How to Make Money in Music: A Guidebook for Success in Today's Music Business
Highlights career opportunities in the multibillion-dollar music industry, providing essential information on such topics as recording studios, contracts, advertising, auditions, and copyrights
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Opportunities in the Music Business
WHAT THE RECORD COMPANIES LOOK FOR
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