We’ll get your music heard in stores and placed in content around the world
We make it easy for you to create an additional revenue stream
We offer personalised support to help you can grow as an artist
The chance to elevate your work with funding from our ‘Elevate the Artist’ Program
Work with Rehegoo to get your music heard in shops, hotels, adverts and more.
Man Like Nells
Man Like Nells - an alternative way of making urban music.
A fusion of classic rock and blues, with a taste of soul.
African music with influences from all over the world.
Rehegoo artists from more than 100 worldwide regions have secured music placements across North America, Europe and the UK
The typical growth in streams for an artist selected for our development program, Elevate the Artist
Our research tells us that nearly 2/3rds of business would like to play music by emerging artists on their premises
How To Organize Your Session in DAW
An important step in the mixing process is the way we organize our mixing sessions. It can be tedious, but this step is more important than you think and in the end it will only increase your workflow, and you will be a better mixer after all.
We're here today with our A&R specialist to go through some tips and tricks on how to stay organized with your DAW, so go ahead and tune in.
How To Properly Render Your Tracks
Your mix is done and your song is officially finished. But how do you get it out of your DAW and into the world? Rendering your project correctly is incredibly important, and there are some crucial things you need to remember about before clicking that render button.
What exactly? Take a look
How To Avoid Clipping
We’ve all heard the dreaded term “Audio Clipping”. It often shows itself as an admonishing red light in our DAW, on our audio interface, or on our speakers, making the audio sound bad. So what can be done about it and to avoid that?
We're here today with our A&R Specialist to take a dive into the dreaded “Audio Clipping” and ways to avoid it.
Sample & Bit Rate
What is a bit rate? Why is 44.1kHz the music industry standard? How do these number affect our music?
We're here today with our A&R specialist to touch on all those topics, so go ahead and tune in.
MP3 vs. WAV - What' the Difference?
WAV or MP3? This is a question that still causes much confusion. A lot of musicians say that MP3 is faster to download and easier to stream on their phone - all true statements.
However, they don't seem to recognize the difference between a WAV and a mp3, and what you lose when you compress a high-resolution audio file down into an 'easy to carry' mp3.
The freshest news for independent artists, including tips & tricks, how our services can help you, and more.