As being a DJ, right hate it once you sell your own mixtape, but nobody buys it because of the ugly cover? Most likely you probably designed the cover yourself. You did some study online, followed one or two articles and observe video lessons on the way to design – thinking that you will be an overnight expert artist and Photoshop guru. Allowing your all in making this Jamaican themed cover design. But people who view your finished product provide you with comments like ‘This just isn’t Jamaican’ or ‘Your design looks like crap.’
I once recorded a mixtape of my own, personal believing that it is going to sell like hotcakes considering all of the exclusives and guest freestyles that we had into it. The music was dope and my friends loved it and thus did everyone who followed it. In to save money I made the decision to design the mixtape cover. This was the greatest mistake i made. The tape sold poorly as well as the poor cover design ended up being to blame. It was after i thought we would have a professional design my cover.
I researched online about which designer I should hire and various articles and reviews recommended which i visit sample mix tape designs . I was very impressed once i saw instances of other’s work and excited to own my cover developed by them. Receiving a hot and chic mix tape cover was easier than I thought.
The values were very affordable: US$45 for a front cover design and US$65 for both front and rear album covers. The sales you’ll make from the mixtape with higher music with an attractive cover will more than make amends for the bucks you may be shelling out for design expenses. So why spend time and spend large sums of money on graphic design lessons when you can get the task done correct and immediately.