One of the first steps to getting into the business of music -- and it is a business, from the major record label presidents to the bands to the fans -- is to know about the business. Check out a few of our many information resources for the Music Industry::
It doesn't matter where you want to be: Music Biz expert Bob Baker will tell you how to get there!
Music Industry Veteran Clyde Lieberman
A revealing interview with this Sr. Director/East Coast Creative Services for BMG Music Publishing gives you a look at the music world from the AR side.
See What the Music Industry's Looking for Now!
These listings, directly from major record companies, music publishers, and film and TV music supervisors show exactly the kind of music they're seeking. Most popular categories, from jazz to rock to Christian music to punk are represented here.
Music Industry Directory pages
Band and artist sites, recording studios, musical instrument manufacturers and dealers, songwriter and musician resource sites, and more
Legal Issues: Music Producer Deals
Exclusive reprint from music business lawyer Donald Passman
A Career in the Music Business
A study of A&R Director Al Smith, and how he got where he is in the business.
How Record Companies Make Money
With merging labels, shrinking budgets, downloaded music, and scores of indies, how do record labels keep revenue streaming? Diane Rapaport discusses labels' costs and profits in an easy-to-read style.
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