This Business of Songwriting
Billboard Books, 2006 - 322 lappuses
Writing great songs is not enough. To make money, songwriters need a firm, realistic grasp of how songs generate income.This Business of Songwritingis the first book to demystify the process of doing business as a songwriter. AuthorJason Blume, an industry veteran with twenty years on both sides of the desk, starts by defining terms; then walks readers step-by-step through the process of starting and operating a publishing company; teaches how to pitch songs to publishers, artists, managers, A&R representatives, and producers; offers a detailed explanation of how the singles and album charts work; and throughout, provides valuable information about how to make money writing songs.This Business of Songwritingis a one-volume resource that teaches the skills and knowledge every songwriter needs to succeed.
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