How to Make It in the New Music Business book. Softcover. 288 pages. Watson-Guptill #0823079546. Published by Watson-Guptill (HL.331374).
ISBN 0823079546. 7x9.25 inches.
This volume leads both novice and professional musicians into today's digital world, helping them to take complete control over all aspects of their music, from writing and performing to recording and selling. Motivating readers to live their dreams, author Robert Wolff shows how anyone can: set up and run their own music business and become a highly successful businessman or businesswoman • record major label quality music in their home, aided by tips from music professionals • broadcast music over their own web site and radio station to a potential audience of over 500 million people via the world wide web • do all this without a major record label's support. The book also includes interviews with some major names in the music business, including Grammy-winning guitarist and composer Steve Lukather, Grammy-winning songwriter Diane Warren, guitar/sound system designer Bob Bradshaw, legendary engineer/producer/record mixer Bob Clearmountain, and sound mixer/masterer Bob Ludwig. This is a how-to guide for anyone, offering step-by-step advice to make it in the music business in your own way, on your own terms.