The Internet is a no-brainer. Lots of people network online especially musicians. Use Craigslist to browse musicians in your city or state. You can also send ads to musicians on Craigslist. Be specific about the roles you are looking for to fill your band and the type of music you want to play. It is also good to have a myspace with some representaion of the music you write.
Good old-fashioned flying also works well. Create a cool flyer on your computer with specific information about what you are trying to do in your band. Leave a number or email address at the bottom. You can vertically arrange your phone number several times on the bottom of the flyer and cut between each copy with scissors. Now an interested musician can tear off a copy of your phone number to take with them.
Hang this flight where musicians hang out like guitar shops and music stores.
Go to local shows in your city. Friends other bands and participants in the show. You can meet someone who knows someone else who is perfect for your project. The word is one of the best ways to get the ball rolling. It is also good to be an active member of the local music scene.
Like I said before you created a music, Myspace with your songs is ready to listen very helpful. This will keep a candidate interested in pursuing the idea of playing music with you. It can also wipe out people who have no interest in your project.
If you are in an established band that needs a bassist or drummer, you can find one that already records a band. Invite him to sit in on an exercise with your band. If he really likes what your band does, he can offer his services on a permanent basis.
6. Immediately surround yourself with like-minded people. Friends can recommend you to other musicians or recommend other musicians to you. Some good bands have come together this way. Meeting at concerts, shows, parties, barbecues, ect. Give yourself a better introduction than ever on the internet.
Tips and warnings
Finding band members is not easy, but there are more ways to ever join a musician. In this article, you can talk about finding musicians in your area to help shape or complete your band.