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Tim Kulig is a music composer & producer that gives his music away for free, with attribution, under Creative Commons. Tim is currently creating a massive body of work for content creators, and this podcast is about forging relationships with as many of them as possible. The discussions will center around creators and their needs, trends in music in the content arena, as well as challenges creators face in the era of evolving algorithms, social media trends, and content and musical needs. As ...
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It's 2024 - time for a new year and some new or renewed goals! This week, I talk about accountability, consistency, my year-end review and goal-setting process (1,000 foot overview), albums in the works, Patreon, Website revamping - so much stuff! Ride the ride and join me for this year's exciting adventures... https://soundcloud.com/timkuligfreemu…
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This week on the Tim Kulig Free Music Podcast, I interview fellow creative commons composer Alexander Nakarada. Alex hails from Norway, plays a mean metal guitar juxtaposed with some Celtic music at times, and is in a friendly race w/me to publish 1,000+ songs for content creators and influencers! We talk shop, the struggles of independent composer…
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This week, we're checking in with our friends at the "Same Same but Different" podcast. This includes me, internet composer and legend Kevin MacLeod, and awesome composer Alex Nakarada! You can find all things Kevin MacLeod here: www.incompetech.com https://www.youtube.com/@incompetech_kmac ...and you can find all things Alex Nakarada here: www.cre…
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This week, I discuss my chagrin and aggravation associated with an "organic" advertiser that's created problems with my relationship with Spotify. I rant, I rave, I calm down and offer a 1st quarter 2024 podcast solution to my advertising missteps in this humbling and grounding episode! #timkulig #timkuligfreemusic #creativecommons #failforward #pi…
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This week I was testing the ability to podcast in an oceanic environment - with sound issues to boot! All good - fail forward. Didn't want to spend a ton of time editing this week, so modify your sound to adjust for the highs and lows this week! Nice little getaway at St Pete Beach last weekend. Needed the recharge, the R&R, and the ocean waves and…
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This week, I talk about a Spotify flag I received for an advertising service I employed this year to promote my music. Oh, the trials and tribulations of self-promotions and the false promises of bot-wielding online advertisers! I discuss the pitfall, the mistake, and the plans for a future episode devoted to better avenues for online music promoti…
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This week on the Tim Kulig Free Music Podcast, we're doing a dive into my latest album "Comedic Flirtations", dropping 11/21/23 everywhere! A few full-song previews and some quick samples of others, this is a new genre I'm playing around with while building my catalog and I think it'll be a lot of fun to do a LOT more of these! #timkuligfreemusic #…
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This week we’re going to discuss Imposter Syndrome. You’ve heard it, you’ve likely experienced it (maybe even unknowingly) and it’s real demotivating. What is imposter syndrome anyways? #timkuligfreemusic #creativecommons #podcasting #motivational This week’s references: https://www.betterup.com/blog/what-is-imposter-syndrome-and-how-to-avoid-it ht…
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In today's episode, we interview Peggy Eserkaln of Suburban Coop and discuss all the things about chicken coops, chickens, pecking orders, and numerous other asides and deviations. If you're interested in backyard, sustainable living and what it takes to keep and raise chickens, Peggy is where it's at! You can follow her here: https://www.youtube.c…
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No matter how much you love what you do, there will inevitably be times when your work starts to feel monotonous. The day-to-day routine sets in, creativity lags, and you begin questioning your motivation. This can happen in any industry - including creative ones like music and podcasting. When you hit this point, the most important thing is to avo…
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Developing captivating album art and visuals is an essential part of releasing music in the modern era. With streaming services and online platforms being the primary channels for music discovery and consumption, an artist's visual aesthetics play a huge role in capturing attention and conveying their vibe. Thankfully, there are more tools and reso…
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This week we’re going to briefly discuss how to handle criticism... Receiving criticism and feedback is an inevitable part of being a musician and putting your work out into the world. While it can be difficult to hear negative opinions about something you’ve poured your heart and soul into creating, it’s important not to let criticism discourage y…
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Ah, setting up your own home studio - it takes time to get it just right, but it's so worth it in the end. As a composer who's been working in digital music production for over 25 years now, I've tried all sorts of equipment and have finally settled (I think!) on a setup that works smoothly for me. Today we’re going to talk about my current setup, …
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Making it in music is no small feat - between honing your craft, recording, production, distribution and the countless hours spent promoting your music through social media online, it takes immense dedication to build a sustainable career as an independent artist. But in today's digital streaming music landscape, it IS possible.…
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