Do you play an instrument? Write songs? Played a few gigs? Wondering what comes next? If so, now is the time to get your music in front of a global audience a by getting it onto the internet. This book shows you how to record music, upload it and get it listened to and talked about throughout the connected world. And all without buying expensive studio equipment or signing away your rights to cigar-smoking middlemen.Written by experienced insiders, this book covers all the basic equipment and skills you will need to get the job done at home, without hiring a sound engineer, record producer or studio. Plus advice to help you run your band and get your music heard. So whatever kind of music youare into, this book provides a path through the minefield of todayas music business. DIY recording is fun and cost effective a and for some lucky bands, the first step to making it big.About the authorAs someone who owns and runs a recording studio, Leo Coulter has a good background of the music business. Having started his career as a session guitarist, Leo now works principally as a composer, writing and producing songs for new and established artists. Richard Jones has worked widely within the music industry as a sound engineer, session pianist and songwriter. He has produced two original albums and has recently taken to building his own studio equipment.If so, now is the time to get your music in front of a global audience a by getting it onto the internet. This book shows you how to record music, upload it and get it listened to and talked about throughout the connected world.
|Title||:||How to Record Your Own Music and Get it on the Internet|
|Publisher||:||Apple Press - 2009-10-01|