Description : Music Business Essentials takes musicians and beginning business students on a journey which imparts not only vital “nuts and bolts” information about the business of music, but provides inspirational and practical tips from a veteran traveler who has successfully navigated his own music business path to success for over 25 years.
Description : This Book Makes it Easy for Almost Anyone to Generate Over $500,000.00 or More a Year as An Independent Artist in The Music Industry! Get the Insiders Secrets on How To Successfully: . Negotiate TOP DOLLAR when booking shows . Promote yourself PROFESSIONALLY . Develop the TOOLS YOU NEED to make a name for yourself . BREAK OUT of the gig to gig existence . Have clubs LINING UP to book YOU! . EARN MORE MONEY from the gigs you are already working . ALWAYS have a venue to play . Organize a HIGH PAYING TOUR . Work the media for MAXIMUM EXPOSURE . Negotiate for FREE advertising . Sell your CDs WITHOUT A RECORD LABEL . GRAB THE ATTENTION of the 'big guys' . SUCCESSFULLY promote yourself to the 'hidden markets' . MAKE YOURSELF RICH AND FAMOUS If you're seriously ready to kick start your career, this is the book you need, It's everything you need to make it to the top, except the talent!
Description : No matter what genre of music you're into, this book is for you Ty shows you step-by-step: / How to make bucket loads of cash with your music Without a record deal. / How to get top websites, to promote and sell your music, then send you a big fat juicy royalty check every month / How to attract fans that will buy everything you sell to them, including your music, DVDs, posters, t-shirts and more / How to set up a free, professional website that you can sell your music and merchandise from, all on auto-pilot, hands free, 24 hours-a-day, raking in truckloads of cash / How to easily place your music online in the form of MP3's, and video for millions to hear. / And More Why Settle and Earn Royalties of Only 2 to 3% of Your Music's Sales, When You Can Get Paid 100% Using the Information Ty Cohen Teaches in this Book? P.S. Get Your copy now Ty Cohen Platinum Millennium Publishing www.MusicBizPhoneBook.com
Description : Biermans work is a collection of vital facts for those pursuing a career in the music industry who have limited research time available. The book provides key pieces of information that have been gathered, summarized, structured, and put into context for easy comprehension. (Music)
Description : The Music Industry Handbook, Second edition is an expert resource and guide for all those seeking an authoritative and user-friendly overview of the music industry today. The new edition includes coverage of the latest developments in music streaming, including new business models created by the streaming service sector. There is also expanded exploration of the music industry in different regions of the UK and in other areas of Europe, and coverage of new debates within the music industry, including the impact of copyright extensions on the UK music industry and the business protocols involved when music is used in film and advertising. The Music Industry Handbook, Second edition also includes: in-depth explorations of different elements of the music industry, including the live music sector, the recording industry and the classical music business analysis of business practices across all areas of the industry, including publishing, synchronisation and trading in the music industry profiles presenting interviews with key figures workings in the music industry detailed further reading for each chapter and a glossary of essential music industry terms.
Description : (Berklee Press). Learn copyright essentials in order to succeed in today's music industry. With the free-form exchange of music files and musical ideas online, understanding copyright laws has become essential to career success in the new music marketplace. This cutting-edge, plain-language guide shows you how copyright law drives the contemporary music industry. Whether you are an artist, lawyer, entertainment Web site administrator, record label executive, student, or other participant in the music industry, this book will help you understand how copyright law affects you, helping you use the law to your benefit. Topics include basic copyright law, the Copyright Act, proper licenses for the legal online delivery of music, high profile court decisions related to copyright violations, using music on sites like MySpace and YouTube, and much more.
Description : The internet has given artists the ability to share their music with the world instantly. But many artists jump in without knowing exactly what they're getting into. What resources are available? How have other artists used them? What kind of success can you hope for? What happens when your band breaks up? What happens if your band gets signed? All these questions are addressed in The Working Musician: Essentials of the Music Business for New Artists. Featuring interviews with artists like Timothy Nordwind of OK Go, Chris Arbisi of White Trash, Matthew Taylor of Moses Mayfield and others, this book can help new artists learn about the history of the music business, what resources are out there, how to manage their business, what to know about copyright, and advice from people who have been there.
Description : As a constantly evolving and developing industry, the music business environment continues to establish new standards in terms of operational efficiency, dynamics between the different parties involved in the professional cycles, and constructing and performing methodologies in the process of achieving the desired results that all the participants in the music world have to adapt to in order to establish a sustainable career. Hence, the main purpose of this book is to provide practical advice suitable to both aspiring music professionals and artists that need detailed guidance in the process of developing the basis of a fruitful, promising, and sustainable profile, not only in terms of business performance, but psychologically as well.
Description : How do you avoid being ripped off by unscrupulous promoters, or what to do if you really, really want to punch your bass player? That's where this Cut the Crap Guide comes in. Based on real musicians' experiences. it is designed to cover the things you really need to know: how to get gigs, how to get on the radio, how to make money from music, and how to avoid playing in front of three drunks and a murderer on a damp Tuesday in Dunfermline.