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Budgets (Newsletter #1, May 2001) A look at how to prepare budgets to run a label effectively. Accounting (Newsletter #2, June 2001) What to do to establish effective accounting systems to manage a record label. Inventory (Newsletter #3, July 2001) Inventory management and systems for record labels. Production (Newsletter #4, August 2001) What the production staff or person does to get a record ready for release. Keith Holzman,
My mother went to Radio Shack. Can someone please explain why this chain exists? To sell substandard items to the ignorant? To be a reseller of perpetually behind the times Sprint wireless? Back in the sixties, when a storefront was everything, you went to Radio Shack as a hobbyist, to buy stuff to build stuff, or for odds and ends that no one seemed to stock (sometimes the same thing), and to get a free battery. Yes, they had a club, with a card, you got one free battery a month.
What They'll Never Tell You About the Music Business: "The Myths, the Secrets, the Lies (and a Few Truths)" (9780823084395): Peter M. Thall
All You Need to Know About the Music Business: Revised and Updated for the 21st Century (9780684870649): Donald S. Passman
Music, Money, and Success: The Insider's Guide to Making Money in the Music Industry (Little Book Series) (9780825672828): Jeffrey Brabec, Todd Brabec, Jefferey Brabec