pursue this dream of mine?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Become a real singer first. Learn your trade, learn how to breathe and train your body. Sing everywhere you can - try out for school and community musicals and talent shows, and anywhere else you can.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    My daughter is 13. She has a great voice, performs at charity and school events, but she's never had a voice lesson. How can I get her to the next level? Where can I find a coach?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    If by next level you mean professional level, you'll want to find a good agent who specializes in singing. As for the vocal coach, just go online. Most performing arts schools will offer a free taster lesson to see if your daughter likes it before making you pay.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I stop people from stealing my music?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Copyright. That way, you can initiate legal action if anyone does steal it.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I am only 9, which is very young. I have wanted to be a singer since I was 7, but I'm a little shy. How do I get out there and be noticed?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    No age is too young, start by asking around for parties to sing at, especially Christmas parties. No offense, but I bet you still have the cute factor going for you; just ask people really adorably and I bet they can't say no.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    How do I get noticed?
    Community Answer
    There are many options such as making a YouTube channel or singing in a park. You should probably start with covering a couple popular songs you enjoy. Then as you progress and start getting more viewers, start the originals. Make sure you put a lot of work into you songs/videos. You will easily get noticed.
    Thanks!
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