Review: Jim Klein "Welcome to the Jungle: A Success Manual for Music & Audio Freelancers" - BassPlayer.com

Review: Jim Klein "Welcome to the Jungle: A Success Manual for Music & Audio Freelancers"

In these days of endless hand-wringing about the future of album sales and music consumption, it’s refreshing to come across a well-written, concise, yet thorough manual geared toward those of us in the trenches.
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In these days of endless hand-wringing about the future of album sales and music consumption, it’s refreshing to come across a well-written, concise, yet thorough manual geared toward those of us in the trenches. This book by Klein, a music-industry professor and top-tier producer/ composer/engineer/songwriter, is packed with crucial information on topics such as goal-setting, networking, building a portfolio, time management, and finances. Highly recommended.

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