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The Practice of the Music Business
The Reference Book About the Hardest Business of the WorldMusic industry insider Robert Lyng gives profound insights into the practice of today's music business: From the production of the first demo tape to the finished CD, the structures and the associated opportunities and risks are shown.
In addition, Lyng explains terms such as copyright law, tape transfer agreements, publishing royalties and contractual penalties, but also examines peripheral areas: Management, income tax, trade tax and turnover tax, and last but not least the possibilities of health insurance for freelance artists as well as the legal basis for founding your own publishing house.
Legal difficulties and how to avoid them are presented in a comprehensive, expert and entertaining way. Together with the valuable Tipps and the sample contracts this book becomes so an exciting and instructive reading for all, which want to know more about the hardest business of the world.
Robert Lyng, born in Chicago in 1946, studied psychology and has worked in the music industry since the early 1960s as a producer, promoter and talent scout. His experience gained over the years is the basis for his numerous publications. Today Lyng runs an agency for artist consulting and management in Frankfurt.
- A well-founded insight into today's music practice
- From demo tape to CD
- Annotated model contracts, etc.
- By Robert Lyng
- Revised 12th edition
- In German language
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