Many musicians are finding a new market for their music scoring for films and television. This comprehensive resource guide provides all the practical tools and information needed about how to organize and run a film and television music business. Section I contains helpful marketing materials, such as sample letters, brochures, postcards, resumes, and product packaging. Section II provides forms, documents and examples for the management, production, recording and delivery of music for projects. Section III features frequently used sample contracts and agreements, and Section IV lists other composer resources, such as a glossary of terms and abbreviations, info on performing rights organizations, attorneys and agents, listings of different markets to tap, internet resources, and much more. Essential for any musician interested in a career in film and television music.This comprehensive resource guide provides all the practical tools and information needed about how to organize and run a film and television music business.
|Title||:||Film and Television Composer's Resource Guide|
|Author||:||Mark Northam, Lisa Anne Miller|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard Corporation - 1998|