Informs you about the different types of businesses, how to setup your business address, what kinds of software and computer systems you might need, how to start and write a website with sample code, business card examples, how to find bands and recording artists, the ins and outs of investors and partners, how to setup a recording studio and music publishing company, all about performance rights organizations world-wide and how to get on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, etc., all about promotion, DAW and Music Writing software, Songbook publishing, contracts and agreements, accounting and taxes, Copyrights, Trademarks and Service Marks, fabricating CDs and Vinyl records, about Radio. Includes an appendix with listings of various websites and suppliers.
Written by a musician, website developer, recording engineer and producer, who setup both ASCAP and BMI publishing companies, along with an independent record label and got songs on commercial as well as college radio making the ASCAP Current Performance status.
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|Publisher:||Earl R. Dingman|
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About the Author
The author has recorded albums and singles with “current performance” status from ASCAP getting airplay around the world. He has done live sound at L.A. Memorial Coliseum, Devonshire Downs, Madame Wongs, The Troubadour, FM Station and other live venues. Was a partner in a multi-track recording studio, and did projects at other studios in Los Angeles including Hit City West, Rusk and Clover. Written articles on recording and music for Mix, Music Connection, Moving Image and other magazines. Did press and promotion for bands getting photographs and events in a variety of magazines including BAM, Music Connection, Pro Sound News, L.A. Weekly, etc. He attended Valley College and learned audio recording from the head of CBS-TV Sound Department. He was entertainment editor of Issues Magazine. He’s played bass and keyboards in a variety of bands over the years. His mother and uncle were both professional musicians working union gigs in Chicago during the 40s and 50s.