By Donald S. Passman
"The bible" (Los Angeles Times), now up-to-date, crucial for an individual within the track business-musicians, songwriters, attorneys, brokers, promoters, publishers, executives, and managers-trying to navigate the swift transformation of the industry.
For greater than 20 years, All you must learn about the song enterprise has been universally considered as the definitive consultant to the song undefined. Now in its 9th variation, this most modern version leads newbies and specialists alike during the the most important, up to date info at the industry's significant adjustments in line with today's speedy technological advances and unsure economy.
Whether you are-or aspire to be-a performer, author, or government, veteran song attorney Donald Passman's accomplished consultant is an imperative instrument. He deals well timed, authoritative details from tips on how to decide upon and lease a profitable staff of advisors and constitution their commissions and costs; navigate the bits and bobs of list bargains, songwriting, publishing, and copyrights; maximize live performance, traveling, and promotion offers; comprehend the electronic streaming companies; and the way to take a accomplished examine the swiftly remodeling panorama of the song enterprise as a whole.
The tune is within the eye of the typhoon, whilst every body within the enterprise is scrambling to determine what's going to ensue to the main labels and what it's going to suggest for the careers of artists and company execs. No musician, songwriter, leisure attorney, agent, promoter, writer, supervisor, or checklist corporation executive-anyone who makes their dwelling from music-can manage to pay for to be with out All you want to learn about the tune company. As Adam Levine, lead singer and guitarist of Maroon five, says, "If you need to be in song, you want to learn this book."
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