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Music Business Primer

Music Business Primer
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  • ISBN-13: 9780130340771
  • ISBN: 0130340774
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Publisher: Pearson P T R

AUTHOR

Rapaport, Diane Sward

SUMMARY

New, from the author ofHow to Make and Sell Your Own Recording--the book that revolutionized the recording industry! A Music Business Primerexplores the ecology of the music industry. The symbiotic partnership between music businesses and the creativity and talent of musicians and performers is clearly described, for without the contributions of both, there is no music industry. A Music Business Primercontains chapters on how the business works, synopses of controversial industry lawsuits and incisive interviews with influential entrepreneurs such as Peter Gotcher, cofounder of Digidesign; Will Ackerman, cofounder of Windham Hill Records; and Wendy Day, founder of Rap Coalition. The music industry is in a state of flux. Artists, nonprofit associations and industry businesspeople are challenging many of the provisions in major label recording contracts and those marketing and sales practices that choke consumer access to recordings and competition from independent labels. Free file sharing challenges all music businesses to find methods to satisfy the demands of the public for music without destroying the basic principle of copyright law: artists should be paid for their creative works. All of these issues and more are explored inA Music Business Primer.Rapaport, Diane Sward is the author of 'Music Business Primer', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130340771 and ISBN 0130340774.

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