Confessions of a Record Producer, first released in 1998, is the controversial and highly opinionated book that has uncovered inner workings of the industry, aiming to empower artists to protect themselves and their rights. Avalon dissects the industry, revealing what artists make from their “hits,” and how labels, producers, lawyers and managers can rip them off.
In its fifth edition, it evaluates intricacies of music streaming, and explains the reasoning behind industry trends and decisions.
Confessions of a Record Producer
By Moses Avalon