How to Be a Record Producer in the Digital Era

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Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony, Jun 2, 2010 - Music - 256 pages
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The insider’s guide to becoming an insider. Want to become a record producer? Get this book. It’s the authoritative, up-to-the-minute guide to getting what it takes to become a success in today’s exciting, hyper-competitive music business. For musicians interested in hands-on record production, for aspiring pros, for anyone with an interest in the business aspects of producing, author Megan Perry has the full inside story. With full information on developing skills, building a clientele, and managing a business, plus interviews from industry insiders and tips on negotiating with record labels, artists’ managers, and artists themselves, How to Be a Record Producer in the Digital Era is the go-to guide for any aspiring music pro.

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Incredibly informative. If nothing else, Perry clarifies all the distinct roles and players within the production process, and the specific role a producer plays amidst all the various relationships ... Read full review


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About the author (2010)

Megan Perry, the author of "Wired: Musicians' Home Studios," has worked at NRG Recording Studios and Moir/Marie. Her writing and photography are seen in "Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, Revolver, "and other top music publications. She lives in Seattle.

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