#1
I'm writing a comic (and an accompanying novel) about interns in a record company and a band that recently signed with one.

It'll be a satire of the music industry; the people who work for it; selling out; eccentric musicians; people who shoehorn anti-corporate speeches into any conversation they have, no matter how irrelevant; etc. All while working in an overlying (and overused) plot about satanism in rock.

Problem is, I have no idea what goes on in a record company. I don't know what interns do, I don't know how bands get signed or what they do immediately after they get signed, I don't know what the people in charge do, none of that stuff.

Does anybody know where I can learn more about the inner workings of the music industry?
#2
Try visiting a record company or finding a virtual tour of one
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#3
Watching documentaries is a good start. This Is Spın̈al Tap is a great example.
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#5
See if any of your friends know people involved in the industry. All about connections.
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