By Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0. Increasingly, music producers are looking for State tax credits before embarking on a project. While this has been a big part of television and movie production for some time, music is now seeing the light in how cost-effective it could be to go somewhere besides Los Angeles and New York to make a new record. And since it's easier than ever to record just about anywhere, the tax credits now loom large for many a budget-minded producer. Louisiana has been one of the leaders in music tax credits for some time, but recently Texas...

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