Web Manual For Musicians - Budget


Se trata de poner en el papel cuanto dinero se necesita para que el proyecto no produzca perdidas y cuanto se necesita para que cada uno de los sub proyectos al interior del mismo, puedan realizarse.

For a musical project to become a company, it has to be self-sustaining and it has to be profitable, and to determine at what point in the project it begins to be profitable and begins to generate profits, it is necessary to set up a budget.

It is about putting on paper how much money is needed so that the project does not produce losses and how much is needed so that each of the sub-projects within it can be carried out.

This is Chapter 13 of the Web Manual for Musicians series, a product of the New Mexico Ministry of Culture, with the original idea and development of Poliedro.

CHAPTER 13 - BUDGET




RELATED CHAPTERS


Chapter 2 - Marketing of the media

Chapter 3 - Circulation of content and copyright

Chapter 4 - Proposal of scene and evaluation of the live presentation

Chapter 5 - Tools for making technical requirements

Chapter 6 - Sound field and monitoring

Chapter 7 - The Basic Presence of a Band on the Internet

Chapter 8 - Digital Strategy

Chapter 9 - Online Music

Chapter 10 - Youtube

Chapter 11 - The Strategic Plan

Chapter 12 - Work Schedule

Chapter 13 - Budget

Chapter 14 - Co-financing with platforms and brands

Chapter 15 - The Portfolio

Chapter 16 - The Press Release

Chapter 17 - The Flyer

Chapter 18 - The Clip

Chapter 19 - Merchandising

Chapter 20 - Discus Throw

Chapter 21 - Promoting a Concert

Chapter 22 - Strategic Alliances with Media


Credits

Original Idea and Development ( Poliedro ), Series design, production, realization and assembly (Chucky García, Nicolás Méndez) Locution (Edson Velandia) With the participation of (Electric Mistakes) Music by (Electric Mistakes, Frente Cumbiero, Mitú, Romperayo) Field Support (Irene Maldonado), Collaboration (El Cisne, Rhayuela Films, Tambora Records)

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