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 The Musician's Guide Offers Bands $1,250 Worth Of Services For $69 For 100 Hours Only

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PostSubject: The Musician's Guide Offers Bands $1,250 Worth Of Services For $69 For 100 Hours Only   Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:53 am

On September 1st at 8am, The Musician’s Guide is launching a 100-hour-long campaign in partnership with 25 music companies to offer aspiring musicians over $1,250 worth of tools & savings for 95% off.

The offer, which contains access to thousands of music business contacts, distribution to iTunes & Spotify, six eBooks, a video course, a pack of music contracts, radio publicity, as well as savings on mastering, CD duplication, amongst much more, will be available to purchase for $69 from http://www.themusiciansguide.co.uk/epic-deal/ for just 100 hours.

Marcus Taylor, founder of http://www.themusiciansguide.co.uk, says: “Having been an artist & a label manager myself I know just how expensive it can be to release a song. So many aspiring musicians get frustrated because they dream about earning a living from their music, but struggle to break even after paying studio fees & other expenses. While most of the industry is focusing on creating a sustainable new business model for artists, I’m just trying to do my bit to help lower the cost of being an artist, even if only for a while.

Twenty-five music companies have agreed to support the campaign by donating their services into the package at a discounted price. Major partners include Ditto Music, Disc Makers, Presskit.to, Jango Airplay, MusicXray, and many more.

Email: marcus@themusiciansguide.co.uk
Website: http://www.themusiciansguide.co.uk
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