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    Good thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlanetHitzProduction
    The Business of Music by Sidney Schemel, M. William Krasilovsky

    All You Need To Know About The Music Business by
    Donald S. Passman


    i'm def gonna look into getting these...

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    Quote Originally Posted by D$B
    I would also recommend Michael Miller's book "Idiots Guide to Music Theory"
    i would definitley agree once i learned about music theory it really took my beats to another level..

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    Aight this is helpful I might check out the ones on Recording Engineers
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    hey all these books metioned are not available in some parts of the world like where I am!, so if anyone would be kind enough to mail me something bigboyzmail@yahoo.com thanks alot, a newbie

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    Thumbs up good books

    The Theory and Technique of Electronic
    Music by M. Puckette its hella in depth for anyone who uses electrisity to make music the guy who wrote it also made puredata and max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhobikONE
    I'm not directing this at you, but RZA is one of the better sampling producers out there, and if anyone, producer or not, doesn't like his beats, they're either incredibly stuborn or have no idea what they're talking about.

    I'd like to compare the people in that book who don't like his beats to his production credits.

    I don't think any other HipHop producer has ever done as many film scores, worked with more diverse artists/groups or have nearly as incredible feats.

    RZA is by far one of the best producers, sampling or not, hands down, and anyone who thinks different is off their rocker and just hatin' on the man.
    I agree 100% I'm not always in love with RZA's music, or don't always agree with his approach, as I always think I might have done it differently, but that cat is definitely one of the most innovative and precise sample based producers out there. and his credits are also impeccable. I always respect his craft. I think any one who is an artist has to appreciate the craftsmanship of another artisan, and give credit where it's due, whether you work in that medium or not. And as far the book goes, non-sample based producers can learn alot from those who do, and vice-versa. the craft is what it's all about!

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    I would recomend a book titled EFFORTLESS MASTERY. this book is about finding a place where you are centered and at peace with your self. then the music can flow out effortless. It is a very inspiring book it helps with music and life as well
    -Z-

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    Has anyone read the Complete idiots guide to music theory 2nd edition? If so, is it the same as the original just with more information or is it more advanced? Reason I'm asking is because no stores in my area have the original version and only 1 store has the 2nd edition..so i may just have to settle for that.

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    Damn, I better get a library card! :S
    Hit me with music.

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