How to Succeed in the Music Business
Completely revised and updated from the original edition this is a guide to avoiding the pitfalls that can beset a newcomer in the music industry. Designed to help young musicians, it includes sections on songwriting, recording and artist management as well as sample contracts and a guide to terms offered by publishers, record labels and agents.
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