FAQ

About Private Consultations

 

Q: How much do private consultations cost?

A: They are free, but we love to accept donations…

Q: What is the Creative Media Center?

A: The Creative Media Center provides a Mentor program, access to digital and educational resources, small group sessions, workshops, panels, and one-on-one training from experts in various business aspects of the creative arts. Artists are able to work alone or in groups to transform their raw content into finished digital media.

Q: How long are consultations at the Creative Media Center?

A: Consultations booked by appointment are one hour. Due to high demand, we require that you view our Advanced Level Consultation FAQ page before requesting an appointment.

Q: What should I expect the very first time I go to the Austin Music Foundation for a consultation?

A: Expect major awesomeness. We are probably going to want to know about you, your band, and what sorts of things you’ve done so far to have success in the music industry. Once we have a good idea of what needs you might have, we’ll help you out by providing expert and timely advice.

Q: Is there anything I can do to prepare for the first consultation with the Austin Music Foundation?

A: Yes! Please visit our Advanced Level Consultation FAQ page. Any information you provide is private and we only use forms to get a better idea of how to help you before you come in.

If you’d like, you can bring in copies of your band’s music or whatever you have so you can show us what your band looks and sounds like.

Q: How do I schedule a consultation with the Austin Music Foundation?

A: Please visit our Advanced Level Consultation FAQ page to get started with that process.

Q: What if I have an emergency?

A: If you have an emergency,  just take care of what you need to take care of. We understand that emergencies happen every once in a while, and we generally trust you to make the right call.

Q: What if I can’t make my consultation?

A: Just cancel your lesson by using the online scheduling service more than 24 hours before your consultation. That’s it! No emailing, no calling, no hassles.

Q: How do I get to the Creative Media Center?

A: The Creative Media Center’s brand new location is located at 1333 Shore District Drive, Suite 600, Austin, Texas 78741 (off Riverside Drive). When you book a consultation, please make note of our new address since we are no longer at the Soundcheck location on East 51st Street.

Q: Can I just walk in to the Creative Media Center or do I need to make an appointment?

A: Due to the high demand for consultations and the various other activities we plan and participate in, we require that you request an appointment. To book an appointment now, click the image below.

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More About The Austin Music Foundation

 

Q: Aside from one-on-one consulting, what other events does the AMF offer to artists throughout the year?

A: The Austin Music Foundation produces twelve small group workshops, four venue bootcamps, mixers and fundraisers every year. Courses range from topics on legal to booking your band and we try to introduce up-to-date tips on the ever changing music business.

Q: How long has the Austin Music Foundation been around?

A: The AMF has been helping local artists since 2002 and was founded by Colin Kendrick and Nikki Rowling to show artists how to manage their bands with valuable resources, DIY tools and music business panels.

Q: How is the Austin Music Foundation funded and how can I support the AMF?

A: The AMF is partially funded by the City Of Austin, sponsors, fundraisers and donations. To help support the Austin Music Foundation, click HERE to donate anyway that you can.

Q: What are the hours of operation for the AMF’s Creative Media Center?

A: The media center is open from 11am-6pm Monday through Friday and is closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

Q: Can the AMF help book or manage our band?

A: Unfortunately not because the Creative Media Center acts more as a resource center and is a non-profit, but we can offer contact lists of various Texas venues and contacts that you or your band can use to get the gigs.

Q: What online sites does the AMF recommend to find lists of contacts, such as Texas venues, record stores, radio stations, etc?

A: The Texas Music Office has spent years of timeless research creating the Texas Music Database that is the “go to” resource for contacts, addresses and links to everything Texas music. www.texasmusicoffice.com

Q: Who directs and sits on the board of the Austin Music Foundation?

A: Our team is made up of some of Austin’s biggest music believers, selected local entertainment industry professionals, and local music veterans to ensure that the AMF is doing everything they can to keep Austin “The Live Music Capital of the World”.

Q: How can I volunteer to help AMF at events, workshops and seminars?

A: Volunteers are an instrumental part of Austin Music Foundation’s success. Volunteers are the key to our events running smoothly and spreading the word about our programs and services. If you are interested in volunteer opportunities with AMF, please send an email to info@austinmusicfoundation.org. We’ll be happy to let you know about our volunteer needs and opportunities as they arise.

Q: What materials and/or resources are available to use in the Creative Media Center?

A: There are six Dell workstations, a 47″ flat screen TV with a webcam for webinars and small group sessions, various literature, checklists and links on music, film and gaming.


 

HAVE A QUESTION TO ADD TO THIS LIST? PLEASE SEND IT TO INFO@AUSTINMUSICFOUNDATION.ORG

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