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The Creator Complex: 5 Brand Assets Every Artist Needs (And Can Get At A3C '17)

Bre'ana Singleton
Posted by Bre'ana Singleton on Sep 26

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Calling all artists! If you consider yourself a dope music maker and want to take your brand to the next level, you had better be at the Creator Complex on A3C Friday! There are so many assets that you can walk away with, but here are the five that you'd be a fool to leave without:


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Every artist needs to master his/her look. Have professional headshots and full body profiles taken, and recieve 3-5 unmarked pictures back within 7 business days.


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Control what's being said about you. Press professionals will be reviewing and editing press releases and artist bios on the spot.


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You need all your music and information in one place. Book a 1:1 consultation with a Squarespace expert and leave with a developed website to boost your career to new heights.


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Become easier to identify. Graphic designers will be on-hand developing creative briefs. Artists will receive a brand guide with logos, colors, and fonts within 14 days.


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Your sound needs to be high quality. Artists can have a maximum of 15 tracks mastered and receive them via email, same day.


The Creator Complex is happening Friday, October 6th at Georgia State University's Creative Media Industries Institute! Don't miss this opportunity to create and collaborate with some of the best in the business. Get your A3C pass before it's too late!

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Bre'ana Singleton

Written by Bre'ana Singleton

Bre'ana is a sports/music journalist from just outside of Atlanta and the A3C Blog Team Editorial Assistant. She is a former collegiate athlete bringing a different perspective to the music industry.

Topics: Artist Advice

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