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A Bluesman's appraisal of the modern music industry...

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  • A Bluesman's appraisal of the modern music industry...

    This is priceless,  y'all...


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    Now if he had a good video with dancing girls and a sweaty drummer to go along with those lyrics, he'd be making some money. 

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    "Today's production equipment is IT-based and cannot be operated without a passing knowledge of computing, although it seems that it can be operated without a passing knowledge of audio." - John Watkinson, Resolution Magazine, October 2006
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    • philbo
      philbo commented
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      No matter how hard you work, if you are making music to make a living, you are screwed. The only rational thing to do is to make music because you want to.
      On the other hand, I see a market for Music Agents. At least in the midwest (where you don't have to pay venues to perform). There are a large number of excellent musicians who are terrible at marketing. If you can line them up with gigs and get 10 or 15% of the cut, you might do very very well.


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