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Music Marketing 101 explains easy ways for musicians to use social media like Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and more to create a strong web presence and market their music. Created by award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young. If you enjoyed this video, please rate and SUBSCRIBE!



Sabrina Pena Young

http://sabrinapenayoung.blogspot.com/



Award-winning composer Sabrina Pena Young's works have been performed throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, and the Americas in venues like the Beijing Conservatory, the Holland Animation Film Festival, the NY Independent Film Festival, Miramax's Project Greenlight, Art Basil Miami, and countless festivals worldwide. Last year Young gave an inspiring TED Talk on Online Collaboration and the Arts at TEDxBuffalo about her "groundbreaking" and "EPIC" sci-fi film Libertaria: The Virtual Opera, created entirely online using machinima.



Libertaria the Virtual Opera: https://virtualopera.wordpress.com/



Young recently released A Futurist Music Anthology, a two disk album covering over a decade of experimental electroacoustic music.



Futurist Music Anthology:

https://sabrinapenayoung.bandcamp.com/album/a-futurist-music-anthology-the-electroacoustic-mind-of-sabrina-pena-young-2001-2014

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