Electronic music is what I like, fan of Jean-Michel Jarre from the beginning, I like all music, but electronic has so many multi dimensions of creativity.
After listening so much to all kind of electronic music, I decided it is time to move from listener/critique to learning a bit all the tools for music creation, production, distribution, promotion..
And release albums..
This is my journey...
Where to find me?
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I only accept connections from people I know on LinkedIn or Facebook, so instead, please, like my Facebook music page or join my mailing list.
Short and long biography
Franck Martin has been postmaster at LinkedIn from 2011 till 2017. He spent nearly 20 years in Fiji where he worked extensively with 20 or so Pacific Islands countries. He was trustee at the Internet Society 2006-2009, members of the Pacific Islands and San Francisco Chapters. He has deployed a few ISPs in Tuvalu, Fiji and Samoa as well as established two ccTLDs dot KI (Kiribati) and dot NR (Nauru). He has worked on the DMARC.org specification, deployed it at LinkedIn and he is promoting email authentication technologies and policies. He is currently working towards building an IPv6-only data center at LinkedIn. He is also active in the alternative electronic music scene in San Francisco. He has released several electronica albums under his name.
But for the music part: Read My Story
I have a Music page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/franck.martin.music. Please Like it. I put there, news on Electronic music, and videos about the events I attend where Electronic Artists performs or where new gear is presented, usually around the San Francisco bay area.
I also have a community on Bandcamp. It is $20/year, but you get all the albums for downloads, the unreleased albums as they get created and the satisfaction of knowing you’re supporting me in a sustainable way.: https://franckmartin.bandcamp.com/community
I make noise, some people are nice with me and call it music.
It would be uber cool to get your support, especially if you need more semi-organized noise...
You can find my albums on the following music stores and streaming services. I usually start to build an Album on Bandcamp and then once done, release it everywhere.
I have used DistroKid to publish my music on many stores. It is cheap and fast and seems recommended by the founders of the 2 other large music distribution sites. Use this link to get 7% discount on your first year: https://distrokid.com/vip/seven/607593. At about $20/year, unlimited uploads, this is the best plan ever, and they even answer my support questions ;)
Calendar of Electronic Music around San Francisco
For the lazy, the embeds