How to Make & Sell Your Own Recording: The Complete Guide to Independent Recording

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Prentice Hall, 1999 - Music - 258 pages
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The classic guide to making it as an independent in the music industry--now completely updated for the digital/Internet revolution. Includes detailed business plans and budget worksheets for selling your own music--plus information on managing all your business relationships and avoiding the pitfalls. Rapaport covers step-by-step how to market your music on the Web.

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Contents

PROMOTION
5
MARKET RESEARCH
6
Identify Your Genre
7
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Diane Sward Rapaport began her career in the music business in the late '60s as an artist's manager for Bill Graham and his Fillmore Management company from 1967-74. In 1988 she founded Jerome Headlands Press, a company that specializes in designing, producing, and co-publishing books for musicians and artists. She has also taught online music business courses through the University of Colorado at Denver.

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