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📒All You Need To Know About The Music Business ✍ Donald S. Passman
📝All You Need to Know About the Music Business Book Synopsis : No one understands the music industry--from the technology, to the legalities, to the new industry practices--better than veteran music lawyer Donald Passman. In this completely revised and updated seventh edition of All You Need To Know About the Music Business, which the Los Angeles Times called “the industry bible” and which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies, Passman offers executives and artists, experts and novices alike the essential information they need not only to survive in these volatile and exciting times, but also to thrive. Drawing on his unique, up-to-the-minute experience as one of the most trusted advisors in the business, Passman offers advice concerning: - The Copyright Royalty Board’s latest decisions regarding online transmissions. - The developing new customs concerning new technologies such as streaming on demand, ringtones, and digital downloads. Passman also gives guidance on other fundamental issues such as how to: - Select and hire a winning team of advisors--personal and business managers, agents, and attorneys--and structure their commissions, percentages, and fees in a way that will protect you and maximize these relationships. - Master the big picture and the finer points of record deals. - Navigate the ins and outs of songwriting, music publishing, and copyright law. - Maximize concert touring and merchandising deals. Almost everyone in the music business, from musicians and songwriters to entertainment lawyers and record company executives, are scrambling to sort out what is going to happen next, and Passman is right in the thick of these changes. Here is a book for anyone interested in a music career: a comprehensive and crucial guide to making it in one of the world’s most dynamic industries.
📒The Music Business For Artist Managers Self Managed Artists ✍ Jamie Johnson
📝The Music Business for Artist Managers Self managed Artists Book Synopsis : Find out all you need to know to get started, get noticed, and get signed in the music business from the advice of over 30 music industry experts spanning from radio promoters to A&R reps to tour managers. Artists & Managers, are you... Wishing to get your music heard by booking agents, record labels, music supervisors, and radio programmers but have no idea how? Wondering what the heck it is that they look for in the artists they sign and/or work with? Tired of feeling like everyone in the music business is ignoring you? Not sure how to contact music business people? Worried that you'll make a bad first impression? Stressed out over trying to book shows with no clue how to negotiate fees? Sick of music business people telling you to do the work on your own first, without giving advice on HOW? Feel like you're not learning fast enough about the music business in general? Get overwhelmed at the thought of releasing your album because you have no idea how? Wow, talk about someone doing all the work for you! Jamie has done some amazing research of all facets of the music industry. Radio is only part of the equation and I was grateful to read about some areas of the music business I was unfamiliar with! - Peter Michael, On-Air Talent and Program Director, 106.7 The Drive This book is a thorough look at the players involved in todays music industry and offers managers and self-managed artists the information they will need to establish and expand their career. A must for anyone looking to build a career in the music industry! - Tim Des Islets, Noisemaker Management Jamie has spent the past 5 years of her career working in the artist management world through managing artists, working with music associations, and working with artist managers of Juno and Grammy Award winning artists. She has independently co-managed internationally touring artists as well as launched a Canadian female pop artist into national success resulting in a Gold single and radio chart-topping single in Canada. Who are the music business expert contributors? Adam Kreeft, United Talent Agency Adam Oppenheim, Stampede Entertainment Alexa Shoenfeld, Live Nation Entertainment Chris McCrone, Partner Craig Laskey, The Horseshoe Tavern Denny Carr, Open Road Recordings Dondrea Erauw, Instinct Entertainment Geoff Clodd, Editor Graham Tait, 93 The Peak Grant Paley, Paquin Artists Agency Janet Trecarten, 101 The Farm Jason Manning, Z95 Jesse Mitchell, Kim Mitchell Tour Manager Jodi Ferneyhough, CCS Rights Management Joel Baskin, The Feldman Agency Mallory Boutilier, Editor Michael Donley, Streaming Caf� Mike Campbell, The Carlton Mike Rice, RPM Promotion Paul Hinrichs, Spirit Bar Paul Parhar, Flow 93.5 Peter Michael, 106 The Drive Rob Murray, Jack FM Ron Lopata, Warner Music Canada Sam Pickard, Strut Entertainment Sari Delmar, AB Co. Stephanie Mudgett, Editor Steve, The Railway Club Tim Des Islet, Noisemaker Management Troy Arseneault, Talent Buyer Along with a handful of contributors who chose to remain nameless from additional booking agencies, Universal, Sony, radio stations, and venues. Thanks to the help of the above music business experts this book will show you how to: **Develop your craft into a commercially viable business **Start earning money from your music **Get signed by a booking agent **Get a record label deal **Get your music placed in television and film **Get your music on the radio **Book on profitable tours And MUCH, much more smartbandmanagement.com
📒Making It In The Music Business ✍ Lee Wilson
📝Making It in the Music Business Book Synopsis : Early in their careers, most musicians find it hard to believe that their band might ever make enough money to fight over. But sooner than you think, success may arrive, and without clear terms of how the band is organized and who controls what rights, your best friends and fellow musicians may become your worst enemies. Anyone who seeks to enter the complex world of the music business ought to know what to do in order to avoid derailing a high-speed ride to the top of the charts.
📒How To Make It In The New Music Business ✍ Robert Wolff
📝How to Make It in the New Music Business Book Synopsis : How to Make It in the New Music Business leads both novice and professional musicians into today's digital world, helping them to take complete control over all aspects of their music, from writing and performing to recording and selling. Motivating readers to live their dreams, author Robert Wolff shows how anyone can set up and run their own music business and become a highly successful businessman or businesswoman; record major label quality music in their home, aided by tips from music professionals; broadcast that music over their own web site and radio station to a potential audience of over 500 million people via the world wide web; and do it without a major record label's support. Divided into lessons, the book focuses on such key areas of interest as: * Lesson One: Old School vs. New Reality: The Digital Revolution Levels the Playing Field * Lesson Two: Radio & Records: Learning How to Play the Game * Lesson Three: The Illusion of Needing a Record Deal: Courtney Love's Real World Wake-Up Call * Lesson Four: A View from Both Sides of the Fence: Steve Lukather on What's Right & What's Wrong with the Music Business * Lesson Five: Building Your A Team: Who You Need and Who You Don't * Lesson Six: It's All about the Song: Advice & Inspiration from Diane Warren * Lesson Seven: Developing Your Sound: Advice from Bob Bradshaw * Lesson Eight: Finding the Best Recording & Creating Platform for You: Using What the Pros Use * Lesson Nine: Mixing Your Music: Advice from Bob Clearmountain * Lesson Ten: Mastering Your Music: Advice from Bob Ludwig * Lesson Eleven: Launching the Business of "You, Inc"; Powerful Business Strategies That You Too Can Use * Lesson Twelve: Real World New Music Boot Camp: What You Need to Know About Copyrights, Music Publishing, & Licensing * Lesson Thirteen: Premiering Your Music to Listeners All Over the World: Three Steps to Broadcasting & Selling Your Music to a Global Audience The book also includes interviews with some major names in the music business, including Grammy-winning guitarist and composer Steve Lukather, Grammy-winning songwriter Diane Warren, guitar/sound system designer Bob Bradshaw, legendary engineer/producer/record mixer Bob Clearmountain, and sound mixer/masterer Bob Ludwig. How to Make It in the New Music Business is the any person's how-to, offering step-by-step advice to making it in the music business in one's own way, on own's own terms.
📒How To Get Somewhere In The Music Business ✍ Mary Dawson
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📒Start An Independent Record Label Music Business Made Simple ✍ J. S. Rudsenske
📝Start an Independent Record Label Music Business Made Simple Book Synopsis : An indispensable step-by-step guide to releasing your own records and beginning a working independent label. Since the boom of homemade records and independently-minded musicians in the 1980s, the alternative music industry has grown from strength to strength, driven by a policy that privileges the music itself over the aggressive marketing and branding strategies of the majors. You can retain all control and rights to the music you release, allowing you to showcase and sell the music that you believe should be heard. There has never been a better time to begin a label for yourself, and this comprehensive title shows you exactly how it's done, including: Devising a business plan Finding and choosing talent Creating and manufacturing records themselves All aspects of promotion and marketing Distribution and radio Get your company organised and get those records out there right now with the help and advice of this informative guide.
📒Get More Fans ✍ Jesse Cannon
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📒Take Care Of Your Music Business ✍ John P. Kellogg
📝Take Care of Your Music Business Book Synopsis : For all the players in the music business from the artist to the manager and attorney. Contracts with split page analysis, information on copyright principles, business structure and more.
📒The Art Of Music Publishing ✍ Helen Gammons
📝The Art of Music Publishing Book Synopsis : The Art of Music Publishing provides an inspirational framework, reference, and best practice for those working directly in music creation, exploitation, or media content. It outlines the contractual roles and relationships between Publishers, Songwriter-Composers, Producers, Managers, A&R, Games Developers, Investors, Film/TV and Media Executives, in an often complex international environment. The book also examines the political and social impact of new technology on international markets and future revenue streams. Understand music publishing contracts and key terms. Copyright registration, exploitation, licensing, and synchronization. Maximizing revenue from record sales, radio, television, motion pictures, live performances, print, and alternative digital media Catalogue acquisition and valuation. Calculating royalties. Industry structure and international music publishing societies Managing digital rights, online music distribution, and emerging income streams. Includes key insights from leading Industry executives and visionaries
📒Internship Volunteer Opportunities For People Who Love Music ✍ Kathy Furgang
📝Internship Volunteer Opportunities for People Who Love Music Book Synopsis : For teens hoping for a career in music, an internship or volunteer opportunity is a great way to get a foot in the door. Serving as a valuable guide, music lovers are introduced to the wide variety of work experiences available to them, including positions in music performance, music publishing, music production, music education, music therapy, instrument tuning and repair, and more. Readers learn how to find and land an interesting internship or volunteer opportunity in their community, as well as how to make the most of the experience. A varied list of music-related organizations to contact supplements the creative ideas in the text.