The Musician's Map is a complete guide to building success in music. Whether you're just thinking about learning music, or you're already in the process of building a career; this book will help you. Musician's Map provides practical advice for musicians just starting out and musicians looking to get ahead and further their career.
This book is a step-by-step guide that will save you years of time, thousands of dollars, and will make you a better musician.
The Musician's Map audiobook includes 36 chapters and more than 40,000 words of advice, information, and tools to help you build success in music. Topics include:
- The value of listening and expanding your musical world-view
- Instruments, practice, and improving
- Bands, rehearsals and auditions
- Recording, demos, and promotion
- Getting, advertising, preparing for, and playing gigs
- Performing and getting paid to play
- Professional recording, studios, mixing, and mastering
- Music videos and self-releasing music
- Booking and going on tour
- Getting label interest and making money as a musician
This is an invaluable resource that you will refer to over and over again for years.
Stop with trial and error, wasting money and energy, the uncertainty, the unknown.
Start growing, improving, seeing progress, and realizing your ambition.
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This certainly isn’t a musicians map, as it’s not for musicians and it is no map. This isn’t even a beginner book… It’s an introductory book for someone who is considering becoming a beginner... Leave this one alone unless you like pearls of wisdom like saying you should pick an instrument that speaks to you, where then it’s clarified instruments really can’t speak, and that you should pick one that you like the sound of! Thanks for the tip. I also like the one following this where are you should listen to music to decide what genre you like, but also listen to music you don’t like, then making some statement like perhaps you can comment to someone that does like that particular genre how you appreciate something about it and maybe they will do you some musical favor for you one day when you are ready to step out and become a professional. Who are you writing this for? The person that needs to be told how to listen to music and that they should like their instrument they are going to decide to play but also is networking at a professional level? This is a four hour book that can be listen to on double the speed, which I did because I knew I was wasting my time, yet in the amount of time it’s as if he’s trying to make it for everyone and everybody from a 10-year-old to someone who’s put years of work in with a legit chance of making a living in music. It’s absurd.