(Berklee Press). For unsigned musicians, it is vital to long-term success to sign a contract with a record label. However, preparing your music, targeting a label, and getting your demo into the hands of someone who will listen is challenging, if you don't know where to start. Getting Signed! , by record industry veteran George Howard, guides you through the maze of today's music industry, and will help you move your demo to the top of the stack. Even if you are not yet ready for a record deal, it will help you assemble a team that will make sure your music gets heard by as many people as possible. qThe next time an aspiring recording artist comes to us for advice, we'll advise them to read this book first. George Howard really knows what he's talking about.q Chris Franz and Tina Weymouth, members of Talking Heads and Tom Tom ClubIa#39;m also really happy when someone who is not traditionally aquot;beautifulaquot; breaks through. ... Ita#39;s amazing how appealing people can become a regardless of how they look a if they create great music. ... talented and great to look at (whatever that means), that is not a bad thing, and your photo should a and will a illustrate it.
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