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The Indie Artist Takeover

Why Record Labels Are a Thing of the Past and Indie Artists Are the Future
Narrated by: Matt Buzonas
Length: 52 mins
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If you're an independent musician, then chances are you already know you need a do-it-yourself mentality in order to get your music out there. Gone are the days of relying on record deals and major label backing. In the music business today, you can get there on your own through self-promotion and by taking matters into your own hands.

This book, The Indie Artist Takeover, will help you step by step along the way toward becoming a successful, independent musician. It will teach you how to press your own CDs, vinyl records, cassette tapes, download cards, and DVDs as well as let you in on the secret of getting your music on iTunes yourself. It will explain the benefits of setting up a studio in your own home and help you to market yourself effectively. Through promoting yourself on social media, careful artist branding, and booking your own tours and shows, you will be making it as a musician very soon.

This book is the self-help guide for making it in the music industry. It explains why record labels are a thing of the past and why independent indie artists are the fuel that keeps the music industry moving!

©2015 Terrence Wood (P)2015 Terrence Wood

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AWESOME BOOK

This is a more seasoned release of the book such a variety of things would have changed a little as to the web references and innovation when all is said in done however in the event that you can make those deductions yourself simply ahead and bring a shot with this more established form.

The wheel isn't rethought with each new auto and neither ought to the essential strides to shaping a well working record name. This book makes them move quick

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This book is very good..listening makes good than reading because by listening it feels us real.

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It is a very good book the course Encourage those who want o run their own label to read this book carefully. I started my own record label and though I was already doing most of what this book suggests I still found useful tips to guide me on improving my business.

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Four Stars!!!!

It's not often that you find an experienced musician who can actually write. This book was chock full of useful information that was incredibly digestible. If you're in a band, or thinking of starting one, definitely read this! It'll save you time, money and headaches.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!