How to Make It in the New Music Business: Lessons, Tips and Inspiration from Music's Biggest and Best

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Watson-Guptill Publications, Incorporated, 2004 - Music - 288 pages
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"In 13 lessons, Wolff teaches you why you no longer have to play by old music business rules. Offering information, inspiration, and advice, Wolff and his famous friends show you how to take complete control over your music, your product, and your dream, including: how the digital revolution has leved the playing field ; how to get your music on radio without the support of a major record label ; who you need to have on your A-Team ; how to find the best recording and creating platforms for the music that you can write and record at home ; how to incorporate and launch your own business ; what you need to know about copyrights, music publishing and licensing ; and how to set up your own web site to broadcast and sell your music to a global audience." - back cover.

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Wolff is the President of The Creative Syndicate, an international music, media, and publishing company. He was the producer and co-writer of the award-winning soundtrack for Bruce Lee.

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