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Berklee Press The Self-Promoting Musician Book

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Take charge of your career with these do-it-yourself strategies for independent music success! Peter Spellman, the Director of the Career Development Center at Berklee, gives tips on how to: write a business plan, create press kits, use the Internet to boost your career, customize your demos for maximum exposure, get better gigs and airplay, network successfully, and create the industry buzz you need to succeed. A must-read for every aspiring musician!

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  • 264 pages
  • Size: 9" x 6"
  • Composer: Peter Spellman
  • ISBN: 634006444
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I did this class when I was at Berklee. At the time, it seemed to be the most useless class of all. I wanted to play, write, and make music! It didn?t take me to long to realize how important in my career was to learn how to promote myself. Either as a performer, a writer or as a teacher all the information taught at that class has become part of my daily routine as a musician. I realize how important it is for a musician to comprehend that writing and playing great music it?s not enough. You need to make your music get to the public. It is a wonderful idea to get this class together as book. Now anyone can access this information. It doesn?t matter what area in the music industry you want to work with, you should read this book as soon as possible. It has opened my mind to small things I can do to make my life as musician the success I have always dreamed of.

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