I'm Lucas, the founder of PianoDreamers.
For several years we’ve been establishing this resource in the music industry. Our goal is to become the hub of the most useful and in-depth information about digital pianos, keyboards, pianos, and piano playing in general.
Most of our articles are 3500-5000-word high-quality pieces of content that go into a lot of detail about the topic.
We're now looking for a sound engineer (audio tech savvy) who can help us write several guides on choosing PA speakers, keyboard amps, studio monitors and other audio equipment one may need in a home studio or when doing a gig (explain differences between all the types and cover various aspects that need to be considered). We also have plans for articles about choosing DAWs, mics, and audio interfaces.
You must have prior experience working with this music gear and have the necessary expertise to explain these topics (ideally, you should be a sound engineer).
It will also be an advantage if you're familiar with the world of digital pianos/keyboards since many of the topics will be connected to the realm of keyboards in one way or another.
The writer is paid on a per-word basis. Most of the blog posts will be between 3,000 – 4,000 words per post. So please bid based on delivering 1 x 3,500-word article.
Please note that we have very high editorial standards compared to most other blogs. Every post that we publish goes through our strict editorial process, where we check all claims and ideas for accuracy.
Our readers trust us, and we absolutely must ensure the highest quality content.
By all means, check out our latest blog posts to get a feel for the sort of quality we are looking for. Note that we only require our writers to write the content, no web formatting or design is required.
Please provide at least 3 samples of similar content you have written and/or published in your application. Also, take 5 minutes to customize your application since copy pasted applications rarely stand out :)
Thanks and good luck!