How to Make & Sell Your Own Recording: The Complete Guide to Independent Recording
The classic guide to making it as an independent in the music industry--now completely updated for the digital/Internet revolution. Includes detailed business plans and budget worksheets for selling your own music--plus information on managing all your business relationships and avoiding the pitfalls. Rapaport covers step-by-step how to market your music on the Web.
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