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- Soluble LLC 2012; US$ 4.99
Unlike most music-industry books, this guide is a gritty, punky, and irreverent real-life look at what goes into being a musician. Removing the rose-colored glasses, Martin Atkins?a lifelong music-industry professional?delivers the truth about the music business and its struggles with razor-sharp wit. Potential pitfalls are laid bare among illustrations... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 109.95
This book traces the evolution of the recording format from its roots in the first sound recording experiments, to its survival in the world of digital technologies. Each chapter explores a different element: the groove, the disc shape, the label, vinyl itself, the album, the single, the b-side and the 12" single, the sleeve. By anatomising the... more...
- Indiana University Press 2013; US$ 21.99
In a piano factory tucked away in Richmond, Indiana, Gennett Records produced thousands of records featuring obscure musicians from hotel orchestras and backwoods fiddlers to the future icons of jazz, blues, country music, and rock 'n' roll. From 1916 to 1934, the company debuted such future stars as Louis Armstrong, King Oliver, Bix Beiderbecke,... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 39.95
Your recording can make or break a record, and a clean recording is an essential catalyst for a record deal. Professional engineers with exceptional skills can earn vast amounts of money be in demand from the biggest acts. To develop such skills you need to master both the art and science of recording. Rehearsal to Monitor Mix gives you all you... more...
- Springer 2013; US$ 79.95
Das Buch befasst sich mit der Vertragspraxis und den Rechtsfragen des Künstlermanagementvertrages im Musikbereich. Schwerpunkt des ersten Teils ist eine umfassende Vertragsanalyse der typischen Regelungen und Pflichtenprogramme zwischen Künstlern und Managern anhand von Praxis- und Musterverträgen. Im zweiten Teil wird die Rechtsnatur... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 39.95
For aspiring career builders in the music business this book provides a fascinating insight and a wealth of detail on the rock and pop industry. The book includes routes into the music business and a directory listing. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 39.95
Music Genres and Corporate Cultures explores the seemingly haphazard workings of the music industry, tracing the uneasy relationship between economics and culture; `entertainment corporations' and the artists they sign. Keith Negus examines the contrasting strategies of major labels like Sony and Polygram in managing different genres, artists and... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 58.95
The Recording Industry presents a brief but comprehensive examination of how records are made, marketed, and sold. The book opens with an overview of popular music and its place in American society, along with descriptions of key players in the recording industry. In the book's second part, the making of a recording is traced from production through... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2006; US$ 14.00
On October 23, 2001, Apple Computer, a company known for its chic, cutting-edge technology -- if not necessarily for its dominant market share -- launched a product with an enticing promise: You can carry an entire music collection in your pocket. It was called the iPod. What happened next exceeded the company's wildest dreams. Over 50 million people... more...