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Making Music Your Business.

Making Music Your Business

Tracy Truly, Atty

Sphinx Publishing/Sourcebooks

Box 4410, Naperville, IL 60567-4410

1572484861 $18.95

Music and giving performances is one thing, but making money doing it is something else again: you need more than talent to be successful, and Making Music Your Business: A Practical Guide To Making Money Doing What You Love covers all the business basics of the industry. Here are topics not usually given much treatment in more general business or music books, from how to use a booking agent and public original music to finding a manager, performing on tour, and selling your own cds. The business of publishing, signing contracts, protecting copyright--all is covered under one cover.
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Title Annotation:Making Music Your Business: A Practical Guide to Making Money Doing What You Love
Publication:The Bookwatch
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Oct 1, 2005
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