By Donald S. Passman
The definitive, crucial advisor to the song undefined, now in its 8th edition—revised and up to date with an important info at the industry’s significant adjustments based on fast technological advances and financial uncertainty.
Through seven variants and 20 years, All you want to learn about the song Industry has been the basic go-to reference for tune enterprise pros—musicians, songwriters, leisure attorneys, brokers, live performance promoters, track publishers, checklist corporation professionals, and track managers—as they struggle to navigate the swift transformation in their industry.
writer Donald Passman, the most influential figures within the enterprise, has been within the thick of this alteration and is aware that any one fascinated with the tune enterprise is feeling the deep, far-reaching results of it.
Drawing on his targeted expert event as probably the most depended on advisors within the enterprise, Passman deals authoritative info on assembling a profitable staff of advisors, negotiating bargains, track publishing and copyrights, new electronic streaming companies, and lots more and plenty extra. the recent version contains updated details at the new enterprise versions, together with tune streaming prone and cloud lockers; advancements in new laws and industry-wide bargains touching on piracy and electronic rights; new demanding situations in acting rights; and up-to-date numbers and data for the conventional industry.
All You Need to grasp concerning the song Industry, referred to as “the bible” through the Los Angeles Times, is a finished consultant to the criminal and fiscal elements of the song world—an fundamental software that nobody who makes their residing from song can manage to pay for to be with no.
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