How to Make a Million Dollars Playing the Guitar: A No-Nonsense Guitarist's Guide to Making a Living in the Music Business

How to Make a Million Dollars Playing the Guitar: A No-Nonsense Guitarist's Guide to Making a Living in the Music Business by Douglas Niedt

Title: How to Make a Million Dollars Playing the Guitar: A No-Nonsense Guitarist's Guide to Making a Living in the Music Business
Author: Douglas Niedt
ISBN10: 0982417802
ISBN13: 978-0982417805
Publisher: Niedt Publishing (October 8, 2009)
Language: English
Subcategory: Music
Size PDF: 1693 kb
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Rating: 4.0/5
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Pages: 378 pages
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How to Make a Million Dollars Playing the Guitar: A No-Nonsense Guitarist's Guide to Making a Living in the Music Business by Douglas Niedt


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How to Make a Million Dollars Playing the Guitar is a no-nonsenseguitarist's guide to making a living in the music business written by aguitarist who's been there and done it himself.Recording andconcert artist Douglas Niedt, chairman of the guitar program at theConservatory of Music and Dance at the University of Missouri-KansasCity will guide you along the path to a success as a musician for thosewho are willing to turn their passion into a lifelong career.This book isn't about overnight success, getting rich quick or becoming a rock star multi-millionaire.Instead, the book provides you with a detailed guide that shows you exactly howto earn a million dollars in the music business over the course of yourcareer. You'll also learn how to have a fulfilling life doing it, how to avoid the big mistakes that can destroy your career and finances, andhow to enjoy the journey.If you want to create a rewarding andprofitable career in music, this practical guide will be your guidinglight. You'll learn the importance of having a mission in life,maintaining a positive mental attitude, learning from failure, facingthe brutal facts of reality, and perseverance.Discover valuablereal-world advice and secret strategies for recording, making CDs,purchasing equipment, building your website, selling on the Internet,creating business procedures that protect you and your rights, how tomanage your finances, and taxes.Written by recording and concert artist Douglas Niedt, chairman of the guitar program at theConservatory of Music and Dance, University of Missouri--Kansas City.Niedt is a strong advocate for music entrepreneurship and is a Fellow of the UMKC Bloch School of Management's Regnier Institute forEntrepreneurship and Innovation.