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Composers, Lyricists

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If you want to bring your songs to life, you can either go public as a performer or submit and pitch your material to active artists.

Hey, but you know what? You don't have to choose now. Our advice : Go for both and check what door will open first! 

"There is no such thing as unknown talents, as long they don't hide"... Rule #1

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  • Submit your material to active or famous artists when YOU feel like this is relevant and when YOU feel like the momentum is right.

  • Introduce yourself to artist managers from the perspective of joining songwriting sessions in regard to upcoming productions.

  • Find a professional manager to represent you or/and introduce you as an artist to majors and record labels, publishers, etc.

As an artist, you can't say you are "great"...  you need someone to say it for you! 

A manager's role is crucial in your career. He is "step one" in your project once you want to go public. Until you have an audience yelling your name, the manager's job is to say loud and clear that you are not alone, "how great you are" and why you are "the hottest unsigned artist/songwriter/producer in town" in the face of

an A&R or a record label manager. He will be the first trigger of your success. 

Gather attention and energy around your artistic project.

The Music Business is an ecosystem like in a village, everyone knows everyone. It does not mean that they work together or like each other. It means that they all identify each other as serious actors in the ecosystem.There, networking and momentum are the rules. Usually, once get the attention of a few professionals, and if you communicate properly around your development, many others will check on you !

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Multiply artistic encounters and "featurings" with other artists

Find your tribe and invite other artists to feature in your next productions. Having a national artist accept to feature in the production of an indie and unknown artist can be a huge game changer! So many examples out there... 

David S.

Songwriter, Valence, France

"Pitch Music Center has contacts everywhere, this artist address book is impressive."

Debbie E.

Songwriter, New York

"more than a directory, it comes with valuable advices, this is an excellent initiative... and nice people too!..."

Roger B.

Beatmaker, Atlanta

"Man.. so exited about that tool. There is world of new opportunities here..."

Enrico D.

Performer, Indie artist, Milano, Italy

"...thank G - I found you..."


Producer, Belgium

"Now, that's a smart tool.."


KR Recording Magazine, Paris, France

A unique tool for songwriters and producers, very useful indeed.

Sean G., Los Angeles, USA.

Pianist & songwriter

"...all producers and songwriters should have it on hand."


Journalist, manager & coach

/ GL Connection, Paris

Pitch Music Center is a tool and an accelerator, a force of proposal. I would dare to say a “missing link”. In any case, a beneficial initiative in a rapidly changing musical sector, at a time when the value of the work is being questioned and the future of creation is being questioned.

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