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Books and Audio Books on the art of working in the music business including insider info, tips and advice on marketing, promoting, merchandising, advertising and publicising your act/band plus attracting attention from audiences, management, press and record company personell. Please Note: Prices are provided as a general guide, latest prices are available from the suppliers site. All links open in a new window.

Book CoverA Singer's Guide to Getting Work
by John Byrne, Julie Payne
Synopsis
This book is aimed at beginners, with advice for anyone wanting to launch or maintain their professional singing career, this manual focuses on the realities of starting a career and making a living in singing. The styles of singing covered include pop, soul, country, folk, jazz and classical. From finding the right singing teacher to getting an agent, from performing live to recording, the author offers tips that seek to inspire and encourage beginners and help those already in the profession to take their careers to the next level.
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A User's Guide to Copyright
by Michael F. Flint Butterworth
Widely regarded as the leading introductory text for copyright law, Flint: A User's Guide to Copyright is now in its fifth edition. This acclaimed book explains the law and scope of copyright and provides answers to the problems that arise in practice. The text takes account of significant developments emanating from the EC including the European Design Directive, the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the Data Protection Act 1998. The text covers design and industrial designs, EU law and copyright, copyright and designers and on-line services, making this a highly accessible reference source for both specialist IP lawyers and anyone who has any involvement with copyright law.
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Book Cover Image All You Need To Know About The Music Business
by Donald Passman
A music business attorney who explains the workings of the music business in a well written and easy to read manner that explains how the music business works, how to put together your own team and start down the road to music business success. Whether you are—or aspire to be—a performer, writer, or executive, veteran music lawyer Donald Passman’s comprehensive guide is an indispensable tool. He offers timely, authoritative information from how to select and hire a winning team of advisors and structure their commissions and fees; navigate the ins and outs of record deals, songwriting, publishing, and copyrights; maximize concert, touring, and merchandising deals; understand the digital streaming services; and how to take a comprehensive look at the rapidly transforming landscape of the music business as a whole. The music industry is in the eye of the storm, when everyone in the business is scrambling to figure out what’s going to happen to the major labels and what it will mean for the careers of artists and business professionals. No musician, songwriter, entertainment lawyer, agent, promoter, publisher, manager, or record company executive—anyone who makes their living from music—can afford to be without All You Need to Know About the Music Business. As Adam Levine, lead singer and guitarist of Maroon 5, says, “If you want to be in music, you have to read this book.”
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An Essential Guide for Serious singers and Musicians
by Saphron Watson
This revised, and state-of-the-art edition; will keep you in touch with modern changes inside the music business. This book will show how the likes of Adele, Miley Cyrus and Justine Beiber made their lucky break into the music scene in these modern times. The music scene has experienced 21st century changes such as the influx of social networking sites which can be used to promote your band as big as the Beatles if you know how! This book will take you through the stages developing you while making your disadvantage becoming your strength! However the flipside to this, the 21st century has also been to some extent a curse for the modern up and coming artist leaving many insolvent due to the number of file sharing and music download which is ruining not only the music industry; but also having an effect on the income of new artists. But you can avoid this by running your band as a viable business while knowing how to live with this technology and working alongside it and this book will show you how you can still make loads of money endorsing your music the right way with or without a manager or promoter! This book explains everything you need to know about music lawyers, and their qualification and what their LLB means. It also goes into music contract, MCPS, Musician Union and why you should join one, and how MCP how royalties are collected, and paid to you. What you will find plus more in this heavy duty book is:- Dealing with bad music managers once you signed their contracts! How to copyright your songs and if the band breaks up who owns them. How copyright works and who really wins if your songs are stolen! Why the music industry today is more about hype than talent today. Why you should never sign a five year contract no matter how tempting it looks! Dirty dealings which goes on inside the music business, and why it was doomed to fail! Music Publishers and how they work for you Promoting your band as a business and merchandise. The Importance of marketing your band and why it can be catastrophic How Justine Beiber could have lost everything all because of bad marketing! Tribute Bands and your lawful responsibility Vocalist guide to working in a full sized band and more…
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Booking, Promoting And Marketing Your Music
by Nyree Belleville
Join the indie revolution! This book offers the step-by-step tools that you need to make a good living as a musician and performer! You’ll be introduced to the ten rules of successful musicians, how to record and releas a CD on your own label, book shows at alternative venues that pay well, techniques for selling thousands of albums; how to deal with bookers, how to let go of the "starving artist" mentality and much more! This book will show you how to leave tradition behind, carving your own path in booking shows, recording albums, promoting your music and everything in between. This book will be your constant reference on recording, booking, managing, promoting and selling your music.
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Book Cover Image Branding Yourself Online
How to Use the Internet to Become a Celebrity or Expert in Your Field
by Bob Baker - Read his Marketing Articles.
Provides tons of ways to use the Internet to become a recognisable authority - maintain a personal web site, distribute free articles, get listed in directories and databases, write an e-mail newsletter and much more. Whether the reader has a product or service to sell, is looking for a job, or just wants to increase their online network of contacts, they will benefit from personal branding.
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Book Cover Image Cash Tracks: Compose, Produce, and Sell Your Original Soundtrack Music and Jingles
by Jeffrey P. Fisher
There is a huge demand for professional compositions for movies, TV, video, radio, and other multimedia formats. This authoritative guide will show you exactly how to write and sell your original soundtrack music and jingles. Find out how you can take advantage of this demand and make a successful career for yourself. This new, updated second edition of his original book How to Make Money Scoring Soundtracks and Jingles provides musicians with all the latest information they need to make jingles and score video productions. With so many changes in the industry, this is a much-needed revision to this popular guide. With major emphasis on promotion, this book covers some new technological information based on today's soundtrack composition techniques. With a huge demand for professional compositions for movies, TV, video, radio, and other multimedia formats, this book delves into how to take advantage of this demand and make a successful career. Fisher educates readers on how to organize production resources, prepare and present demo recordings, work with clients, craft profit-producing copy, promote work, protect themselves legally, get the money they deserve and more.
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Book Cover Image Confessions of a Record Producer
How to survive the Scams & Shams of the Music Business
by Moses Avalon
Confession is good for the soul! Here Avalon pseudonymously exposes the ways the recording industry can take advantage of budding artists. Avalon started in the business 15 years ago as a studio engineer and went on to produce records. He has also composed soundtracks for several independent films and now consults for artist managers, record labels, and investors. Avalon examines the various stages of the record deal. He explains the role of each person involved and suggests what that person's self-interest is. He also contrasts the differences among deals at the major labels, independents, and vanity labels, and he discusses "baby" deals between artists and production companies. Avalon's final cut is a medley of stories, rumors, and myths about ways people can be or have been "ripped-off." Though sometimes too blunt, Avalon provides a caveat that novices could miss out on elsewhere. David Rouse. For more than 15 years, Confessions of a Record Producer has exposed the inner workings of the music business and empowered artists to protect their interests. With inside knowledge and hard numbers, Moses Avalon reveals the truth of how the industry functions (or dysfunctions), showing what artists actually make from their hits and how producers, labels, managers, and even the artists' own lawyers conspire to rip them off. This is the only music business trade book that:, Intimately analyzes the differences between ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC, Compares different types of record deals using real-world math and dollar figures, Speaks critically about relationships between big industry entities and how they can hurt artists, Gives the reasoning behind major industry trends and decisions, particularly recent deals with Spotify, Apple, etc. Since the first edition's release in 1998, Confessions has grown from an underground favorite to a widely read staple, evolving along the way to address Internet-age realities and the pitfalls coming with rapidly changing technologies. This new, fifth edition tackles the complexities of music streaming and how the diminishing revenue it provides is becoming the new normal for an industry that has shrunk by half in less than two decades. Fully updated with recent industry developments and the latest scams, Confessions of a Record Producer remains a must for artists who want to survive, thrive, and get their fair share.
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This is a 2016 Revised Version of the popular Confessions Book


Book Cover Image Everything You'd Better Know About the Record Industry
by Kashif and Gary Greenburg
Midwest Book Review
Everything You'd Better Know About the Record Industry is "must" reading for anyone seeking to engage the music business professionally. Everything You'd Better Know About The Record Industry is about how to find success in the music business and how to make money doing it. by answering all the questions -- especially those that the novice wouldn't even know to ask! Included are over 150 pages of contracts and their explanatory notes, information on obtaining recording and publishing deals, understanding how royalties are calculated, choosing the right manager, and what it takes to start your own record company. Comprehensive and comprehensible, this is an urgently recommended addition to the reference shelves of every music department and community library collection
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Five Star Music Makeover
An engaging all-in-one guide designed specifically for aspiring artists. In order to achieve success in today's music industry, artists must first do a great deal of work on their own. Learning the required skills can take years of real-life experience, and hiring personal coaches, studio professionals, and consultants can be costly. But now, for the first time, there's an invaluable resource to help you meet these challenges. Written by five experts with over 100 years of collective experience, both on and off the stage, this unique book covers five key skills every musician needs to succeed: (1) improving vocal production/technique; (2) writing memorable and marketable songs; (3) recording your ultimate EP; (4) navigating the publishing world; and (5) promoting music effectively. Also included are insiders' stories and anecdotes, helpful tips, creative exercises, celebrity interviews, and all the practical expertise necessary to develop a successful music career. Five Star Music Makeover is a complete and practical career guide – a resource that transforms artists from good to great.
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Book Cover Image Guerilla Music Marketing Handbook
by Bob Baker - Read his Marketing Articles.
201 self-promotion ideas for songwriters, musicians and bands on how to market yourself or your product online from this expert in the field. With this manual, you'll discover that music marketing doesn't have to be expensive to be effective. Whether you're promoting a fast-growing indie label or a one-man or one-woman act from your basement, the Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook gives you the tools you need to get the maximum bang for your buck.
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Book Cover Image Guide To Releasing An Independent Record
Tim Sweeney
Packed with hundreds of money-saving tips, helpful hints, and never-before-revealed secret strategies used by industry insiders, this informative guide will teach how you to set up your own independent record label; make a great-sounding record without spending a lot of money; get quality distribution into major retail chains and indie record stores; design a winning promotional strategy for your release; convince college and commercial radio stations to play your record, and use the exposure generated by your release to bring! yourself to the attenetion of a larger label
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Book Cover Image How to Pitch and Promote Your Songs
by Fred Koller
An invaluable guide and tutorial for song promoters on understanding the music business, getting your songs recorded, pitching and promoting your music to the right people. To help songwriters capitalize on this demand for songs and understand the many changes and pitfalls within the industry, a veteran songwriter now shares his success secrets. Recording pioneers would hardly recognize the music industry today. While new acts rise and fall, technology such as CD burners and Internet file sharing programs ignite battles over copyrights and royalties. One aspect of music that has not changed, however, is the industry's insatiable appetite for new songs. Fred Koller, whose hundreds of recorded compositions include three number one hit songs, has fully revised and expanded his classic guide How to Pitch and Promote Your Songs.
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How Not To Make It In The Pop World
(The diary of an almost has been)
by John Barrow
New book by Tenor Sax man John Barrow who is one of the journeymen of pop music. In a playing career spanning more than twenty years he has played and recorded with world name artists and producers including: BOY GEORGE / CULTURE CLUB / THE FUN BOY THREE / IGGY POP / MUSICAL YOUTH / THE SWINGING LAURELS / JERRY DAMMERS / LAUREL AITKEN / THE CLASH / RHODA DAKAR (THE SPECIALS) / CRAZYHEAD / THE BEAUTIFUL SOUTH / BANANARAMA. He has appeared on top-flight television and radio shows and played live in fifteen countries. This book catalogues exhilarating highs and desolate lows with humorous anecdotes. From a start playing funk in a covers band in the clubs of the 70s, to achieving chart status and Top of the Pops appearances. Always on the periphery, never quite hitting the pay dirt, this is the tale of one mans quest for unlimited world-wide fame and fortune.
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Book Cover Image How to Make It in the Music Business
by Sian Pattenden
Invaluable information on the Music Industry.  Your career in the City starts here! A City career can mean a life in the fast lane, a monstrous salary and bonus package with an expense account to match. Or it could mean working in a grey suit in a grey organisation with a gold watch as the only bright spot on the horizon. If you want to succeed and have fun you need to know where to start, who's who in the profession of your choice and how to network. Good qualifications are a must in certain fields but in the City drive, enthusiasm and charisma are what really count. If it's a City career you're after, this guide will keep you two steps ahead of the competition. Don't tell your friends.
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Book Cover ImageHow To Make It in the New Music Business:
Practical Tips on Building a Loyal Following and Making a Living as a Musician
by Ari Herstand
Forget everything you think you know about the odds of “making it” in the music industry. Today, odds mean nothing and success is not about lucky breaks. It’s about conquering social media, mastering the art of merchandising and simply working harder and being smarter than everyone else. We are living in the midst of an industry renaissance, one that has left the record companies desperately struggling to maintain their prominence, as a subculture of dedicated, DIY (do-it-yourself) musicians have taken over. These days talent is a given and success has to be earned. In 2008, Ari Herstand boldly turned in his green Starbucks apron to his manager, determined to make a living off his craft as a singer/songwriter. Almost a decade later, he has become a founding member of the new DIY movement and a self-sustaining musician, all without the help of a major label. Now, drawing from years of experience, Herstand has written the definitive guide for other like-minded artists, the ones who want to forge their own path and not follow the traditional markers of success, like record sales, hits on the radio or the amount of your label advance. Incredibly comprehensive and brutally honest throughout, How to Make It in the New Music Business covers every facet of the "new" business, including how to: Build a grass-roots fan base?and understand the modern fan, Book a profitable tour, and tips for playing live, such as opening vs. headlining etiquette, and putting on a memorable show, Become popular on YouTube, Spotify and SoundCloud, Get songs placed in film and television, Earn royalties you didn’t know existed and reach your crowdfunding goals, Musicians will not only be introduced to all the tools available today but will be shown how to effectively leverage them to actually make money. More important, they will develop the mindset to be aware of new advancements both online and in the real world and always stay in tune with a constantly evolving landscape. There has never been a better time to be an independent musician. Today, fans can communicate with their idols by simply picking up their phones, artists are able to produce studio-worthy content from their basement and albums are funded not by "record men" but by generous, engaged supporters. As result, How to Make It in the New Music Business is a must-have guide for anyone hoping to navigate the increasingly complex yet advantageous landscape that is the modern music industry
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Book Cover ImageHow to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck:
Advice to Make Any Amateur Look Like a Pro
Steve Stockman
"How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck" is all about the language of video. It's about how to think like a director, regardless of equipment (amateurs think about the camera, and pros think about communication). It's about the rules developed over a century of movie-making - which work just as well when shooting a two-year-old's birthday party. Written by Steve Stockman, the director of "Two Weeks" (2007), plus TV shows, music videos, and hundreds of commercials, "How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck" explains in 74 short, pithy, insightful chapters how to tell a story and entertain your audience. Here's how to think in shots - how to move-point-shoot-stop-repeat, instead of planting yourself in one spot and pressing 'Record' for five minutes. Why never to shoot until you see the whites of your subject's eyes. Why to 'zoom' with your feet and not the lens. How to create intrigue on camera. The book covers the basics of framing, lighting, sound (use an external mic), editing, special effects (turn them off), and gives specific advice on how to shoot a variety of specific situations: sporting events, parties and family gatherings, graduations and performances. Plus, how to make instructional and promotional videos, how to make a music video, how to capture stunts, and much more. At the end of every chapter is a suggestion of how to immediately put what you learned into practice, so the next time you're shooting you'll have begun to master the skill. Accompanying the book is a website with video clips to illustrate different rules, techniques, and situations.
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Book Cover ImageMusic: The Business - 6th Edition:
Fully revised and updated, including the latest changes to Copyright law
Ann Harrison
This essential and highly acclaimed guide, now updated and revised in its sixth edition, explains the business of the British music industry. Drawing on her extensive experience as a media lawyer, Ann Harrison offers a unique, expert opinion on the deals, the contracts and the business as a whole. She examines in detail the changing face of the music industry and provides absorbing and up-to-date case studies. Whether you’re a recording artist, songwriter, music business manager, industry executive, publisher, journalist, media student, accountant or lawyer, this practical and comprehensive guide is indispensable reading. Fully revised and updated. Includes: The current types of record and publishing deals, and what you can expect to see in the contracts. A guide to making a record, manufacture, distribution, branding, marketing, merchandising, sponsorship, band arrangements and touring. The most up-to-date information on copyright law and related rights. An in-depth look at digital downloads, streaming, online marketing and piracy. Case studies illustrating key developments and legal jargon explained.
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Produce & Promote Your Music Video (Book and DVD)
by Greg Forest. With this DIY guide, musicians will learn everything they need to know to produce their own quality music video using the latest software and hardware and tried-and-true production techniques.
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Book Cover Image Ruthless Self-Promotion in the Music Industry
by Jeffrey P. Fisher
To be successful in today's highly competitive music industry, you must be a promotion fanatic. Promotion is the key to getting your music heard or securing a music industry job, and "Ruthless Self-Promotion in the Music Industry, Second Edition," provides the tools and strategies needed to succeed. The completely revised and updated content features new promotional approaches that work effectively in today's music industry. The author defines ruthless self-promotion as the unrelenting pursuit of new business and the book teaches the reader how to concentrate their promotions on reaching the greatest number of people who want what the reader has to offer. Extensive detail of every aspect of promotion - from relationship building to sales tactics - is included as well as step-by-step action plans for implementing the many strategies in the book. This book is written for anyone looking to succeed in the music business, from the professional, to the amateur, to the student. Despite the ever-changing nature of the music industry, one constant remains: you must become a ruthless promotion fanatic to achieve success. There are no quick fixes or shortcuts to fame and fortune in the music business. But if you truly desire success and are dedicated to putting your time, energy, money, patience, and talent to the task, you can achieve the notoriety you desire...if you learn the art of ruthless self-promotion. "Ruthless Self-Promotion in the Music Industry, Second Edition" is not a book about how to compose, play, or produce music; it's the key to the magic forumula for building your music career, reaching your goals, and achieving what you want, need, and feel you deserve. Effective promotion is a journey that never ends, and you will find yourself returning to this comprehensive, up-to-date reference again and again as you pursue your musical goals.
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Book Cover Image Secrets of Negotiating a Recording Contract
By Moses Avalon
The inside story on how to decipher music recording contracts - Shows artists, lawyers, managers, and others how to read and understand recording contracts - Sheds light on complex industry issues, such as music distribution on the Internet. - By the author of Confessions of a Record Producer To help artists avoid signing contracts laced with hidden agendas, Code Cracker exposes the multi-layered language of recording agreements that are crafted by major label lawyers. This book dissects and deciphers actual recording contracts, literally translating them into "real English" and presenting the originals and translations side by side. Grouping the contracts' clauses by issue - advances, royalties, distribution, and more - the book explains the need for each clause, offers advice on negotiating certain points, and outlines alternatives for developing new contracts. This user-friendly guide defines common terms that have been uniquely redefined by the music industry and label lawyers, and features plenty of entertaining insider stories.
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Book Cover Image Stuff the Music Business
by Will Ashurst
An entertaining book covering all the areas a band might want to consider when trying to make it on your own without the help of more traditional companies such as record, publishing, marketing and distribution companies.   Packed full of hints, tips, ideas and recommendations from an author who is also an experienced artist manager it constructively explains what difficulties bands face in the world at large, what constitutes a good deal, what kinds of deal there are, how distribution and licensing work and how it all fits together overall.  The comprehensive appendices of useful companies cross all categories and useful example contracts including a 'pro-forma' distribution licence are a real boon!
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Book Cover Image The Band's Guide to Getting a Record Deal
by Will Ashurst
An excellent book covering everything a band needs to know if they want to get on in the music business.

Solid, no nonsense information and advice on management, record companies, music solicitors, publishing companies, gigging, agents, promoters, self marketing, demos etc., is accompanied by useful addresses and example contracts.

Interspersed with real life anecdotes, this book outlines the pitfalls, explains the music industry and guides the reader through the intricate maze from demo to deal.

Will Ashurst has provided an essential aid to beginners and experienced musicians alike who are serious about the music business.
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The Complete Guide to Internet Promotion
for Musicians, Artists, & Songwriters
Tim Sweeney
It has never been easier or more inexpensive to put your music online and promote it. With a strong online presence, you can gain more exposure for your music than ever before. The Complete Guide to Internet Promotion for Musicians, Artists & Songwriters takes you step-by-step through the web design and promotion process, to covering everything you need to know to succeed on the Internet.
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The Indie Bible
by David Wimble
The definitive resource for independent musicians for getting exposure on the internet, listing radio stations that will play your music, publications that will review your music, and Services tht will help SELL your CDs sorted by genre and country, Web Sites where you can UPLOAD your music files or find useful resources!
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Book Cover ImageThis Business of Concert Promotion and Touring:
"A Practical Guide to Creating, Selling, Organizing, and Staging Concerts"
by Richard D. Barnet and Jake Berry Ray Waddell
This Business of Concert Promotion & Touring is a practical guide to creating, selling, organising and staging concerts. It's a nuts and bolts book that addresses not only the business side of concert promotion, but the technical and artisitc sides as well. This is a title geared towards all audiences, from amateur to professional musicians, concert promoters, venue owners and managers, college student activities committee members and advisors, cultural arts organisations, fundraising organisations and, of course, univertsity and music school students and libraries.
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Book Cover Image What They'll Never Tell You about the Music Business
by Peter M. Thall
This book reveals what most savvy music executives already know and hope readers never find out! This insider guide discloses the often unfortunate consequences of what really happens when a deal is made and alerts musicians, attorneys, managers, songwriters, music executives, accountants, A & R people, investors, producers-- everyone interested in the music business-- to the dangers lurking beneath the surface of this incredibly competitive industry. "What They'll Never Tell You about the Music Business" covers virtually every aspect of the music industry. International Musician, the official journal of the American federation of Musicians, said "Stop! And read this book before you make another move in the [music business]. Ric Ocasek, record producer and musician agrees: This book is like a map, showing how to avoid the danger zones in the music business. Amazon.com readers have called it awe-inspiring, often hair raising...that's as good as having a friend...in the music business...Destined to become a classic; This book...approaches the music industry from angles no other book is even aware of. It is a must read for everyone planning a career in the music industry. No one in this business should be without this great contribution to the "good fight," and This is by far the most informative book on the business of music. It is imperative that anyone considering a career in music gain as much knowledge as possible about the business. Peter M. Thall, an attorney for 35 years, has represented everyone from ABBA and Barry Manilow to The Cars, Foreigner and The Jayhawks. He's got the beat and he's willing to share it with you. (Watson-Guptill Publications)
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Book Cover ImageYouTube: An Insiders Guide to Climbing the Charts
by Alan Lastufka and Michael W. Dean
Want to make a splash on YouTube? Even go viral? You've come to the right place. This book is written by two veteran 'Tubers who live their art and know what they're talking about -- especially Alan Lastufka, a.k.a. "fallofautumndistro," who has over 50,000 YouTube subscribers and over 6 million views. Alan and co-author Michael W. Dean show you how to make a quality video, and how to optimize, encode, upload, and promote it. This book can't promise you'll be rich and famous, but it can tell you how to make great video art, and what you need to do to get your work seen. You'll learn about: Storytelling and directing, Shooting, editing, and rendering, Creating your very own channel, Broadcasting user-generated content, Re-broadcasting commercial content, Cultivating a devoted audience, Fitting into the YouTube community, Becoming a success story, Join Alan, who makes part of his living from YouTube, and Michael, a successful filmmaker, author, and D.I.Y. art pioneer. They'll take you from the basics of gear to making it big on YouTube, with a focus on networking and interaction. You'll also sit in on informative interviews with YouTube stars LisaNova, Hank Green (vlogbrothers), WhatTheBuckShow, nalts, and liamkylesullivan. Alan and Michael understand viral marketing -- and they know what it takes to get your work on everyone's YouTube radar. And, once you read this book, so will you.
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