Comprised of over 25,000 words and over 100 pages, Notes to Notes: The Ultimate Guide to Business in Film & TV Music provides an extensive and insightful view into running a successful business in the modern-day media music industry. Regardless of whether you’re inexperienced or a seasoned pro, this eBook guides you towards maximizing your potential by learning how to build up your client base, understanding how to run a profitable business, and much more!
Modern-day music creation has never been more accessible, but the way in which we make money from it has become so much more complex. With budgets being cut and royalties dwindling, it has never been more vital to establish yourself as a good businessperson.
Why should you purchase this eBook?
In this eBook, I uncover the tips and tricks that I regularly use to keep my business thriving and flourishing, always ensuring that I’m moving forwards and making progress. Many people tell you what to do when you get your first job in the industry, but how do you get the job in the first place? This eBook unlocks all of those secrets and presents them in a digestible and intelligible manner, meaning that you can refer back to any topic at any time with ease.
Nowadays, there are an array of online courses that are constructed by people who have very little real-world experience, and while they can be interesting, these courses are often limited by the amount of industry insight and knowledge that they can provide. Having worked on high-budget productions such as LEGO: The Incredibles, I’m offering my own experiences within the music business so that you can utilize these methods in your career.
I will reveal the tried and tested strategies that I have used in the past to get hired for these projects. More than ever before, it is imperative to be business-savvy, meaning that you need to put yourself in the best position possible to be noticed by the industry’s finest talent. I will give you exclusive access into my workflow which will ensure that you have the best skills and expertise to strive in what is a fiercely competitive industry.
— Tristan Noon