Making and Marketing Music: The Musician's Guide to Financing, Distributing, and Promoting Albums

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Allworth Press, 2004 - Music - 257 pages
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This handy guide will help musicians of all levels decide when to make an album to best compliment their skills and meet the objectives of a music career. Now revised and expanded to cover new challenges within the music industry, this volume also includes new interviews with top industry figures such as P Diddy, Ozzy Osbourne, and members of Linkin Park. This edition also has input from more experts and people in the forefront of the changing music world. With an emphasis on honing band recognition and developing an income stream through album sales, this book reveals the necessary steps in raising money, creating, distributing, and marketing albums, and offers tips for making the endeavor profitable. A must-have for anyone hoping to make money from recording music!

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Summers, a music industry journalist and the president of World View Media, shows "the easiest, most economical ways to make an album and get it heard." She walks the musician through the myriad ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Jodi Summers
is the author of Moving up in the Music Business (1-58115-061-x). She lives in Santa Monica.

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