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Contained here is the Music Business: Producers collection of Articles and Interviews

 At What Point Should I Get a Manager?


This helps you examine what you might want a manager for, and some of the basic things they can do for you. Read this first, if you've never had a manager before.
 Do I Need a Manager?


More specific details about the duties of a manager, and when in your career they become important. A good overview of the areas of your career in which a manager could and should get involved.
 Do I Need a Music Producer?


Music producers cover a broad range of duties, from helping pick or write songs to finishing the recording. But how much should you pay one? When should you involve them? Can you be sure that you have the right one for you? This in-depth article answers all those questions, and more.
 How Record Companies Make Money


When you have a career in the music business, it's important to understand the business side as well as the music side. And one of the key players in the game is the record company. This will help you sort it out!
 Learning Where the Money Comes From part 1


Do you know how musicians and songwriters generate their income? You should! From CD sales to radio airplay, every facet of the business produces money in a different way. It's your money, you should understand how it works.
 Learning Where the Money Comes From part 2


Do you know how musicians and songwriters generate their income? You should! From CD sales to radio airplay, every facet of the business produces money in a different way. It's your money, you should understand how it works.
 Making Money with Your Music Q&A


There are money ways to get paid for songs that you write, whether you or someone else performs and/or records them. Whether you sell CDs or place your music in films, you should know how it works.
 Music Business Attorneys


A good, honest, knowledgeable music attorney is an invaluable asset to an artist, and an important part of his Pro Team. Music attorneys serve many functions, the least of which is shopping tapes to the record companies.
 What Are Some Key Points in a Management Contract?


Most managers will take between 10% and 20% of an artist's gross income — including record royalties, publishing income, and touring and merchandising income. Shouldn't you know what you get for that money?