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Nice post :)
You definitely need FileMaker! Have a look at the example databases shipped with the application and consider reading a book. Using FileMaker 9 is the name of my favorite.
And ask here if you have any distinct questions. Only nice people around here, no flames. Everybody willing to help. Nice community.
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FileMaker does make available some free templates ( http://www.filemaker.com/solutions/creative/ ), but IMO you'd be better off looking at a commercial product (developed in FileMaker) such as: http://www.studio-manager.com/