How do I get my music played on the radio? Do I really need my own website - can't I just use MySpace? How do I copyright and license my songs? The DIY Music Manual has the answers to these questions ... and more. Over the last couple of years, the face of independent music has changed completely. With the rise of websites such as MySpace and iTunes, digital radio stations, podcasts, band websites and online music stores, it has made music much easier to make, promote and distribute outside traditional channels. Whereas before it was a case of sending your band's demo tape to a record label and hoping for the best, now it's possible to cut out the middle man and make a success of your band without being signed. Clearly, concisely and with a dash of wit, The DIY Music Manual tells you exactly how to do that.disadvantage is that they may be unreadable in some CD players. ... The CD replication process uses a glass master, which allows the CD house to create a much higher-quality product This is the type of CD that you buy at ... MAKE A CD MASTER If you use a professional mastering house. they will hand you everything you need to give a printing house. ... These standards were created by Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Royal Philips Electronics N.V.). usually known as Philips.
|Title||:||The DIY Music Manual|
|Author||:||Jason Feehan, Randy Chertkow|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2009-02-05|