The Future of the Music Business – What It Will Tell You
The music business takes lots of tools to succeed. One of these is The Future of the Music Business. Read this music business books review to find out why.The Achievers
There have been legends in almost every field who have marked their position by achieving great success and fame. People love them for the work they have done in entertaining and providing excellent tunes to the lyrics of their songs. A number of legends have proved themselves, and a number are proving now to become the future legends.A Few Things Every Sound Technician Needs for a Live Gig, Which Fit in Your Backpack
Well, we’ve all been there. Setting up a gig, running a sound check or a show, cabling everything up, but there is always something we misplaced or left at home. It’s those little things, which can be time consuming while you try to hunt it down of somebody else running about.Walking on the “Wild Side”: “20 Feet From Stardom” and the Black Female Gaze
In the 1972 song “Take a Walk on the Wild Side” Lou Reed evokes the now iconic image of “colored girls” cooing in the background to a hipster tale of New York debauchery. Using Reed’s homage as its introduction, white director Morgan Neville’s bittersweet documentary “20 Feet from Stardom” attempts to bring black female back-up singers into the foreground with both moving and problematic effect.Is Your Recording Studio Marketing Missing Clients “Right Under Its Nose?”
Most recording studio owners I talk to want more paying clients. Some need more. But when the subject of finding more clients comes up, studio owners usually jump directly to finding ways to attract new clients, totally ignoring their past clients.