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How to have your hit song published

Author: Jay Warner
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed., updated and revView all editions and formats
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How to Have Your Hit Song Published is an indispensable, step-by-step guide for songwriters to navigate through the competitive business of music publishing. This long-overdue revision of the original 1988 bestseller contains even more savoir faire advice on striking the right chord with publishers, producers, music industry attorneys and record executives, and is written to motivate as well as to inform.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Warner
ISBN: 1423411994 9781423411994
OCLC Number: 962198065
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 398 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: A general history of publishing in America --
What is publication? --
Copyrights, copyrighting and you --
Performing rights societies : when and why you need them --
How to choose a performing rights society --
The new copyright law --
How to present your song --
How to pick a publishing company --
How a publishing company works --
How to make publishing contacts --
How to run your own songs --
How to publish your own songs --
Songwriter agreements and licenses --
Different types of publishing deals --
The foreign markets and your songs --
Writer's and publisher's industry problems and changes --
New technologies and their effects on the songwriter --
A final note --
Appendices: I. Publishers ; II. Songwriters showcases ; III. Licensing societies ; IV. Record companies ; V. Producers ; VI. Distributors (Record) ; VII. Lawyers ; VIII. Film and TV music supervisors ; IX. Film and TV studios ; X. Songwriters associations ; XI. Music libraries ; XII. Subpublishers glossary ; Index.
Responsibility: Jay Warner.
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How to Have Your Hit Song Published is an indispensable, step-by-step guide for songwriters to navigate through the competitive business of music publishing. This long-overdue revision of the original 1988 bestseller contains even more savoir faire advice on striking the right chord with publishers, producers, music industry attorneys and record executives, and is written to motivate as well as to inform.

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