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Publisher's Summary

If you're an independent musician, then chances are you already know you need a do-it-yourself mentality in order to get your music out there. Gone are the days of relying on record deals and major label backing. In the music business today, you can get there on your own through self-promotion and by taking matters into your own hands.
This book, The Indie Artist Takeover, will help you step by step along the way toward becoming a successful, independent musician. It will teach you how to press your own CDs, vinyl records, cassette tapes, download cards, and DVDs as well as let you in on the secret of getting your music on iTunes yourself. It will explain the benefits of setting up a studio in your own home and help you to market yourself effectively. Through promoting yourself on social media, careful artist branding, and booking your own tours and shows, you will be making it as a musician very soon.
This book is the self-help guide for making it in the music industry. It explains why record labels are a thing of the past and why independent indie artists are the fuel that keeps the music industry moving!
©2015 Terrence Wood (P)2015 Terrence Wood
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5 out of 5 stars
By ZIYA on 06-25-17

quick and informative

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We do a lot of indie promoting at work and honestly I knew nothing about it - couldn't even tell you what indie meant. This book was suggested to me and gave me a good amount of insight into the indie world. I'm not musical but it's given me a new respect for the artists we work with and how hard their job is. It seems like there are plenty of good tips in here and it gives clear objectives for anyone looking to get into this industry. It's pretty simply written so even I can understand the terms even though I previously knew pretty much nothing about music production.

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5 out of 5 stars
By NabilaBarry on 06-25-17

Start Your Indie Record Label!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Indie Artist Takeover to be better than the print version?

Both are good

Which character – as performed by Matt Buzonas – was your favorite?

Great narrator, the voice is fits on the theme of the book. Informative and calm.

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By publishing this book, T Whitmore generously offers helpful advice to his readers and instructs them concerning techniques that will enable aspiring entrepreneurs to become high-quality record label executives in the indie label sector of the music industry. T Whitmore book is a comprehensive handbook for starting and sustaining indie record labels. It competently presents the entertainment and business aspects of the indie record label business.

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