How do I search XtremeMusician.com's vast database of information?
Type the word or phrase into the text box on XtremeMusician.com and hit the "FindIt!" button (or the "Enter" key on your keyboard). XtremeMusician.com will then retrieve the closest matches possible and display them in order of relevance to your query.
Do you have any tips for obtaining better search results?
Yes. If you are searching for an artist, you should use the artists' first and last names. This will greatly narrow your search results. If possible, you should also verify the spelling of the artists' name. If searching for a broad term, such as "guitar," you can expect massive results. If you want to obtain more specific information, you should try using an adjective with the word, such as "jazz guitar" or "acoustic guitar." Generally, the less information searched for will return a greater amount of results.
Can I add my website to your database?
No, you may not add your website directly to our database. But, you may recommend a website, and a representative from XtremeMusician.com will review it and, in most cases, add it to the directory. We at XtremeMusician.com are content conscious, and we want to verify the site's value to musicians. If you are interested in recommending a website for our review, please click on the link provided at the top of the homepage.
What browsers does XtremeMusician support?
XtremeMusician's main priority is that every musician has access to information that may help in practicing, recording, gigging, and managing business affairs. In light of this, we try to be as cross-platform-friendly as possible. To take advantage of XtremeMusician's technologies, you should run the latest version of Internet Explorer, Netscape or Opera. AOL users should keep their software current as well.