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How to Make and Sell Your Own Recording : A Guide for the Nineties Paperback – September, 1992
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Referred to as the musician's bible, this comprehensive manual covers every aspect of recording and shows step-by-step how to set up a small independent recording label for promoting and marketing from one to many titles.