ItyDity and non-profit #WomenCrush Music Best original song by a female artist CHALLENGE

ItyDity partnered with the non-profit #WomenCrush Music to giveaway two song production and marketing packages to two female songwriters. The nation-wide giveaway is entirely free to enter. Deadline is Nov.15, 2018. Free to enter.

A singer-songwriter herself, ItyDity’s founder, 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.

Fort Collins-based 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.

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. Collaborating through the site ensures both parties are protected by hassle-free legal copyright and royalty contracts.

In addition to sharing ItyDity’s mission to empower songwriters and artists, #WomenCrush Music is a fast-growing non-profit organization with showcases and workshops supporting women songwriters in over 12 major metro areas across the U.S.

To enter this giveaway and have your song be considered for the production and marketing package prize, Songwriters can merely upload their original song (can be as quick as singing and playing your instrument into a smartphone recorder) to the web page entry form. Then they’ll get a link where their friends and family can vote for their song as well as an expert judging panel will be scoring demos based on originality and heart.

Finalists are voted on once more with two winners who will receive the grand prize: a full song production package with ItyDity. Each artist will work with multiple top producers and pick their favorite walking away with a market-ready version of their song, a 1-on-1 mentoring session with #WomenCrush Music CEO Ashley Kervabon. The mentoring session will help strategize the release of the single, and the option to sign the song to a 1-year publishing deal with ItyDity for further promotion and potential licensing opportunities.

ItyDity is entirely free and user-friendly. Create 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. Visit this link to compete:

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Cynthia Reaves is the Managing Editor of The New Scene Magazine and North Forty News. Cynthia is multimedia journalist with a master's in New Media Journalism and a bachelor's in Journalism with a minor in Music Theory and Composition. She has a grassroots digital publication, Argento Studios. She was the social producer for Green Mile Films, PR for Women’s Grand Prix at the US Pro Challenge, and Chief Relationship Officer for technology company Studio Hyperset.

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