Christopher Knab

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February-March 2010

Music industry guru Christopher Knab tracks the shift from a "sales-to-a-customer" model to monetizing access to music.

December-January 2009

Music industry guru Christopher Knab bemoans the lack of interesting and innovative music.

October-November 2009

Music industry guru Christopher Knab shows how tragedy can shed new light on an important topic

August-September 2009

Music industry guru Christopher Knab reminds us why there are so many good record releases, and so few great record releases.

August-September 2008

Music industry guru Christopher Knab tests your knowledge with this insightful, 100 question pop quiz.

June-July 2008

Music industry guru Christopher Knab offers up a very complete primer on this most essential music business tool.

April-May 2007

Music industry guru Christopher Knab reminds you that it takes money to make money with your music.

February-March 2007

Music industry guru Christopher Knab shows there are only two grades on a music retail report card - either you sold records or you didn`t.

December-January 2006

Music industry guru Christopher Knab shows that access to the audience mean you need to know who`s guarding the gate.

October-November 2006

Music industry guru Christopher Knab helps you write a cover letter, complee with a prototype and instructions.

August-September 2006

Music industry guru Christopher Knab talks about keys to staying in a label`s good graces.

June-July 2006

Music industry consultant Christopher Knab offers invaluable advice and nutritious food for thought.

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Throughout his fprty year career in the music business, FourFront Media & Music's Christopher Knab has shared his experience at many industry conventions and conferences, including the New Music Seminar and the Northwest Area Music Business Conference.

Knab was owner of a San Francisco music store, co-owner of the 415 Records label, and station manager at KCMU Radio in Seattle.

He currently provides a unique consultation and education service for independent musicians and record labels. His new book is entitled "Music Is Your Business".

Christopher Knab

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