How to Be a Record Producer in the Digital Era [NOOK Book]

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The insider’s guide to becoming an insider. Want to become a record producer? Get this book. It’s the authoritative, up-to-the-minute guide to getting what it takes to become a success in today’s exciting, hyper-competitive music business. For musicians interested in hands-on record production, for aspiring pros, for anyone with an interest in the business aspects of producing, author Megan Perry has the full inside story. With full information on developing skills, building a clientele, and managing a business, ...
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How to Be a Record Producer in the Digital Era

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Overview

The insider’s guide to becoming an insider. Want to become a record producer? Get this book. It’s the authoritative, up-to-the-minute guide to getting what it takes to become a success in today’s exciting, hyper-competitive music business. For musicians interested in hands-on record production, for aspiring pros, for anyone with an interest in the business aspects of producing, author Megan Perry has the full inside story. With full information on developing skills, building a clientele, and managing a business, plus interviews from industry insiders and tips on negotiating with record labels, artists’ managers, and artists themselves, How to Be a Record Producer in the Digital Era is the go-to guide for any aspiring music pro.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307875259
  • Publisher: Ten Speed Press
  • Publication date: 6/2/2010
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author



Megan Perry, the author of Wired: Musicians’ Home Studios, has worked at NRG Recording Studios and Moir/Marie. Her writing and photography are seen in Rolling Stone, Guitar Player, Revolver, and other top music publications. She lives in Seattle.
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Table of Contents

Foreword Ron Fair Fair, Ron

1 The Responsibilities of the Record Producer 1

2 A Template for Becoming a Successful Record Produce 14

3 Tactics for Jump-Starting a Career as a Record Producer 27

4 Producer Management 47

5 Legal Issues and Contracts 60

6 Recording and Engineering Fundamentals 84

7 Working With the Production Team 109

8 Working With Record Labels 120

9 Planning a Recording Project 139

10 Working With Artists 169

11 Long-Term Career Planning: Rising Above the Competition 195

12 Assembling a Home Or Project Studio 214

Coda 246

Index 247

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