How To Get a Clubhouse Invite: What is Clubhouse & Why Does it Matter?
The skinny on how Clubhouse app for music works
- Users create “rooms” where they can control what the topic is about by naming the room and the chat.
- When you sign up you pick around ten interests and you start getting notifications about rooms in your niches. There is a rich world of musicians, promoters, and all kinds of music industry professionals for musician networking.
- Users can schedule these chats or start them immediately.
- In the rooms are the main speakers (think of them as moderators, while we’re going old school), the people who’ve “raised their hand”--those who want to speak but didn’t start the room--and the listeners. Conversations could be about sharing beats, how to build your music business team, sound design, and so on (and on, and on).
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