Horus Music India simplifies Music Distribution in Hyderabad seminar

Horus Music India has become one of the top supporters of independent artists in the music industry, and now they are taking things up a notch. They are bringing their new educational seminar, “Music Distribution Simplified,” to Hyderabad in March.

Anara Publishing and Horus Music India also recently launched season two of ‘Music Publishing Simplified’ online that is available to musicians on Instagram with a total of six sessions taking place every two weeks.

With independent artists across the globe having immediate access to distribution services, it is now easier than ever for them to release music on major platforms like Spotify. However, Horus Music India aims to break down the myths surrounding music distribution and educate artists on the best practices for getting their music heard above the ever-growing noise.

According to Chandrika Shah, Horus Music India’s Country Head, the secret to realizing the maximum potential of your music career is efficient music distribution. Attending a music distribution seminar can advance your musical profession, and you can learn about the most recent trends and best business practices in the industry. Shah believes that with the right information and resources, artists can reach new audiences, boost their revenue, and create a long-lasting and satisfying career doing what they enjoy.

The seminar will focus on understanding the fundamentals of music distribution, and attendees will also receive helpful tips on how to market their music, from playlisting to PR. They will have the chance to hear directly from Chandrika Shah on how independent artists and labels should approach releasing their music to create the most impact, with respect to distribution and marketing.

Horus Music India has previously partnered with Lost Stories, Gate Crash, and RRE Studios for similar workshops, and they are excited to return with their new “Simplified” series and continue their mission of educating Indian artists on how to navigate the music industry.

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