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Book details
  • Genre:MUSIC
  • SubGenre:Business Aspects
  • Language:English
  • Pages:29
  • eBook ISBN:9781885711267

Music Business Resource Manual

by Judy Caplan Ginsburgh

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The Music Business Resource Manual contains lots of helpful information on getting started as an Independent Musician. Includes information on Deciding Where You Belong, Getting an Audience, Producing a CD, Marketing, Copyright, ISBN/UPC Codes, Distribution, Tax Tips and more. Also contains an extensive resource section containing websites, organizations and books that will be helpful to any musician's career.
The Music Business Resource Manual will be an essential tool for any musicians trying to get started in the business. There are so many outlets for getting your music out there to be heard today, but the ins and outs of the music business can be daunting. You need to be informed and educated in order to be a successful Independent Musician. You need to treat your career as a business. It is important to know about copyright protection, mechanical rights, how to market your music, creating a unique presence for yourself/your band, marketing your music, touring, etc. This books gives lots of immediately usable information about all of these aspects of the music business and more. The book contains an extensive resource section at the end which lists dozens of books, organizations and websites that will help with any musician's career. Musicians just starting out as well as seasoned musicians can all learn something from this book. Lots of facts written in concise paragraphs. A book you will refer to over and over again.
About the author
Judy Caplan Ginsburgh is a multi-award winning vocalist, songwriter and music educator with 30 years experience in the music business. She has toured throughout North America, has produced over a dozen recordings and DVDs, and has authored several music curriculum books. She also founded and ran Jewish Entertainment Resources, an organization that helped Jewish performers learn about the business side of performing, find resources and obtain bookings. Judy also has years of experience planning and running music events all over the United States. With this book, she shares her knowledge of the business and extensive resources which will be helpful to anyone who wants to share their talents with an audience.