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Live Music Video and Live Music Streaming from Eyedea Worx

We here at Eyedea Worx love live music and are happy to work with so many talented musicians.

We sponsor as many music festivals and events as we can, and had a great time at last weekend’s Higher Ground Music Festival in Denver. Over two days we got to see many great live sets from bands around the country, and took TONS of video for you to enjoy! You can find the full playlist from the 2015 Higher Ground Music Festival below:

We took video for new bands we had never seen before and were happy to meet like Calliope Musicals and Me Like Bees but also local bands we’ve worked with in the past like High Five, Red Stinger, and King Cardinal.

Eyedea Worx is also a title sponsor for Mountain Size Presents, Live at Evergroove. A monthly live show from Evergroove Studio in Evergreen, CO, the broadcast streams LIVE as the action happens and has welcomed local Denver acts and national (and international) touring bands alike.

Last night, Evergroove welcomed Texas rock band Jack Kerowax for a live streaming show, and you re-watch the live stream at Youtube here:

Stay tuned on our Eyedea Worx and Notion Worx Facebook page as well as our official websites for more information about upcoming music events and more from Eyedea Worx!

Quick Turn CD Duplication With Eyedea Worx

Eyedea Worx and Notion Worx are here to help our clients to create their high quality custom projects in the easiest and most affordable way possible.

One of the more common requests we get from Colorado musicians and bands across the world is for a quick turnaround time for CD projects; often times a release party comes up quicker then expected and bands just need something to promote their new release. Typically, a CD order of 100 or more pieces takes 5-10 business days, depending on exactly what kind of CD package is requested.

However, there is one kind of CD or DVD package that can be produced in as little as 3 business days: a slimline jewel case.

The slimline jewel case

With a plastic body similar to a full-size jewel case but with half the weight and size, a silmline still showcases all of the artwork for a new release and makes a great package for a new release. The quick turnaround time is possible because the printing can be done as an insert instead of a completely new package, making it simple and quick to create the complete item without sacrificing any quality.

Slimline jewel cases can be printed with either a 2-panel insert (front and back) or 4-panel (front, back, with two pages of full color print in the middle), so the package can still be customized to fit the particular project’s needs. Full-color disc face printing in full color (600 DPI) and disc duplication or replication is included; shrink wrap is also included if desired.

Pricing for a quick turn around CD project

Give us a call today at Eyedea Worx if you need a quick turn CD duplication project completed for your upcoming CD release show!

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How To Have A Successful CD Release Party

You’ve worked long and hard on your music project and now it’s time for you to unveil your masterpiece to the world!
But before you start you thinking of selling your CDs and planning a CD release party at the newest hot spot in the city, be sure that you have a successful CD release party plan in place. Here are six tips to ensure that your new music release party is successful:
1. Have copyrights to your songs. You’re planning on sharing your work so protect it. Submit your song(s) for copyrights at: http://www.copyright.gov. You have the option of submitting your material online or mailing it in.
2. Set the date in advance. Don’t make the mistake of setting the release date up before you physically have your CDs in hand.
3. Have launch and post-release strategy. This will make or break the success of your release party and also your music project as a whole. Bring the hype and build anticipation well in advance via social networking sites, your website, mail/email lists and the press.
4. Invite the media, reviewers and bloggers. This should be done at least two months prior to the release as most journalists plan out their editorial calendars far in advance.
5. Make purchasing your music easy and submit it online. Sign up with an online music service such as iTunes, Amazon or Reverb Nation. Providing party guests with download cards for a free song is a great way to get them to your site.
6. Don’t sell your CDs at the release party, give them away. The reason you invite people to a CD release party is to share your music with them so that they will share your music with others by word of mouth, social networking and by traditional media outlets.
By: Carolee Rojas