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Roles of the music industry

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Joseph Foster

on 11 October 2010

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Roles In The Music Industry. The Record Producers job is to help you get the recording that you want to make. In most cases the record producer is also a competent arranger, composer or songwriter who can bring fresh ideas to your tracks. It works with other parts of the business industry by working closely with the managing directtor and the co-ordinator of Artist + Repertoire. The co-ordinator of A+R, makes sure that the artist(s) are performing the correct genre that they are accociated with. The agent is always employed by the artist, although he may be chosen and appointed by the manager. An artist has an agent to take advantage of specialised knowledge and contracts. Employment is obtained by the agent for the artist, in return for a commission (15-20% of total profit), being a percentage of earnings of the artist arising from all personal appearances of the artist during the agent’s exclusive contract period. One of the roles within the media part of the music industry is press conferences.
This is when specialist reporters are invited to a conference where the band and manager will answer questions provided by the public. These will then be published into various newspapers, magazines and websites around the world. The road crew (or roadies) are the technicians who travel with a band on tour, usually in sleeper buses, and handle every part of the concert productions except actually performing the music with the musicians. This term covers tour managers, production managers, stage managers, front of house and monitor engineers, guitar techs, bass techs, drum techs, keyboard techs, lighting techs, pyrotechnic techs, security/bodyguards, and caterers. The End. By Hannah and Joe (Claudejyne and Poppy)
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