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by Michael Lasley,Mallory Redel,Matt Ingle,John Clore

Download The Music Industry Doesn't Have To Kill You: Conversations with Remarkable People from the Music Industry eBook
ISBN:
061559848X
Author:
Michael Lasley,Mallory Redel,Matt Ingle,John Clore
Category:
Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Steady Cardinal Publishing (April 18, 2012)
Pages:
384 pages
EPUB book:
1108 kb
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1897 kb
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1917 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
898


Although the music industry will always be rife with destructive behavior and cynical attitudes, you do not have to treat people like hell along the way. Get A Copy.

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Towering over every music industry book that has followed it, this is. .

Towering over every music industry book that has followed it, this is investigative journalism at its finest (the flashpoint being around the payola scandals of the 1970s and 1980s). Within that is fresh information and insights to show the music industry has fought the same battles and made the same mistakes for far longer than you presume. The Song Machine: Inside The Hit Factory John Seabrook (2015).

The music industry is in the business of entertaining the population for money. You don’t have to be the best looking if you are well rounded and multi-talented, but be prepared for a long, hard road, if you want to break into the industry

The music industry is in the business of entertaining the population for money. It’s a business that requires creativity, but it’s also about logic and math. There are a lot of people in the world who can sing very well. You could get lucky and just be the voice for others’ music, but there are a lot of people out there who can do that. If you’re planning on being the face only, you’d better have a really attractive face. You don’t have to be the best looking if you are well rounded and multi-talented, but be prepared for a long, hard road, if you want to break into the industry.

Knowing Music Doesn't Mean You Know the Music Business. You can use them to generate interest from labels and to book shows and so on. However, don't enter the music industry with the idea that a lifetime of music nerd-dom has made you a music biz expert. Not only will you annoy people, but you'll also be dead wrong and miss out on the chance of really learning what makes things tick. At least, not always.

Pictured is the hand-written music manuscript for a French Ars subtilior chanson (song) from the late 1300s about love, entitled Belle, bonne, sage, by Baude Cordier. The music notation is unusual in that it is written in a heart shape, with red notes indicating rhythmic alterations. Music publishing using machine-printed sheet music developed during the Renaissance music era in the mid-15th century. The development of music publication followed the evolution of printing technologies that were first developed for printing regular books.

The Music Industry Doesn't Have To Kill You challenges behavioral stereotypes in the industry of music while bringing attention to interesting people within it. Although the music industry will always be rife with destructive behavior and cynical attitudes, you do not have to treat people like hell along the way.
  • Dagdarad
I know Clore personally and not only can I say he is an amazing person to be around, but his book is one I love to read even if I just have a little bit of time. It is filled with positive and insightful conversations of people just being honest and reflecting on their experiences within every nook of the music industry. I recommend this book to many of my friends in the music industry and even those who are maybe just entering the workforce and can learn about following their passions and working with others.
  • Xarcondre
A very enjoyable read featuring interviews with some extremely interesting people from all areas of the music business.
This book will be a must read for anyone hoping to enter the music business as well as those already involved. All readers will
appreciate the examples of perserverance, character and determination.

DanB
  • Skyway
Good Book, Good Seller
  • Moonshaper
This book should be required reading for anyone seeking a degree in the music business. Clore picked some of the most successful people in the music business to interview and he asked just the right questions to get them to open up and tell their stories. Clore, who is also a music industry veteran, sandwiched his own chapters between the interviews. He too has some interesting stories and great advice for those wanting to enter this field. I read a lot of books relating to the music business and this is one of the best I've come across.
  • Monn
Absolutely great book thus far, and I am only on the third chapter. If you like music, it is a must read.
The Music Industry Doesn't Have To Kill You: Conversations with Remarkable People from the Music Industry
  • EROROHALO
A groundbreaking look that anyone who has ever dreamed of (or currently is) working in the music industry should definitely read.
  • Nalaylewe
It was an easy, but informative and entertaining read. It's very well rounded in that you're getting information from so many different parts of the Industry. The interviews were great and I laughed and learned a lot. It exemplified this business in a very truthful way - it didn't describe the Industry like the fairy tale you think it's going to be when you're young and not in it yet, but it also didn't leave you feeling jaded like a lot of people that have been in the business awhile will sometimes make you feel. It's a must read for anyone who loves any aspect of the Music Industry.
I love everything about this book! It's not focused on just one area of the industry or a specific genre. You get interviews from country greats, rock touring legends and the list goes on. This book lets you in behind the glamour and gives true perspective on the people who made and are making music what it is today.