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Title:
How to become a record producer
Author:
Mellor, David.
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Publication Information:
Kent, UK : PC Pub., [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
90 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
What is a record producer -- Pre-production -- Working with the team: the A&R manager and the engineer -- Working with the team: the arranger, programmer and session musicians -- Choosing a studio -- In the studio -- The mix -- The business of music -- The knowledge -- Glossary -- Appendix -- Index.
ISBN:
9781870775489
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Every musician with an interest in recording dreams of being a record producer - it's the top job in music. But although many aspire to become record producers, few ever achieve their dream. This book tells you how. It explains the musical aspects of the process of producing a record, from finding a singer or band and choosing a song, all the way through to making sure that you get your pay cheque on time. Once you have tasted success as a record producer, you will want to continue to make more great records. You will need legal and financial advice, and good management. This book tells you what to look for in your advisors. Stop dreaming and start to take your first steps into the exciting world of record production.


Author Notes

Is a freelance journalist who specialises in writing for Audio magazines.

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