How to make & sell your own recording: the complete guide to independent recording
How to Make and Sell Your Own Recordings, the book that helped launch the indie music revolution, has just been completely updated to reflect today's dramatic technological and business changes -- and show musicians exactly how to build their careers without selling their souls! Learn exactly what the Internet revolution means to you, and how to use the Internet's unprecedented power to market and promote your own music. Learn how to manage your business relationships with distributors; and what you need to know about the "new generation" of independent niche distributors. Understand the role of computer software for editing; minidisc and other new digital formats; what you need to know about copyright; and much more. The Fifth Edition includes new mini-case histories that show exactly how independent artists have succeeded in every genre. You'll find detailed business plans and budget worksheets for both cassette and CD production, and more. Foreword by internationally-recognized musician Loreena McKennitt, who started her own successful Quinlan Road label using the guidance in an earlier edition of this book.
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