4 Ways to Find Musicians on Meet & Jam

Posted 4 November 2015 in Musician's Toolkit (comments)

If you're new to Meet & Jam, or haven't used us to meet other musicians yet, there are a number of ways you can go about finding the right band members, producers, and engineers for you. Here are just four of the easy methods you can use to find exactly what you're looking for...

1. Musician Search

The simplest and most obvious way is undoubtedly to go hunting for musicians yourself. Here on Meet & Jam, we let you search by keyword, location, and instrument/skill so you can find exactly the type of musician you need, in your area. Look exclusively for drummers in London, engineers in Los Angeles, or bassoon players in Sierra Leone. And if you're not sure exactly what you're looking for? Just set your location and browse through our musician thumbnails until somebody catches your eye.

2. Post a free advert on our classifieds page

Don't have time to trawl through musician profiles looking for your musical soulmate? Why not simply post an ad on our classifieds page and wait for the right musicians to come to you? You can even search the classifieds by keyword and location, so you may find someone who's already looking for a musician just like you.

3. Attend a Meet & Jam Night

We may be a website, but here at Meet & Jam we're committed to getting musicians together in the real world. At a Meet & Jam Night, musicians from different backgrounds come together to jam on a range of classic tunes. Our Jam Nights are not only great fun, but also a fantastic way of networking with other friendly musicians. We've held nights across the UK, in cities like Bath, Oxford, Leeds, and Manchester - so there's no excuse for not failing to find a night near you.

4. Complete your profile... and help great musicians find you.

In many ways, the easiest and best way of finding brilliant musicians on Meet & Jam is to make it easy for them to find you. Your Meet & Jam profile is built to show off everything you have to offer - from your musical influences and the kit you own, to the music you make and the range of skills you possess. You can also embed links to a host of other social media sites, enabling you to direct visitors to all the right places for them to find out more about you. Make your profile look awesome, and keep it updated with new music, and you'll have musicians practically begging you to work with them!

Benjamin Taylor

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