» » Succeeding in Music: A Business Handbook for Performers, Songwriters, Agents, Managers Promoters (Book CD-ROM)

Succeeding in Music: A Business Handbook for Performers, Songwriters, Agents, Managers Promoters (Book CD-ROM) ePub download

by John Stiernberg

  • Author: John Stiernberg
  • ISBN: 0879307021
  • ISBN13: 978-0879307028
  • ePub: 1495 kb | FB2: 1106 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Backbeat Books; Pap/Dis edition (March 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 198
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 822
  • Format: mobi lit doc azw
Succeeding in Music: A Business Handbook for Performers, Songwriters, Agents, Managers  Promoters (Book  CD-ROM) ePub download

Succeeding in Music book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Succeeding in Music book. Start by marking Succeeding in Music: A Business Handbook for Performers, Songwriters, Agents, Managers and Promoters (Succeeding in Music: A Business Workbook for Performers, Songwriters) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Format : Book + CD. Written for both musicians and musical entrepreneurs, this updated and revised, user-friendly guide spells out the fundamentals of business, finance, and marketing for the music world. Author John Stiernberg provides an in-depth look at what it takes to become a success in music in the 21st century, with insights culled from his years of experience working in the entertainment.

The Repair Shop a Make Do and Mend Handbook by Karen Farrington 9781785944604. Business, Economics & Industry John Green Paperback Books. Business Paperback Books. Business Analysis Paperback Books. Business Ethics Paperback Books. Additional site navigation.

STIERNBERG, J - Hal Leonard Corporation. Succeeding in Music-Book and CD Rom. STIERNBERG, J - Hal Leonard Corporation. Written for both musicians and musical entrepreneurs, this user-friendly guide spells out the fundamentals of business, finance and marketing for the music world. You'll learn how to take a strategic approach to all aspects of doing business in music, from product development and pricing to surviving the industry's renowned competitive environment

Succeeding in Music: Business Chops for Performers and Songwriters

Succeeding in Music: Business Chops for Performers and Songwriters. Not just for would-be music professionals.

Singer, Songwriter, Music Production career information and more. Those books are useful for anyone pursuing a career in the music business. The music business is complicated, it’s competitive, and it’s a risky way to earn a living unless you understand the rules of the game. But today, we want to focus on the best practical information to become an expert in one particular skill: songwriting. Songwriting is the bedrock of the music industry.

finds jobs for client, books shows and product endorsements. Music Business Handbook Chapter 10: Unions and Guilds. Music Business Handbook Chapter 5: Professional Songwriting. regional, boutique, national full-service. responsobilities of personal manager. negotiating contracts, wardrobe, advise and council. Why is deciding on a contract with a manager difficult? must go into the relationship with assumption that it will end. road manager. takes care of everything touring related. Music Business Handbook Chapter 6: Music Publishing.

In The Music Business is the best selling classic guide for songwriters and performers. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

How To Succeed In The Music Business is the best selling classic guide for songwriters and performers. Whether you're an established musician or just starting out, sooner or later you'll have to make some vital decisions.

(Book). Written for both musicians and musical entrepreneurs, this user-friendly guide spells out the fundamentals of business, finance and marketing for the music world. You'll learn how to take a strategic approach to all aspects of doing business in music, from product development and pricing to surviving the industry's renowned competitive environment. Whether you're starting or strengthening your music career, you'll see why you need a business plan and how to put yours into action. Features a foreword by John McEuen, founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and also includes a CD-ROM with checklists, resources and templates for planning and managing your career.
นℕĨĈტℝ₦
I've read too many music business books that try to be all things to all musician readers and end up being shallow overviews of the industry. Succeeding In Music focuses on one thing and does it thoroughly. At its core, SIM could be called a musicians textbook for writing a business plan. Each chapter takes you through the steps necessary to make a legitimate small business out of whatever your music venture may be. If you're looking for cute anecdotes or secrets to getting a record deal, this book is not for you. In fact, it's a rather dry read. But if you want to make a serious business out of your band/record company/studio etc., then this book is the first step that must not be skipped. It IS a workbook, so it will take some work. I found the sample plan at the end of the book to be particularly helpful, and the enclosed CD-ROM contains all the forms and worksheets found in the text. This book is a necessary edition for those of us who want a music career and are willing to do the dull stuff it takes to get there.
Ariseym
A great title detailing the ropes for all the people involved in producing a hit record. Given that so many people are involved in the producing cycle, starting from the songwriter to the promoter to the performer, it is hard to collect all the information into one title. Fortunately John Stiernberg succeeded in putting all that is needed for producing hit records into one title, explaining the parts of all the people involved and detailing each role with real life examples.
Makaitist
I was browsing through Border Books one day in the music section, seeing the usual how to get a record deal books and happened to spy John's book decided to check it out.
It seemed to be a book that seemed to straddle the business side of music but also in a way that musicians could understand and use.
I have used lots of business plan books and marketing books and even went to S.C.O.R.E., but never found someone knowledgable in business who knew much about the music business. "Succeeding in Music" seemed to fill that gap offering hard core business advice, goal setting that made sense and an understanding of what us music business people need to understand and do.
I am not quite through with the book, but, it has helped me wrap my mind around what I need to do to restart my music business career and stay in it.
Now, if only John had a goal setting/tracking software that went with the book (Mac and Windows please) then we would be really on to something.
Good work!
Keith
Vushura
This is the book I would recommend for anyone contemplating the leap to full-time professional status in the music business. The author knows music and business, and understands what motivates the musician to become more systematic and organized in working toward success, security, and satisfaction. In fact, if you are considering going "freelance" in *any* creative field, you will find this book an invaluable resource. The accompanying CD-ROM not only contains useful reference material and templates. It also links you with a website where you can find further help, and communicate with others who are in various stages of this difficult transition. A must-have.
Querlaca
John Stiernberg has written a masterpiece for those interested in making a living in music. Whether you are considering a new career or interested in common sense advice on improving your business, Succeeding In Music is a must read. As a former Hippy wannabe, I was suspicious of business people and principles. Thankfully, John has presented the business of music in a very positive, easily understandable manner and helped me realize that the more I know about business, the better equipped I am to not only succeed, but to do it on my terms. I can't encourage you enough to pick up a copy of Succeeding in Music and get busy taking control of your career.
Falya
I wish I had read this book long ago as it would have saved me $1000's of dollars and
perhaps even made my career develop faster. It's a great investment for every working musician,
be it part time gigs or full time on the road.
But 'Succeeding In Music' is not only an outstanding tool for working musicians
and those who wish they were, it is a wonderful resource for anyone involved
in the arts. With information every small business owner can use this is
a must for your library!
Tom Patrick McAuliffe
Entertainer
West Coast Editor - Singer Magazine...
Maldarbaq
I highly recommend this book to gain greater insights in the Music business or any business. It was a great buy along with a couple of manuals I purchased from Musicbrains.net entitled the Indie label Kit.
This is an excellent book to get you on the right path to reach your goals in the music business.For years I have been trying to find a way to get my career moving to no avail. And with this book I found out what mistakes I was making that was keeping me from growing if you are serious about making it then take control of your career and get this book it is easy to follow and remember the music business is a business and with this book you can learn how to move with the business.
E-Books Related to Succeeding in Music: A Business Handbook for Performers, Songwriters, Agents, Managers Promoters (Book CD-ROM):