Online Musical Matchmaking

Photo by: Tomas Herrera is the premier music production network and marketplace. On ItyDity, artists can hold contests to find producers and session musicians who can help elevate their demos and EP’s to the next level. A singer-songwriter herself, ItyDity’s founder, and co-worker at The Music District in Fort Collins, Emily Satterlee aims to make it easier for artists to find collaborators who understand their musical vision and to help producers and talented instrumentalists get matched with paid opportunities for work. The site’s contest structure acts as a matchmaking system, pairing artists with producers and collaborators who are likely to help them reach their full potential. Furthermore, collaborating through the site ensures both parties are protected by hassle-free legal copyright and royalty contracts. Last month, Loveland artist Emma Marie held a contest on the site to get matched with Broomfield-based producer Milo Burke, and the two are now working closely together to complete Emma’s song “Gold.” It’s completely free and easy to get plugged in on ItyDity: just make a free profile on the site and ItyDity will send you new opportunities to work with other artists and producers in your area or nationwide. Sign up today on

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