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Finally, an easy to understand resource that gives musicians essential facts about intellectual property and residual income. In a matter of minutes, this book helps you to understand the technical aspects of music publishing that would otherwise take years to learn. It is pragmatic in its approach to inform the reader about each task and how to accomplish it. Anyone who takes the music business seriously must add this to his library. With the advent of the home studio and a myriad of digital music distribution services, songwriters have the ability to sell their music globally overnight. What most artist lack is a comprehensive understanding of the administrative responsibilities required to ensure full compensation for their work. Practically every other book written on the topic of music publishing is filled with complicated legal language that must be read and reread to gain proficiency. Handle Your Business: Music Publisher is a simple and quick guide through the process and can be accomplished in real time. Now, every person from grade school to professional has easy access to make better decisions on monetizing their work. This book has all the pertinent information in one place and its application is immediate. For instance, very few musicians realize that they are entitled to royalties when playing their music publicly but it requires documentation of its performance. We have countless potential customers taking pictures of our makeshift cover as a reminder to make a purchase when the book becomes available. We were intentional about the title and the branding in order to create and maintain a buzz. So enjoy this book and stay tuned for others in the series that will focus on all aspects of being a complete musician and knowledgeable about the music business!

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001038405117
    • ISBN:  9780985763138

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