Saving the Music CD

Why is the CD music format dying when it is certainly a better sounding product than MP3, and it’s something you can hold in your hand? And why is the CD section at Walmart and Best Buy tiny, but the section for DVDs and BluRays is HUGE? Then it hit me like a ton of bricks.

Creating for Consumption

It’s actually a great time to be alive if you create art. Thanks to the internet, we have a whole world that we can show our creations to. Now, as we all know this is easier said than done. How do you make noise in such a large market?

A Positive New Beginning

Each year at this time we make resolutions, or think about making resolutions, and as I’ve written in the past its actually more important to be resolute. In truth, I prefer to think of this time of year as a chance for new positive beginnings.

Get Seen. Get Heard.

For years, we have been trying to play the music industry game with music artists, songwriters, and ministries. I’ve always hoped we could find our niche to really help artists, songwriters, and ministries reach their audience, outside of what we have done well for years which is amazing music production and graphic identity. We think we have found the perfect ways to help any artist, songwriter, or ministry reach the audience they want, and affect hearts, minds, and even lives for the better.

Introducing Cre8iv.tv!

In working for several decades as a music and recording company, we have found that our real value comes in helping music artists introduce their brand, find and grow their audience, and reach people with their music and message. Yes, we help them develop and record, but that's just the beginning. We all get into... Continue Reading →

Don’t Just Dabble

“One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular.” – Tony Robbins It’s easy to dabble in the arts. Maybe you paint a bit. Maybe you play... Continue Reading →

Songwriting Essentials: Rhyme Time

(Guest post by the inimitable Robert Sterling. Find out more about Robert here.) The single most common Poetic Device used in songwriting is without a doubt – rhyme. Unfortunately rhyme is seemingly so simple, the beginner songwriter may assume it to be easy. (Simple is very different than easy.) Really great rhyme is a well-practiced craft.... Continue Reading →

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