Welcome to the online Musicians magazine focusing on working Artist and Band information.
Looking for someone to fill out your band? Want to showcase your skills?
come and visit The Artist Exchange. You might
find what you are looking for.
Many of the pages are indented so that you can print these pages off and punch holes on the left side of them, making it easier to place them in a notebook for further reference. Thanks for making this request!!
Artist ExchangeWe offer a service to help singers/musicians/artists find other singers/musicians/artists out on the Internet. If you are looking for someone, you can place an online ad or list yourself and give the world a chance to find you. You can be listed for free for a 90 day period (you can re-submit as often as you want, still free). If you want to include a sound clip and photo, it costs $10.00 per 90 days. The photo can be up to 30,000 bytes in size and soundclip (in WAV or MP3 format) up to 500K bytes. If you would like to look up musicians, or place an ad, please head over to The Artist Exchange.
Have a Music related book to sell?If you have authored a book about music, singing, playing out, mastering a demo/CD/other or the music industry and would like to advertise it here, please contact the webmaster for information on what we require from you before we advertise it on this web site. We don't want to advertise musical equipment for sale, but we are very willing to help authors in the music industry get some exposure. Help us help you.
I've tried to restrict the download size of the graphics and quantity per page. This is why you see many simple line drawings in only a few colors. Based on the Email I get, this site is heavily visited by people outside the United States (I think thats great!). Because of that, I've been providing metric sizes along inches/feet where it makes sense. The goal is to allow for quicker downloads of usable information with minimal fluff. I'm rarely selling anything, so there is little marketing motive to dazzle you with graphics.
Why is this site up? I've been playing guitar since 1964 and have been involved with some great bands, as well as had some awful experiences.
I've often asked myself 'Why didn't anyone tell me that?'. Why are so many things secrets? They shouldn't be.
I've learned a lot of things, and solved a number of problems. I hope to share these things with other people (and there are a lot of us who are headed down the same path). I've had to be careful at controlling my costs, but I still needed pro gear. I have some answers and I hope that others can benefit from what I've learned. I'm always accepting suggestions, so please let me know if you have any insights to add. I don't pay for suggestions - but I'll gladly acknowledge you for anything you contribute, or provide a link to your Web page. We can all be at our best when we help each other.
An attempt has been made to keep the graphic content to a minimum. Many of the site users are located outside the United States and don't always have fast connections to our server. Images will be kept as small as possible. We use a Kodak DC25 Digital Camera with an assortment of clip on lenses to take many of the pictures used on this site.
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NOTE: Any suggestions made becomes the property of Shavano Music Online to be used in future articles. These are not being sold for profit, so there is no money to be earned by making a suggestion, however if you help other musicians become more successful, everyone involved benefits.