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  • Eg am a new stan of Adam. Just subbed toomuch information here

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  • Amazing information 10/10 .. BUT THE SQUEAK SOUND ON THAT PEN😂 .. my ears are dying!

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  • "sorry im not a good drawer " what all my fav teachers said during beginning of the year haha

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  • I'm a realist, Realistic means other people can do it, so can I, or at least I can get some success doing it too. If you put in the work, you can achieve great thing as long as you plan ahead of time and have a strategy, a business oriented vision. I'm awfully curious about your strategies and might give your training a go at one point Adam.
    Anyhow, I've been watching your YouTube lately and really enjoy the content. Great job!

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  • This was extremely informal I really appreciate you for this. My only critique is maybe a different board to use because the squeaky noise from the marker was making me cringe and trip out lmao. Great stuff 💯💯🔥🔥🔥

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  • Man great advice , i really want to know what camera you re using ,it s perfect

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  • Hey Adam, really appreciate your content. Question, do you recommend Twitter for music marketing? Is it worth it? It seems like there’s potential but even with big indie rock artists I follow I’ll see there posts commonly ‘likes’ content with less than 10 likes, and that’s when they have over 60k followers. So I’m wondering, if post on Twitter can I get to an audience and grow my audience or am I wasting my time throwing blank darts? Many thanks!

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  • 40.000 new uploads on Spotify EVERY DAY. Let's say 50 000 new tracks/songs every day. If only 1% succeeded, we'd have 500 new exciting great songs/tracks everyday, well, that's far from being true. If only 0.01% were successful, we would have 5 remarkable new releases every day. Question: Are about 2.000 great songs/tracks released every year? Do you remember only 5% of these songs?
    Well, most songs that hit the charts fall into oblivion very soon.
    Are there any new artists that have skills close to Sly Stone, Prince, Stevie Wonder etc ? Would they even be noticed amongst 50.000 releases every day?
    That's what your chances only to be heard look like, not even talking about fame.
    Music has become a mass product, mass products are worthless

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  • You are right with the industry being over saturated. But every industry because of how many people there are in the world now. It's harder now to get discovered. I wish I hadn't of deleted my legacy youtube channel. I started it the first year youtube came about and my music was terrible back then. But it was so easy to get views compared to now. I'm happy with my 97 subs – lol. Though I wish it were more.

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  • Am I the only one who the the marker screeching sounds affected LoL 😂

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  • listen to my music if you like hiphop 🙂 italin livin in switzerland doin american hiphop

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  • Basic summary in the video.
    1. Tells you what kind of platforms there are.
    2. Tells you what matters and what kind of questions to ask yourself.
    3. Tells you you need a system, not just a puzzle piece.

    These are great starting points!

    Now let's see if Adam can explain:
    1. How to get the most of these platforms.
    2. How to answer these kinds of questions.
    3. How to tell what matters.
    4. How to develop a system.

    This video tells you what you need which is great because most of us don't know what we need, but most of us don't know how to execute those needs.

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  • Couldn't wait subscribing your channel man @Adam Ivy! Such helpful and insightful videos you provide. I'm also a music producer, trying out different things for marketing my songs, and your videos are the most helpful to me! Thanks a lot Adam!
    Also check out my new production here people! – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KB-7wDtW0nk

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  • i need growth like that, i got excited over 10K subs in 9months but 150K in a year and a half? bravo my dude

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  • this is so vague like give straight forward tips no need for all this philosophical shit, i didn't learn anything from this.

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  • I'm WAY farther than I've ever been since I've watched your videos. One of my favorite artists of all time even followed me recently. The only reason my traction is so slow is because I'm not following your steps exactly. BUT STILL YOU HAVE GOTTEN ME PLACES I WOULD HAVE NEVER BEEN. thanks man

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  • @adamivy ITS REALLY HARD TO WATCH THIS VIDEO. THE SHARPER NOISE!! PLEASE, I COULDNT TAKE IT 🙁

    PLEASE BE MINDFUL THAT CERTAIN NOISES CAN TRIGGER “STUFF” to some people 🙁

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  • Zero value here. Told us the problem, asked us to pay for the solution. Waste of 15 minutes

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  • aint easy tryna Promote
    tryna get listeners on my work
    respect n grind <3

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  • Are you actually making money from music Still? It seems like you make a lot of videos. I'm considering trying to Market my music but I don't want to realize in the end that time not going to make money unless I make YouTube videos.

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  • Always learning… we’re gonna make it big someday even if I gotta make music until the day I die I am gonna make something out of myself and something out of my brand!

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  • Hello sir Adam Ivy, singer/songwriter here from the Philippines, and music industries here are poor or maybe i should say, hard to reach. Most talents cannot reach mainstream, but I'm always interested in your topic, bcuz its all I wanted.. watching your videos, it opened my mind, I hope I can apply all you're saying.

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  • Thanks bro just started a few months ago. Thanks for the advise

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