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artist management for the music business

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This article is the first step in my quest to become an artist manager. I’m not going to pretend to be an expert on this topic, but this is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. If you have some time, I’d definitely recommend checking out the site of artist manager and founder of the Artist Management Association of California (AMPAC).

Artist managers are like business owners with a business account for the music business. They are the ones in charge of managing artists as well as the business itself. The website itself is quite informative and even includes a video to explain some of the basics of managing music. Most of the artists I know have a manager or an assistant that manages them. I have a friend who manages the entire music business for one company.

Most artists will have a manager that does most of the day-to-day work for them. But the manager can still take on the role of keeping track of the many artists and bands that an organization like AMPAC needs to promote. The manager is in charge of what the artist does (as well as the business itself).

The primary role of a music manager is to find artists that are good enough to sign up artists. The manager is also in charge of the promotion of the artists, the marketing of their music, and the buying for the band’s CD’s. In a nutshell, the manager is a facilitator. The artist will try to make contact with the manager, and the manager will then try to make contact with the artist.

The manager’s job is to find the artists that are good enough to sign up artists. The manager is also in charge of the promotion of the artists, the marketing of their music, and the buying for the bands CDs. In a nutshell, the manager is a facilitator. The artist will try to make contact with the manager, and the manager will then try to make contact with the artist.

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