Music: The Business
Music Business Handbook and Career Guide
David Baskerville & Tim Baskerville
The ninth edition of this powerhouse best-selling text maintains its tradition as the most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the music industry. The breadth of coverage that this book offers is unlike that of any other title available. Music business newcomers and professionals alike will find the new edition an invaluable resource, whatever their specialty is within the field. Hardcover, 573 pp. $90.95.
All You Need to Know About the Music Business
Donald Passman's expertise in the music industry is unparalleled, and every day he helps his clients though the complexities of this new world. Now in its seventh edition, Passman's classic book is thoroughly updated to give you the information necessary to thrive in this exhilarating and unpredictable environment. No matter who you are -- performer, songwriter, executive, or studio technician -- you won't want to be without this essential book. Hardcover, 458 pp. $42.00.
How to Write Songs for Fun and (Maybe) Profit
Assuming no musical knowledge, Songwriting Success breaks
down the craft of melody and lyric writing into easily digested lessons
that anyone can follow. From putting pen to paper to getting your songs
heard, this easy to follow guide book shows the beginning songwriter
how to integrate the craft's many skills into a seamless artistic and
commercial whole. Softcover, 195 pp. $29.95.
It in the Music Business
In today's competitive music industry, it takes more than just talent
to succeed and survive. Entertainment attorney Lee Wilson provides the
business information and legal advice that songwriters and performers
need before they can afford their own lawyers and managers. Easy-to-understand
and highly informative. Softcover, 239 pp. $29.95.
Ultimate Survival Guide to the New Music Industry
Handbook for Hell
Written by a 15-year veteran of the music industry, this honest and insightful
book tells musicians, songwriters and budding moguls what they should be doing
to succeed. From setting up an indie label to shopping songs and gaining airplay
and getting signed, these invaluable insights are meticulously documented in
an informative guide to creating a career in music. Softcover, 355 pp. $36.95.
How to DJ Right
Frank Broughton and Bill Brewster
The art and science of playing records is de-mystified in this,
the world's most credible and comprehensive guide to DJing. Packed
with hints and tips from the world's best, this book supports all styles
and levels of DJs. Softcover, 283 pp. $20.95.
100 Careers in the Music Business
Tanja L. Crouch
Presents easy-to-understand job descriptions, explanations of duties,
and necessary qualifications for job applicants. Large-format softcover,
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