Practical advice on developing noise-control strategies in the music and entertainment industries to prevent or minimise the risk of hearing damage from the performance of both live and recorded music and meet legal obligations under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations (2005).
Affectionately referred to by many as ‘The Purple Book’, the Event Safety Guide aims to help those who organise music events so that the events run safely, bringing together information needed by event organisers, contractors and employees to help them satisfy legal requirements.
This book is a practical, step-by-step guide through the key aspects of how to understand and manage the impacts of events of any type and scale – with checklists for action and tools for measuring performance.
A guidebook to negotiating the rock circuit- from formation of an act to interacting with agents, managers and promoters, describing what they (along with technical crew) do and notes on how to work successfully with them. Includes sample expenses sheets and details about the flow of money.
This Funding Guide covers the main programmes which are likely to be of use to organisations operating in the Creative Industries Sector.
A report exploring the funding and development opportunities for British musicians and music organisations to export and develop international markets for their work.
A review of research on the economic and social impact of the arts which identifies methodologies and key research needs, as well as providing a practical resource for those working in the field.
A venue and promoter directory to assist Black-led music organisations with business development opportunities for artists and audience development opportunities for promoters.
This Guide for New Promoters [is] aimed at all under-represented forms of music, jazz being first off the starting block.
Advice on getting and doing gigs, focused on jazz musicians.