About Skills of the Trade music industry seminar in NYC

It is hard to get straight to the top of the entertainment world but with help of others it can be done. Seminars are one way for up and coming artists, producers and future music industry professionals to get their feet in the door. Networking is a big part of the music industry it is not always what you know but who you know that can push you along the path to success. About Skills of the Trade is that opportunity for many soon to be music industry individuals. It can be the first step to a long term career.

About Skills of the Trade is a seminar that will be held at NYC Seminar and Conference Center in New York City on October 6-8, 2006. There will be five different parts to the seminar, Exhibitor’s Hall: which shows some of the new products on the market that are used in the music industry, Listener’s Lunge: gives artists and producers a chance to play their music for A & R representatives and network with them, Producer’s Seminar: learn from and meet with some of the industry’s leading producers, Panel Discussions: learn how to promote yourself, how to form a company and distribute your music, and there will also be giveaways.

VIP Guest passes can be attained for major label employees, media that are covering the event with cameras, and signed artists or producers. To get more information how to get VIP pass email, or

It is becoming common to have seminars or shows like About Skills of the Trade that deal with the music industry but not all of them give you information that you can use from the point of receiving the information. This seminar is one that does that, it will give you information on how you can develop yourself as an independent artist or producer and also it will give you information on how to start and operate your own record company. It is good to get a deal with a big label, but more independent artists are finding out being your own boss can be worth the fight.

— Rodrice

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