Год издания: 2006
Количество страниц: 304
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This enlightening book is not about how the music business should work, but how it does work. Industry insider Moses Avalon explains how producers dip into budgets, artists steal songs, and lawyers write contracts in code, showing readers how to survive these and other unfortunate situations. Deconstructing actual major-label record deals, Avalon dissects each party's involvement and offers perspective on their actual roles, how much they got paid, and what each party's agenda really was. Engineers, managers, producers, artists, labels, and lawyers each take their turn in the hot seat. Avalon also outlines realistic alternatives for newcomers, such as "baby" production deals and vanity labels. A must for anyone trying to sort out the music industry, Confessions of a Record Producer tells it like it is.