Home
Search results “How does a record company make money”
Money In Music | Why Record Deals Are Getting Bigger w/ Sirr Love
 
10:57
1) Get exclusive music insights at http://Brandmansean.com/newsletter/ 2) Work with BrandMan Sean - http://brandmansean.com/services/ 3) @BrandMan Sean on Instagram Music marketing, branding and business strategy to grow your fanbase and control your career.
Views: 5678 BrandMan
Music Business 101 Bootcamp: Record Labels
 
14:18
Mod City's Music Business 101 Bootcamp Day 3: Record Labels Types of Labels Major- Big name, industry leads *Universal Music (EMI) *Sony Music * Waner Brothers Independent- Less Control, Personalized plans, Less budget money *Big Machine *Coalition Entertainment *French Kiss Label Departments A&R * Find Talent *Develop sound *Choose music for albums *Perfect artist image Marketing or Artist Development * Develop image * Product * Create promotions * Rep for artist in label Radio Promotion *Pick radio singles *Get songs on radio * On air promotions Creative Services * Manage physical image of artist *Photo shoots *Music Videos *CD Packaging
Views: 80559 ModCity Mag
Why Artists Don't Make Money - The Business of Life (Episode 3)
 
23:08
This episode of 'The Business of Life' looks at two creative industries going in seemingly opposite trajectories: the fine art world, where the sky is seemingly the limit for the prices collectors are willing to pay; and the music industry, where the free-fall of record company profits has only recently begun to slow. But at the root of each sector’s rising or declining fortunes is the underlying question: How should we compensate artists? And what value do cultural products create in a society? To get to the bottom of the issue, we’ve tapped the former New Yorker pop critic Sasha Frere-Jones, award-winning artist Ryder Ripps, and Glenn O’Brien, the founder of TV Party, original editor of Interview Magazine, and a former member of Andy Warhol’s Factory. Watch “How the US Workforce is Changing (Episode 1)” - http://bit.ly/1I4IvVW Watch "This is the Modern American Family (Episode 2)” - http://bit.ly/1A6yp5e All content is the sole property of VICE News. Materials presented are for informational purposes only and do not necessarily reflect the views or endorsement of Bank of America. Bank of America, VICE and/or their partners assume no liability for loss or damage resulting from anyone’s reliance on the information provided. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
Views: 528514 VICE News
How To Start A Record Label In 5 Minutes Plus Tips And Tricks
 
11:50
What I Used In The Video To Start A Record Label: http://www.SmartRapper.com/IncFile Distribution For Your Record Label: http://www.SmartRapper.com/TC People have been asking about starting a record label so I have the quick tips to making it happen. Learning how to start a record label is easy and can be done in a matter of minutes no matter where you live. People have been asking me how to start your own record label for a while now so I had to answer it. Check Out My Instagram 125,000+ Followers http://www.Instagram.com/Rob_Level For $30 In Smart Rapper Products FREE Today Only --- http://www.smartrapper.com/signup/ Facebook Fan Page http://www.Facebook.com/SmartRapper Please Click That Subscribe Button For Yourself To Grow As A Rapper
Views: 86822 Smart Rapper
How Much is a Record Deal Worth? Average Amount 2017 @CasiinoSmooth
 
08:38
How Much is a Record Deal Contract Worth? Everyone wants to know how much a record deal is worth once they start to get offers for their big single. Even though a record deals worth is different for every musician and artist I am going to tell you how much the average deal is. First things first, the amount a label will pay you is an advance – you can’t blow it, if you do, you must be confident that you will be able to keep your buzz alive so that you can continue sell records, perform at shows and sell merchandise. A record label will only pay you if they think they can make more money off you and profit after paying you however much they want to pay you. A record label will pay based on your past earnings, and future potential earnings. -- If you have a huge viral single out and you know you can start getting paid for shows, a record label will offer you a year’s worth of your earnings for record sales, streaming, performances and whatever merchandise your selling. Bobby Shmurda revealed he was offered over 1 million by epic records They believe they can scale you Independent labels will offer you around this amount and this is how much Yo Gotti offered one of his new artists. So how much is a record deal worth if you have a hit single? The answer is around $100- $250k from an independent label And 1 million+ from a major label who sees your potential and think they can boost what you already have going and get you in front of a bigger audience. I want you guys to share this info with other music artists. Contact us at ParadymMusicGroup.com for all you management and promotional questions. Need Music Promotion? Visit - https://paradymmusicgroup.com/ IG @ParadymMusicGroup
Views: 39574 Paradym Music Group
What Do I Need To Start My Own Record Label? It's Easy And Cheap!
 
02:59
What Do I Need To Start My Own Record Label? I used to always say "I want to start my own record label" and eventually I did. Along that journey I had to learn the answers to questions about record labels. Don't fear though, starting a music label is easy. So,what is needed to start a record label? I answer all of that in this video for you! There are major and fun benefits on starting a record label. Don't pressure yourself into doing it but please realize there are benefits if you actually are a music artist that is serious about growing something into a music empire. Remember one day you will either want to get signed to a record label or start your own record label. Use This Site To Start Your Record Label: http:://www.SmartRapper.com/IncFile Music Record Label A and R Contacts List FREE: http://www.SmartRapper.com/ARsignup 125,000+ Followers On My Instagram http://www.Instagram.com/Rob_Level See The Cool Stuff On Our Facebook Page http://www.Facebook.com/SmartRapper Click That Subscribe Button For Yourself. Now you know the answer to what does it take to start a record label. :)
Views: 13738 Smart Rapper
How to Start a Record Label - Creating a Business Plan in 5 min - recordlabelheadquarters.com
 
05:59
The Video Course is Finally Here On Udemy: Learn To Start a Digital Record Label:Make Money With Music GET 50% OFF USE THIS LINK: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-start-a-digital-record-label/?couponCode=50OFF Build Your Own Empire In The Music Business My name is Jae Preme. I was just like you. Working for a boss, instead of being one. I had a passion for music, like you, and knew what my dream was but didn't know how to make it a reality. After a lot of hard work, I realized my vision and now own my own record label. I have another passion, helping others. I followed my dreams, but spent countless hours researching, failing through trial and error with no real guide to help me. Now, I'm passing what I have learned on to you. Create, Like a Boss You're here because you love music you want to make money from your music, and you want what the great entrepreneurs in the music business have. A Music Business empire. Artists like Tech N9ne, Master P, Nipsey Hussle, Jay-z, Dom Kennedy, and a host of others have all seen independent success with their music. It’s possible for you also and I'm going to show you how to get started on your journey. To assist you to get started with creating a business plan, try out the Record Label Business Planner!. Additionally, we have summarized the absolutely necessary elements right here below in this outline. Elements of a Business Plan Creating a Business Plan For Your Record Label. Executive Summary Your executive summary is a snapshot of your business plan as a whole and touches on your company profile and goals. Read these tips about what to include. Market Analysis Before launching your business, it is essential for you to research your business industry, market and competitors. Company Description Your company description provides information on what you do, what differentiates your business from others, and the markets your business serves. Organization & Management Every business is structured differently. Find out the best organization and management structure for your business. Marketing & Sales Management How do you plan to market your business? What is your sales strategy? Read more about how to include this information in your plan. Service or Product Line What do you sell? How does it benefit your customers? What is the product life-cycle? Get tips on how to tell the story about your product or service. Funding Request If you are seeking funding for your business, find out about the necessary information you should include in your plan. Financial Projections If you need funding, providing financial projections to back up your request is critical. Find out what information you need to include in your financial projections for your small business. Appendix An appendix is optional, but a useful place to include information such as resumes, permits and leases. Find additional information you should include in your appendix. Don't forget to check out http://recordlabelheadquarters.com To help you with creating a business plan.
How The Music Industry Works
 
03:45
Background Music Song Title: Lessons Foundation Media, LLC ————————————————————————————— This is an excerpt from the documentary "Artifact". It sums up how the music recording industry works in relationship to it's artists. I found it particularly interesting as it relates to the film industry. The über indie filmmaker can learn a lot from what has happened to the music industry. How do artists of any kind survive and thrive in this digital age? That's what I try and explore for the filmmaker over at FILM TROOPER, helping filmmakers become entrepreneurs. ————————————————————————————— Stuck trying to make your movie? Get a FREE gear guide. It’s an equipment list of everything I used to make a feature film for $500 with no crew. Get inspired by what can be made for so little! http://freegearguide.com ————————————————————————————— And don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE :-)
Views: 255743 Scott McMahon
How Much Does A HIT SONG Make In 2018? (You'd Never Guess)
 
08:36
The Link That Gets You 7% Off Your First Year + Supports Smart Rapper If You Use It http://DistroKid.com/SmartRapper How much does a hit song make in 2018? (30 Million?) Streams on streaming platforms If you're on a top spotify playlist your song is getting around 3,000,000 streams just from being in that playlist PER WEEK And that's just from being on the playlist. If you're poppin with a HIT you get more like around 5,000,000 a week PER SONG that you have on a top playlist like Rap Caviar On spotify you get .00397 PER STREAM so that times 1 million makes it around $3,970.00 And times that by 5 because you have 5 million streams PER WEEK on a top playlist and on Spotify ALONE you are making $19,850 PER WEEK on streams. Per month that your song is hot you are now at $79,400 so if it's hot 6 months you are at around $500,000 Just from Spotify Streams. People Purchasing other songs and full projects from you since they suddenly became a fan. You will sell probably at LEAST 50,000 units at $10 each and Apple or anywhere else is taking their 30% cut so $350,000 is what you make from that. Video monetizing - if it gets 100,000,000 views and you get $2000 per million views, so $200,000 in just streams Movie placements and TV Placements You'll get in at least 2 or 3 big movies at around $30,000 per placement so let's just say $100,000 Then the song allows you to actually tour because people know your name and would buy a ticket to your show. And you're getting 50 to 100 thousand a show doing tours with around 50 shows. Let's just say you are getting 50,000 a show TIMES 50 shows that's 2.5 MILLION in show money. Pay everyone out and expenses for the tour and you still kept around 1 Million. Sell merchandise At your shows you are selling merch and that makes you around $10,000 PER SHOW so theres another half a million 4,450,000 - 1557500 = $2,892,500 after taxes And here i didn't mention OTHER streaming platforms or the international reach that music companies have to monetize songs playing damn near anywhere. Really this number comes out to closer to 10 million and if you're a pop star it's around 20 million if you spend a month on the billboard number 1. Think about how a song like Blurred lines made over $30,000,000 that is INSANE.
Views: 164959 Smart Rapper
will.i.am on How to Make Money with Music
 
04:05
In a clip from a longer interview, producer and Black Eyed Peas founded will.i.am discusses digital music and how musicians can make money in an era of free and cheap downloads and YouTube. Click here to subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/wsj Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Visit the Wall Street Journal: www.wsj.com Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 363268 Wall Street Journal
How to Get Signed by a Record Label | Rap Music
 
03:14
Like these Rap Lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1QQmwX4 Watch more How to Rap videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512493-How-to-Get-Signed-by-a-Record-Label-Rap-Music If you want to get signed in today's music business, the first thing you have to remember is that a record label is really a bank. And that bank is going to invest in you because they see potential. And so, to make sure that they're going to get a return on their investment, they want to sign a contract. So, a lot of times when we say get signed, we sometimes only think about your end, like, "Now I'm on, now I'm gonna blow up." But, really, it is more of a contract that someone is investing money,time, energy into you with hope of a return. And that contract means that you have to deliver on that. So if you want to get signed, that's one of the first things that you want to recognize and you want to be prepared to deliver on that agreement. When you go in to get signed, some of the things that a record label will look for is whether or not you have a following. Of course, talent is a given. You got to have talent, but there are a lot people who don't have talent, some would say. Talent is a given. So with that talent, then comes building a following. If you have a following, whether that's people on your block, or in your neighborhood, or coworkers, or people that you went to school with, those people should follow you on Twitter on Facebook, on ReverbNation on DatPiff. Let people follow you via social media. And when you go into a record label or a company that wants to sign you, they're going to look to see if you have a following. Second thing is you've got to have an image. People need to be able to look at you and think that, "Wow, this is a star." This is somebody that, when people look at them, they want to be like this person. So that means that you have to be comfortable in your skin or just cool. And the third thing that you want to do, if you really want to get signed, is you've got to put yourself out there. You know, nobody's gonna come on to your block or come to your door and knock. "Hey, you know, is such and such here?" Nobody's going come looking for you. You have to be able to put yourself out there, network. Ask around, "How can I meet people at record labels?" So, another way of getting yourself out there, or putting yourself out there, is by going to open mics. By going to open mics, you expose the world to your talent and you never know who could be at a performance. Or another performer that may like your style and you two start collaborating, and by collaborating, you get seen by a new audience. The whole goal is to put yourself out there. And cream rises to the top, meaning that when you're good somebody's gonna notice. And once you get noticed, that usually leads to an opportunity to get signed. But if you want to be signed, you've got to put yourself out there. You've got to really build a following and you have to be prepared to be a star, by having yourself look like a star and feel confident that you could be a star. And that's how you get signed in the music business.
Views: 112450 Howcast
Starting and Financing an Independent Record Label
 
05:38
In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org - Syd Butler, founder of French Kiss Records, talks about the various strategies by which he financed his independent record label. He goes into detail about working with the labels first signings, the different income streams labels have available to them, and the importance of saving money for future expenses. He also shares his thoughts on the mutual commitments between the artist and the label that signs them.
Views: 86341 ArtistsHouseMusic
We Signed One Of The Worst Record Contracts With Atlantic Records (247Hh Exclusive)
 
03:49
Music Bed Produced By: OK! Chris Introduction Produced By: Mike Jaxx and Tha Hydrox Skinny DeVille of Nappy Roots sits down with @247HH to talk about how they found out that they had signed one of the worst deals, when they first signed with Atlantic Records. Find out how they made a negative situation into a very positive one. #247HHEXCL
Views: 44383 NappyRootsVEVO
What Happens When You Submit Your Music To Record Labels & Signed Artists?
 
09:22
Clip from a 2-hour livestream exclusively for Monster A&R producers & songwriters ► Join Monster A&R: https://bit.ly/2MfPO3r ► Facebook: https://bit.ly/2Lk8zpN ► Instagram: https://bit.ly/2HtEKAB ► Twitter: https://bit.ly/2DqIwIJ
Views: 890 DameTaylorTV
RECORD LABEL / MUSIC PULISHER EXPLAINED!
 
05:16
This video explains the difference between RECORD LABELS & MUSIC PUBLISHERS and how Artists, Songwriters & Composers get paid in the music business! Disclaimer: The information on this channel is for general guidance and is NOT legal advice. If you need more details on your rights or legal advice, please contact a lawyer or solicitor. Subscribe to get the latest videos! Like EmpoweredSelf on Facebook for more info and to keep in touch: http://on.fb.me/1R86b2r Follow EmpoweredSelf on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mpoweredself Feel free to comment, like & share
Views: 10422 EmpoweredSelf
What to Expect in a Recording Contract
 
04:17
In this http://www.artistshousemusic.org interview, Maggie Lange, an attorney and Professor of Music Business/Management at Berklee College of Music, describes the major points to be found in a recording contract and what they actually mean for you, the artist, such as: the term of the contract; what your royalty checks will actually contain; and what decisions are taken out of your hands when you sign on the dotted line.
Views: 80985 ArtistsHouseMusic
What Is A 360 Deal??? (Music Business Advice For Independent Artists)
 
03:58
Subscribe ► http://goo.gl/Fz5dBH Buy My Book on Amazon ► http://goo.gl/29jjQc Buy My Book on iTunes ► http://goo.gl/9LGXKQ Personal Consultations ► http://goo.gl/yninBH The 360 deal is nothing new. The first reported 360 deal was English recording star Robbie Williams’ deal with EMI in 2002. In the last few years 360 deals have become common place. New artists signing with a major label or their affiliates can expect it as a matter of course. The reason for the prevalence of the 360 deal is the dramatic decline in income from sales of recorded music. Income from sales of pre-recorded music reached its peak in 1999 at approximately 14.5 billion dollars. By 2012 that amount had shrunk to only approximately $7 billion - a decline of more than 50%, mainly due in part by the rise of the Internet. Under the traditional paradigm, the label would pay the artist a small royalty, which was even smaller after all the deductions. The artist could expect to receive no recording royalty at all unless his album was a major commercial success. But he got to keep everything else: publishing, merchandise, touring, endorsements, etc. However, these days artists often generate more money from other activities than record sales. For instance, Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball Tour grossed over $227 million dollars, and 50 Cent’s deal with Vitamin Water turned golden when he accepted shares in the company in exchange for authorizing the use of his professional name in “Formula 50”. It is reported that his shares were worth over $100 million after Coca-Cola purchased Vitamin Water’s parent, Glacéau, for $4.1 billion. These developments have spurred the labels to seek to participate in all the possible revenue streams generated by an artist. I have seen small labels also known as production companies get in on the act and insist that new artists sign 360 deals with them even if they put little or no money into recording and make no promises in regard to marketing or promotion. These companies expect the artist to provide fully mastered recordings for little or no money upfront, and they demand income from all sources of revenue. This is an excerpt from Chapter 6: Contracts and 360 Deals from my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following" for Music Business advice which will help you succeed! The book will teach you how to successfully start marketing your brand online. The book covers all aspects of being successful in online branding, not just the music business. Various topics are covered such as: Starting an LLC, Getting Your Music in All Digital Music Stores, Social Media Marketing, 360 Record Deals and Contracts, Entertainment Lawyers, Split Sheets, Online Marketing, Advertising and Going Viral, Publishing, Building Successful YouTube Channels and Gaining Millions of Subscribers, Getting Major Record Deals, Starting a Record Label, Publishing Deals, Royalties, PROs, Instagram & Twitter Marketing, How To Properly Use Social Media, The Rise of Streaming Music and More! Learn how to stay relevant in the New Age Digital Music & Entertainment Business by reading this book! Ousala is a Grammy Nominated Songwriter and Publisher from Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of “How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following”. Ousala started his career in entertainment as a filmmaker and was titled “most depraved director in New York” by NY Daily News after producing the controversial “Criminals Gone Wild” documentary in 2007. In 2008, Ousala contributed in the production of The History Channel show, “Gangland”. Ousala began working in the music industry as an artist manager and publisher in 2011. Within three years, Ousala’s first artist management project became a huge success. By 2014, Ousala secured his artist a major publishing deal as well as a major recording deal after co-writing a #1 Billboard hit song, which was later Nominated for a Grammy Award. In 2016, Ousala was honored at the 29th Annual ASCAP Rhythm And Soul Music Awards for “Tuesday”, which was among the top ASCAP songs on the 2015 year-end charts. Ousala’s work has appeared in The Washington Post, New York Magazine, The Fader, XXL, The Source, Mass Appeal, among others; he has also appeared as a guest on Fox News programs including “The O’Reilly Factor”, “Geraldo At Large”, CNN’s “Out In The Open with Rick Sanchez” and HBO documentary "Noisey: Atlanta". Follow http://instagram.com/prestleysnipes http://twitter.com/prestleysnipes http://facebook.com/prestleysnipes http://prestleysnipes.com
Views: 6790 PrestleySnipes
How major record labels promote an album
 
11:29
Promoting an album is all about timing, money, and having the right team around you. To get 100 free spins at Jango Streaming Radio, use this link http://goo.gl/zJovlO. Download our Ebook on how to release your own music like a major label. http://www.yourmusicrelease.com Learn more about music publishing at http://www.musicpublishingonline.com Download music contracts that you can edit and print to your needs. Visit http://www.musiccontractshub.com Are you listed in the Worldwide Music Directory? It is free to do, and takes less than 5 minutes. Visit http://www.worldwidemusicdirectory.com Visit our main website at http://www.musicmoveit.com
Views: 3007 Music Business Advice
HOW RECORD LABELS SCREW THEIR ARTISTS
 
10:52
Apply for the new Label idea: https://fanlink.to/sineUP I'm Jon Sine uploading daily vlogs about my life as a DJ & Producer. Listen to the songs used in this video: 🎶 https://axs.fanlink.to/Spotify 🎶 ✓ Subscribe: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/youtube ➥➥➥ LIST OF MY EQUIPMENT ➥➥➥ ▶ GET REWARDS & SUPPORT THE CHANNEL Get cool rewards and support the channel on Patreon ⇢ https://jonsine.fanlink.to/Pt ▶ LISTEN TO MY MUSIC ⇢ Spotify: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/Spotify ⇢ SoundCloud: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/SC ▶ FOLLOW ME Facebook: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/Facebook Instagram: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/insta Snapchat: jonsine - https://jonsine.fanlink.to/Snap Twitter: https://jonsine.fanlink.to/Tw ▶ FOLLOW MY RECORD LABEL AXSENS DEMOS: https://fanlink.to/demo YouTube: https://fanlink.to/YouTube SoundCloud: https://fanlink.to/SC Facebook: https://fanlink.to/Face Instagram: https://fanlink.to/Insta Twitter: https://fanlink.to/Tweet ▶ APPAREL & MERCH https://jonsine.fanlink.to/apparel ▶ FREE SOUNDS & SAMPLES https://jonsine.fanlink.to/samples ▶ MIXING & MASTERING https://jonsine.fanlink.to/mixing ▶ TRACK SUBMITS send me your music to get feedback: https://fanlink.to/submits ▶ BUSINESS CONTACT [email protected] ▶▶▶ MY EQUIPMENT ◀◀◀ the following links will direct you to amazon ● Studio Hardware: ⇢ Big LG Screen: http://geni.us/y3FF ⇢ Speakers: http://geni.us/7j1G ⇢ Small Reference Speakers http://geni.us/j5cBI ⇢ Best Headphones: http://geni.us/BY6ilNf ⇢ Super cheap alternative: http://geni.us/I3lax ⇢ Best Soundcard: http://geni.us/4mt2I9 ⇢ Old soundcard: http://geni.us/N5wqTR ⇢ Good cheaper soundcard: http://geni.us/IDvXmFs ⇢ Microphone: http://geni.us/CYztV ⇢ Full size Keyboard: http://geni.us/9El6Dy8 ⇢ My Computer: http://geni.us/nufaaA ⇢ Trackpad: http://geni.us/YdoD ⇢ Keyboard: http://geni.us/pyacj ⇢ Backup Harddrive: http://geni.us/U21E ⇢ Chair: http://geni.us/RLTbFV ● Studio Software: ⇢ Best for mastering: http://geni.us/aXnzXyB ⇢ Best for mixing: http://geni.us/D0Ap5w ⇢ Best for Vocals: http://geni.us/Xrn2ZSy ⇢ Most Komplete Plugin Bundle: http://geni.us/31VmSq ⇢ Best Synth collection: http://geni.us/RxlbW ⇢ Pro Plugins: http://geni.us/CHOVuAA ● Camera Equipment: ⇢ Camera: http://geni.us/nZtfi ⇢ Cheaper good alternative: http://geni.us/2fRI5KT ⇢ Selfie Stick: http://geni.us/a1Aeo ⇢ Wide Lens: http://geni.us/jmUGds ⇢ Mic: http://geni.us/kZUP ⇢ Smaller alternative Mic: http://geni.us/UAx4O ⇢ Small LED light: http://geni.us/jsled ⇢ Big Tripod: http://geni.us/jstripod ⇢ Spinning Timelaps Thing: http://geni.us/jsspinn ⇢ My old Camera: http://geni.us/js5100 ● DJ Equipment: ⇢ DJ Headphones: http://geni.us/jshd25 ⇢ Mixer: http://geni.us/jsdjm ⇢ CD-Player: http://geni.us/jscdj ⇢ CD-Player cheaper alternative: http://geni.us/jsxdj ⇢ Best DJ USB sticks: http://geni.us/jlHZ ● Other Stuff: ⇢ Best wireless Earbuds: http://geni.us/XcBJe ⇢ Sunglasses: http://geni.us/EwtAAy ⇢ Good home listening Speaker: http://geni.us/XYbAej ⇢ Smaller version: http://geni.us/WYmW90 ⇢ Scratch Off World Map: http://geni.us/jsmap ⇢ Backpack: http://geni.us/jspack
Views: 3972 Jon Sine
How Record Deals Work ? The Pros & Cons of Signing w/ a Major Label
 
05:46
During this episode of Maschine Kulture https://liftedkulture.wordpress.com/hip-hop-news/ I go over the pro's and con's of 360 record deals and how they affect an artist getting paid. While using maschine studio and Komplete kontrol 49 by native instruments to make a sample hip hop beat. Connect With Me Now: https://www.instagram.com/kaseythemoor/?hl=en https://twitter.com/kaseythemoor https://soundcloud.com/kaseythemoor https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/maschinekulture/ https://www.periscope.tv/kaseythemoor Please Support The #MaschineKulture Movement https://twitter.com/search?q=%23maschinekulture https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/maschinekulture/?hl=en How Record Deals Work ? The Pros & Cons of Signing w/ a Major Label
Views: 20567 Maschine Kulture TV
3 Things To Know Before Starting A Music Label
 
01:56
Launching your own record label may seem like a boss move, but consider these things before taking the leap. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ComplexHustle/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVAWBDbI_scGDPB4kdz0e4Q Twitter: https://twitter.com/complexhustle Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/complexhustle/ Complex Hustle is a lifestyle channel for creators, entrepreneurs and young professionals navigating the new economy. Delivering daily news, expert insight and original programming – we explore all things hustle – from the corner to the corner office. It’s a platform for the leaders and change-makers of today. We sit at the intersection of media, entertainment, technology and culture. Our content covers the many stages of entrepreneurship, empowering today’s do-it-yourself generation to design the careers they want. We equip our audience with the tools and tips to create content, develop products and build businesses in the modern world.
Views: 9536 Complex Hustle
Master P Breaks Down How Independent Artists Can Make Money [92Q.COM EXCLUSIVE]
 
07:11
Master P knows a thing or two about how independent artists can become millionaires. Check out his interview with Baltimore's iiKane of 92.3 FM as he breaks it down for independent artists. Take notes!
Views: 288839 RadioOne Baltimore
How To Start A Record Label
 
07:48
Subscribe ► http://goo.gl/Fz5dBH Buy My Book on Amazon ► http://goo.gl/oVngmj Buy My Book on iTunes ► http://goo.gl/9LGXKQ Personal Consultations ► http://goo.gl/yninBH Want to start a Record Label and become a Music Mogul? Here are the first steps that you will need to take on your journey to the Billboard charts. I recorded this video last year, after I wrote my book. Check it out and leave your thoughts below. Check out my book "How To Make It In The Music Business: Using Social Media Marketing To Build A Large Following", I give several tips and advice, which will help you to market and build your brand. The book will teach you how to successfully start marketing your brand online. The book covers all aspects of being successful in online branding, not just the music business. Various topics are covered such as: Starting an LLC, Getting Your Music in All Digital Music Stores, Social Media Marketing, 360 Record Deals and Contracts, Entertainment Lawyers, Split Sheets, Online Marketing, Advertising and Going Viral, Publishing, Building Successful YouTube Channels and Gaining Millions of Subscribers, Getting Major Record Deals, Starting a Record Label, Publishing Deals, Royalties, PROs, Instagram & Twitter Marketing, How To Properly Use Social Media, The Rise of Streaming Music and More! Learn how to stay relevant in the New Age Digital Music & Entertainment Business by reading this book! "How To Make It In The Music Business" Free #Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-make-it-in-the-music-business/id1277634489 Check out my #documentary series "Life of Artist Manager" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjVBsL7yVbRUQpIkRST7qLfp3WGzd4CWK Follow http://instagram.com/prestleysnipes http://twitter.com/prestleysnipes http://facebook.com/prestleysnipes http://prestleysnipes.com
Views: 5473 PrestleySnipes
Get Up To $1 Million In Funding  - Why Get A Record Deal
 
01:12
Click here ►► http://recordlabelfunding.com Most musicians/artists never get a record deal because they don’t think at all about what record companies want from them. Imagine you are in a band, trying to get a record deal. Obviously you know what you want from this record deal. You want access to the record label’s resources. These resources are used to propel your music career forward, attract new fans, sell more records, make more money and go on bigger tours. But have you thought about what the record label wants? (Hint: think beyond your music.) Answer: record companies want to make money. A record company is no different from a venture capitalist who provides funds to startup businesses. An investor invests money into a business only if he believe the business has the potential to become profitable and pay back the investment (with interest). You May Also Like: Musicians On StageHow To Make Big Money In Music Learn the top 5 ways to make big money as a professional musician. Piano PlayerHow To Get Many More Loyal Fans Take this test to learn how to get a lot more serious and loyal fans. Plugging Into AmpWhat Music Companies Want Most Learn what music companies want from you & how to give it to them. Record labels, managers, and successful bands are looking for artists who think in terms of mutual benefit. You must think in this way before any company in the music industry will want to work with you and invest their money and resources into your music career. To become a successful business partner of any record company, you must first grab their attention. This quick test tells you what things you need to acquire to get record companies interested in you. Key Mindsets You Need To Acquire: Don’t seek to be merely an employee of a record label. Think in terms of a win/win, value-added partnership. You and the record company add value to each other to reach your respective goals. You get access to record company’s resources that grow your music career, fan base and income. Record company gets a portion of your growing music career income in exchange for taking the risk of investing in you. Do not feel like you are entitled to receive money or opportunities simply because you are talented. It is not the record label's job to reward you for your music. It’s their job to reward you for the value you bring to them (beyond the music). This video shows how adding value ensures success in your music career: Make it easy for the record company to work with you. You do this by learning as much as possible about how the music industry works before you seek a record deal. How These Mindsets Help You: Record company executives expect you to know how the music industry functions BEFORE they begin to work with you. They don’t want to answer basic questions about the music industry, general business, mental attitudes, image, stage presence, logistics, etc. They also don’t want to waste time and money teaching you things you can and should learn on your own. When you get training on how the music business works, you show initiative, commitment and a strong mindset. These attitudes set you apart from thousands of other musicians who compete with you for a record deal. You also help reduce the risk record companies have to take by agreeing to work with you. Example: Imagine that your band was put on tour by a record label, but the management believes that your band does not know how to conduct yourselves on and off stage. They will require you to be coached in these areas. (This is very common for new and inexperienced bands.) Rehearsals take an additional week (at the rate of thousands of dollars per day). Money spent on extra rehearsals is subtracted from the rest of the budget allocated for your tour, record promotion and music career. That said, this extra money MUST be paid back to the record label first before your band sees any profits from the tour OR your record. Win/Win Alternative: You can easily get music business, career and mindset coaching before you work with a record company. Then make this fact known to the record company when you contact them. This positions you as a win-win partner with much lower risk and avoids unnecessary waste of the company’s money and resources. You become a much more likely candidate for a record deal. Adopting the success-focused mindsets helps you build the thriving music career you want much faster and easier. This quick test tells you what things hold you back from massive success in the music industry. get a record deal how to get a record deal, get a record deal now, how to get a record deal fast, how can i get a record deal, how to get a record deal as a singer, how to get signed to a record deal, how to get a rap record deal , how to get a record deal with interscope , how to get a record label deal , how to get a rap record deal fast ,
Views: 4227 Record Label Funding
Royalties: How much money can you make off a beat?
 
05:16
How much money can you make off a TV placement? Well, it all depends. I have a beat placement on a TruTV show called Operation Repo. This is an important point: Royalties are PASSIVE INCOME. In other words, once that beat is written, you don't have to do anything else to make it keep generating money for you. If it's a hit, they'll continue to play it on some oldies station way into the future. Even when Operation Repo gets canceled, they'll still be playing the old episodes somewhere and I'll still be collecting money from it without lifting a finger. Nice! That's why we got into music after all. The basics: First off, royalties are collected and distributed by a Performing Rights Organization, or PRO. The big ones are ASCAP, BMI & SESAC. I'm a member of BMI. You can only be a member of one PRO at a time. Some say BMI pays better for film/tv and ASCAP pays better for CDs/downloads. Who knows. Anyway, once you join a PRO, you let them know where/when your work is being performed. For this example, I had a beat I licensed (leased) to TruTV for the theme song to the show Operation Repo. The production company has to send Cue Sheets (a list of what music was used in the show, who wrote it and how long it played for) to BMI so they can pay me (after they take their cut of course!). This is hard to get done. In my experience, no one wants to send in cue sheets. You can call all day and no one cares and you can't do anything about it except keep bugging them (or threaten to put a cap in dey ass). You can bitch and moan to BMI and they'll just tell you that they have to get the cue sheets from the production company and to call them. Anyway, I landed that show a few years back and it's still playing. I've made my BMI Royalty Statement available for download so you can check it out. Off that one show, I made close to 7k that quarter. There are 4 quarters in a year and the show has been playing for 8 seasons, so it's been a money maker for me for sure. This was the first project that opened my eyes to the power of royalties. It's great that you're leasing a beat for $19.99. But you're not going to retire on that. You're going to retire on the royalties you'll earn on a hit track. Why do you think so many successful musicians stop releasing music (they don't do SHIT)? It's because they don't HAVE to. They don't have to tour any more because they're getting benjaminz from royalties. That 80's song that plays on the radio once in a while that you laugh at and say "Oh dang, I 'member dis record!"—that's money in someone's pocket yo! Someone who sits at home watching Netflix while you're gridin' away at the local collective and making beatz part time! Hopefully that'll be you someday and soon playa. There are different pay scales for different uses: radio plays pay different than TV plays. An instrumental track pays less than a track with a vocal, etc. These are listed in the royalty statement. A lot of people worry about joining a PRO, but don't worry about it unless you have a beat on the radio, TV show, movie (not one your friend made using his iPhone!), commercial, etc. In other words, you have to have your beat in something that they can track in order to pay you. There are other reasons to join a PRO and a good one is networking. They often have events you can go to and meet up-and-comers as well as established writers. Also, they throw parties that can be fun. Last year I went to Vegas to watch Pitbull give a private show and accept some awards. It was cool to get tanked, eat and hang out with Pitbull on someone else's tab. You don't HAVE to join a pro btw. You can do a direct license (which is what a beat lease is) where you get paid directly from whoever is licensing (leasing) your beat. If your beat ends up as a hit single or on a CD then you'll probably want to join a PRO. Anyway, let me know if you have any questionz.
Views: 175034 Huge Beatz
HOW TO START YOUR OWN RECORD LABEL AS AN ARTIST
 
13:42
● Camera Equipment: ⇢ Camera: http://geni.us/nZtfi ⇢ cheaper good alternative: http://geni.us/2fRI5KT ⇢ Selfie Stick: http://geni.us/a1Aeo ⇢ Wide Lens: http://geni.us/jmUGds ⇢ Mic: http://geni.us/kZUP ⇢ smaller alternative Mic: http://geni.us/UAx4O ⇢ Small LED light: http://geni.us/jsled ⇢ Big Tripod: http://geni.us/jstripod ⇢ Spinning Timelaps Thing: http://geni.us/jsspinn ⇢ My old Camera: http://geni.us/js5100
Views: 22734 Jon Sine
Starting an all digital record label
 
09:46
Starting a record label is expensive. You need a solid budget to cover many costs. Many indie artists and bands are going all digital for their indie labels. This cuts the cost of manufacturing. To get 100 free spins at Jango Streaming Radio, use this link http://goo.gl/zJovlO. Download our Ebook on how to release your own music like a major label. http://www.yourmusicrelease.com Learn more about music publishing at http://www.musicpublishingonline.com Download music contracts that you can edit and print to your needs. Visit http://www.musiccontractshub.com Are you listed in the Worldwide Music Directory? It is free to do, and takes less than 5 minutes. Visit http://www.worldwidemusicdirectory.com Visit our main website at http://www.musicmoveit.com
Views: 34478 Music Business Advice
How To Get A Record Deal? [Rick Barker] Music Industry Blueprint
 
06:18
Two Free Ebooks and Social Media For Music: http://www.musicindustryblueprint.com Tom Jackson : http://www.onstagesuccess.com Song Town USA:https://www.facebook.com/SongTownusa
Views: 69931 Rick Barker
How to Start a Record Label (The Right Way) - Chase Lawyers
 
02:27
How do I start a record label? What do I need to start my own record label? Attorney Barry Chase explains the necessary steps involved in creating and protecting your own record label in the ever changing music industry of today. ChaseLawyers℠ is a “boutique” entertainment, arts, sports, and media law firm with offices in New York City and Miami, Florida. We represent both institutional and individual clients, with particular emphasis on the music, film, television, sports, radio, modeling, literary and Internet industries. For more information visit http://www.chaselawyers.com or call (305) 373-7665. Produced by Forever Current Studios http://www.forevercurrent.com
Views: 11097 Chase Lawyers
The Reality of Artist Development Deals at Major Labels
 
05:21
In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org - Owen Husney, a manager, talks about today's lack of artist development by the record companies and the importance of a fan base. If bands want quality guidance from a label they need to have already proved themselves independently.
Views: 37350 ArtistsHouseMusic
How to Start a Record Label with $10!
 
09:55
Kelby Cannick shares how he got into music and started a record label with just $10. Register for Makin' It Magazine's FREE Online Music Business course at http://www.MakinItMag.com/Music101 to learn: - How much should you sell your beats for? - How to find investors for your music or business - How to get guaranteed radio play and receive royalties - How to spot a Music Industry Scams! - How to get booked for paid shows - The REAL way to increase Twitter, Facebook and Youtube numbers - How to really get your music in front of A&Rs and Major Label execs. - How to set a budget for your project - What's the best way to get my music distributed? - and Much, Much MORE!
Views: 245203 Makin' It Magazine
Amuse Looking To Sign Artists + Free Music Distribution [First Mobile Record Company]
 
04:08
1) Get exclusive music insights at http://Brandmansean.com/newsletter/ 2) Work with BrandMan Sean - http://brandmansean.com/services/ 3) @BrandMan Sean on Instagram - - - -- - - - - - -- - - - - -- Check out Amuse - https://amuse.io/ - - -- - - - -- - - - - -- - - - Music marketing, branding and business strategy to grow your fanbase and control your career.
Views: 11665 BrandMan
How to get Signed to a Record Label - ParadymMusicGroup.com @CasiinoSmooth
 
04:18
Are you asking yourself “How to get signed to a Record Label?” Well you should, and having an audience is the most important step if you are wanting to get signed to a music label. Technology makes it easy for the average person to think they have a chance at making it in the rap game. There are at least 100 new music artists a day who are also in the “rat race” to get the attention of a reputable record label and I promise you that the video below will create major insight on the steps to being successful in this music industry. Everybody else is asking the million dollar question of how to get their music heard without paying loads of money and the answer is to have strategy and follow the basic steps in the following video. Are you tired of spamming your soundcloud links all over social media just to get a couple hundred plays? Are you tired of asking people to like and share your music on their pages just for exposure. Stop wasting your time posting your music on Facebook to the same audience only to get little results. Learn how to get people talking about your music and create a buzz big enough that record labels will be throwing their pens at you to sign their record deal! Other people might think they know how to get signed to a record label, but this information will give you the right kick start you need to get your career rolling in the right direction. The video below has tips that A&R music industry professionals actually give to their up and coming rap artists. Use the information wisely based on your situation and its guaranteed that you become a better prepared music artist. Need Music Promotion? Visit our website today https://paradymmusicgroup.com/ IG @ParadymMusicGroup
Views: 180122 Paradym Music Group
HOW IT'S MADE: Christian Music
 
03:13
John Crist and Aaron Chewning are Christian music record executives, trying to sign their newest discovery, The Cross Trainers. Written by John Crist, produced by Aaron Chewning. John Crist is a standup comedian. Visit http://www.johncristcomedy.com for more videos, bio and live tour dates.
Views: 1679392 johnbcrist
What is RECORDING CONTRACT? What does RECORDING CONTRACT mean? RECORDING CONTRACT meaning
 
08:22
What is RECORDING CONTRACT? What does RECORDING CONTRACT mean? RECORDING CONTRACT meaning - RECORDING CONTRACT definition - RECORDING CONTRACT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A recording contract (commonly called a record contract or record deal) is a legal agreement between a record label and a recording artist (or group), where the artist makes a record (or series of records) for the label to sell and promote. Artists under contract are normally only allowed to record for that label exclusively; guest appearances on other artists' records will carry a notice "By courtesy of (the name of the label)", and that label may receive a percentage of sales. Labels typically own the copyright in the records their artists make, and also the master copies of those records. An exception is when a label makes a distribution deal with an artist; in this case, the artist, their manager, or another party may own the copyright (and masters), while the record is licensed exclusively to the label for a set period of time. Promotion is a key factor in the success of a record, and is largely the label's responsibility, as is proper distribution of records. While initial recording deals usually yield a smaller percentage of royalties to the artists, subsequent (or renegotiated) deals can result in much greater profit, or profit potential. A few acts, such as Madonna, Michael Jackson, R.E.M., U2, and Janet Jackson, among others, have signed multimillion-dollar deals. Whitney Houston signed a $100 million deal with BMG to deliver just six albums, the largest recording deal at the time. Robbie Williams signed an L80m (US$125m) contract with EMI. For many other artists, though, for the millions to become tangible, hit albums meeting or exceeding their previous sales figures must follow. Recording contracts may include opt-out clauses for the label in the event an act's popularity dips or the act releases non-hit albums under the deal. For instance, Mariah Carey was dropped by Virgin Records and her $80 million recording deal cancelled after her first album released by the label sold poorly. Record companies put forth huge sums of money to produce, release, and promote an album. Recording time, manufacturing, packaging, photos, distribution, marketing, and music videos are just some of the areas where the label must spend money on an act it has signed. The label usually absorbs these expenses, but in some artists contracts, some of this money may be due back to the label, unless otherwise worded. Advances (upfront money that is paid directly to a recording artist) are normally always owed back to the label. Once (and if) the advance has been paid back from record sales, the artist then begins to see royalty payments for additional sales. Advancing an act money is a risk the label endures as it does not know how well the act's album will sell. Capitol Records suspended Linda Ronstadt's contract in the early 1970s, as Capitol had spent more money on Ronstadt then it had yielded. She continued to tour partly to pay Capitol back for her 1960s deal, and a string of hits in the mid-1970s allowed her to finally clear the debt. Record companies expect to make a profit, and little concern themselves with a given performer's lack of business or financial savvy, as artists such as George Michael have discovered. "Walking out" on a deal is very difficult or nearly impossible, as is attempting to strike a new deal without completing an old one. Donna Summer signed a new deal with Geffen Records in 1980, and released an album on Geffen. She was then told by her previous label, Polygram Records, that she owed them another album, per her agreement. She recorded and delivered an album to Polygram that the label released, and it became a hit. Summer then went back to recording for Geffen Records for her next project. The Mamas & the Papas were forced into a reunion, years after their 1968 breakup, by the letter of their Dunhill Records contract, which required one more album to be completed -which became 1971's People Like Us.
Views: 702 The Audiopedia
Tom Corson, President of RCA Records, Explains "What the Major Record Labels Can Do for You..."
 
03:33
Click HERE http://bit.ly/1Hk28cc to sign up for a FREE DEMO of the Renman U course! Tom Corson is one of the biggest players in the music industry, as the President and COO of RCA Records. He found time out of his busy schedule to pop into the RenmanMB Studio and chat with Steve about all things Record Label. Tom is a wealth of knowledge and highlights all the different facets and services a label provides their artists in this new Renman Live segment. Straight from the President's mouth, you don't want to miss this one! If you're looking to do something great in today's music business than RenmanMB is for you! With over 90 live shows and 500+ videos, we're talking with the smartest, most talented artists and music professionals about today's music business. Founded by legendary Music Industry expert Steve Rennie, RenmanMB is your one stop for the best advice and education on today's music business. For exclusive access to our content and site, become a member of our site by clicking here: http://www.renmanmb.com/community/register Don't have a manager but have a question for the Renman? #AskRenman! Click here to submit your question and the Renman will personally answer it: http://www.renmanmb.com/ask-renman/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube page for new content updated weekly!http://bit.ly/subscribeRENMANMB Find RenmanMB on social media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/renmanmb Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/renmanmb Google+: http://plus.google.com/renmanmb Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/renmanmb Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/renman-live ------------------------- renman renmanmb "steve rennie" "manager" "band" "music" "music industry" "music and business" "renman music and business" "how to" business "indie music" musicians "rock music" label "record label" YouTube "YouTube music video" "A bad manager is worse than no manager at all" -Renman Would you know your perfect manager if you met them? Check out our Tips From the Pros Management PDF to find out what you should be looking for in your search for the right manager. https://renmanu.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Tips-from-the-Pros-Manager.pdf "A bad manager is worse than no manager at all"-Renman Would you know your perfect manager if you met them? Check out our Tip From the Pros Management PDF to find out what you should be looking for in your search for the right manager. https://renmanu.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Tips-from-the-Pros-Manager.pdf
Views: 10854 Steve Rennie
Create an Independent Record Label
 
10:02
Create an Independent Record Label https://open.spotify.com/user/noglokel/playlist/1omjMumjtCmhJLzLalOoTq https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/top-artist/pl.u-gxblgGlt5aoaVWL https://play.google.com/music/listen#/pl/AMaBXympHSQRQLcFPklZ6BXD71fqOJ1AjhrCVZ0-i2Ua0SFXBYF6Hp2ZMaeZMERzZG7-ijDoppV86TL2rK7tV-jh-1-3yoSH5Q%3D%3D Currently we are having $25,000 artist competition Nakenterprise.com To create a record label there are a few things that is needed. Lets talk about the eight steps needed to create a successful record label. We will talk about beats, studio, business entity and royalties. We are Nakenterprise Corp Instrumentals/Beats: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/nakenterprise/648123186#see-all/recent-albums https://play.google.com/store/music/artist/Nakenterprise?id=Amyy7bntcfo3tcp5qn6tydywcu4
Views: 73627 Nakenterprise
What is RECORD LABEL? What does RECORD LABEL mean? RECORD LABEL meaning, definition & explanation
 
03:54
What is RECORD LABEL? What does RECORD LABEL mean? RECORD LABEL meaning - RECORD LABEL definition - RECORD LABEL explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A record label is a brand or trademark associated with the marketing of music recordings and music videos. Often, a record label is also a publishing company that manages such brands and trademarks, coordinates the production, manufacture, distribution, marketing, promotion, and enforcement of copyright for sound recordings and music videos; conducts talent scouting and development of new artists ("artists and repertoire" or "A&R"); and maintains contracts with recording artists and their managers. The term "record label" derives from the circular label in the center of a vinyl record which prominently displays the manufacturer's name, along with other information. Within the music industry, most recording artists have become increasingly reliant upon record labels to broaden their consumer base, market their albums, and be both promoted and heard on music streaming services, radio, and television, with publicists that assist performers in positive media reports to market their merchandise, and make it available via stores and other media outlets. The Internet has increasingly been a way that some artists avoid costs and gain new audiences, as well as the use of videos in some cases, to sell their products. The music industry has changed remarkably over the past decade due to the decline in album sales and free content available online. This has caused record labels to find new avenues of making profit with their artist and many turn to 360 deals. A 360 record deal means that the record label keeps nearly all the profit from an artist generated from album or digital sales, performances, merchandise, commercial ads, endorsements, etc. Many artist are starting to release themselves independently for this reason. Record labels may be small, localized, and "independent" ("indie"), or they may be part of a large international media group, or somewhere in between. As of 2012 there are only three labels that can be referred to as "major labels" (Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group). A "sublabel" is a label that is part of a larger record company but trades under a different name. When a label is strictly a trademark or brand, not a company, then it is usually called an "imprint", a term used for the same concept in publishing. An imprint is sometimes marketed as being a "project", "unit", or "division" of a record label company, even though there is no legal business structure associated with the imprint. Record companies and music publishers that are not under the control of the big three are generally considered to be independent (indie), even if they are large corporations with complex structures. The term indie label is sometimes used to refer to only those independent labels that adhere to independent criteria of corporate structure and size, and some consider an indie label to be almost any label that releases non-mainstream music, regardless of its corporate structure. Independent labels are often considered more artist-friendly. Though they may have less financial clout, indie labels typically offer larger artist royalty with 50% profit-share agreement, aka 50-50 deal, not uncommon.
Views: 3681 The Audiopedia
How To Get Your Music Heard By Record Labels/A&R's
 
07:52
https://www.monstersessions.com/
Views: 140699 DameTaylorTV
How Record Companies Make Money - #EWWNRADIO @DonJrCEO @KeshaMsCEO
 
03:27:56
While record companies represent a huge part of the music industry, the other huge part consists of radio stations. Record labels and radio stations must work together to succeed. Record labels must get radio stations to play the music of the artists they represent, and radio stations need a consistent flow of new material for their listeners. While record companies make their money by selling albums, radio stations make money by broadcasting advertisements. Radio stations need an audience of listeners so that advertisers will buy airtime. If record labels can deliver radio stations music that will get listeners, stations can sell airtime. In this way, everyone gets what they want. There is a process that both labels and radio stations go through before this can happen. Bio On @DonJrCEO DON JR – CEO was born on 3/22/78 at 4:20 pm in Jewish Hospital located in St. Louis, MO. He is the eldest of five children. DON JR – CEO is the son of Don Cody Sr. the CEO of Moses Media Inc. When DON JR – CEO was 3 months old, his father carried him into KATZ radio station located downtown St. Louis, MO. That was the beginning to his long history in the entertainment industry. DON JR – CEO dropped out of high school in the 10th grade. He was only 16 but he realized that the internet was the wave of the future. When he turned 22 he started working for his Father at Moses Media Inc. He interned for 3 months when Don Cody Sr. came up with a new service called the Internet Audio Presentation known throughout the music industry as the IAP. DON JR – CEO produced the first IAP for Moses Media. It was for Busta Rhymes J Records, “Break Your Neck.” He designed IAP’s for 16 out of the top 20 major record companies. He produced IAP’s for various artists such as TI, Mike Jones, Alicia Keys, 50 Cent and American Idol winners Ruben Stutter, Fantasia and Bo Bryce. DON JR – CEO worked under his father for 3 years and in 2003 he launched Duet Custom Designs & More. The mission statement of Duet Custom Designs & More was “We work with individuals and companies to deliver top quality designs to fit any budget.” The first services offered were CD Artwork, Logos, Business Cards, Website Banners, Websites, Custom Myspace Pages, Booking Shows and getting Radio Airplay. Once he started speaking to clients they requested other services such as Promotional and Marketing Branding Services, Corporate Identities and Contracts. After working with so many Major and Independent Artists, DON JR – CEO had a track record for building companies and Brand Names such as Rap Star Promo and MP3Waxxx just to name a few. He also worked for TBCN – TV Tampa Bay where he produced religious programs. DON JR – CEO relocated to Los Angeles, CA and changed the name of the company to Impressive Concepts Inc. His company specialized in Viral Marketing, Website Development, Web Hosting, Internet Audio Presentations (IAP), Voice Over Talents, Professional Beat Production, Publicity, Radio/Record Promotions, Consulting, Corporate Identities, Event Planning and Promoting, Printing, Graphic Designing, CD Pressing (Duplication), Voice on Hold, Radio Commercial Production, Massive Email Campaigns, T.V./Radio Commercials Production, Video Production and File Conversion. He started consulting more businesses and companies where he selected the top 35 companies to give them opportunities to get the most return for their services. At night DON JR – CEO worked for Imagitorium Studios learning video production and editing. After migrating through the industry, DON JR – CEO decided to commence conference calls via the internet. There calls included educating listeners on the business side of the entertainment industry, taking Artists and their careers to the next level, booking shows, setting up interviews and guiding Artists in their development. DON JR – CEO is considered to be a mogul in his respect by many. Today DON JR – CEO continues pressing forward by evolving with the times. Still teaching the etiquettes of the arts through his Blog Talk Radio station – Entertainment World Wide Network, he has opened the doors for many by guiding them in the direction that leads to success. To some people DON JR – CEO is a tyrant but in all honesty he is a perfectionist. When he commits to doing a project, whether minor or major his creative juices flow to get the best results for his client. DON JR – CEO has designed over 1500 IAP’s and 500 Websites. He has worked on projects with industry legend such as Ken Wilson, Morace Landy, Nicole Sellers, Chris Pringle and Jay King. DON JR – CEO lives by the motto, “We Make The Impossible Look Easy.” DON JR – CEO is a God fearing man, a Consultant, Trend Setter, Leader, Father, Brother and DON JR – CEO Is In The Building. Personal note: Thank you taking the time out to read his Bio. DON JR – CEO is a man with a vision.
Views: 195 DON JR CEO
Amuse.io Is Free Music Distribution Safe?
 
04:05
Subscribe for more - https://goo.gl/N8vy2Y Amuse - http://www.Amuse.io DistroKid With Discount - https://distrokid.com/vip/seven/612177 A Word from one of the founders. Hey! I am one of the co-founders of Amuse. Thanks for posting about us. Let me clarify our business model though. We DO NOT sell data to third parties at all. We are a record label that does digital music distribution for free. Our business model is to sign artists to our label. By providing free distribution we get access to a lot of interesting new artists. We look at the data we get from the services like spotify, apple music and youtube etc, to understand which of the thousands of artists using our service that is generating true fans. The ones we think we can help and become future stars, we offer a license deal. In the case where the artist wants to work with us, our deal is simple, we split profits 50/50. So that's how we make money, by providing a free, fair and simple service to distribute your music and when there is opportunity to make something big we partner with the artist. Amuse.io is a tool that allows you to upload your music to services like iTunes and Spotify for free and even collect the royalties from the music if its successful. But whats the real cost? Amuse.io offer us as creators in music and new and free way to distribute to the major platforms. So getting on iTunes and Spotify is easier than ever and now at no financial cost. So whats the catch? is your music safe on these platforms? And how can any company really offer you totally free distribution. Unders on the web Microphone - https://goo.gl/OK2E3y Blog - http://www.audioplugins.co.uk Bandcamp - https://warriorsoundrecords.bandcamp.com Spotify - http://bit.ly/1TOZi5n Soundcloud - http://bit.ly/1TOYzkS (Free download) Twitter - https://twitter.com/Undersofficial Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UndersOfficial YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/undersoundz Buy Logic X - https://goo.gl/hvpVSv #unders #warriorsound #freemusic #freedistribution #freespotify #freeitunes *Some links contained my be affiliate links. These links help support the creation of content on this channel, No opinions have been paid for.
Views: 15750 Unders
How To Start A Record Company & Finance It
 
04:13
itsmapps.com, itsmapps.blogspot.com This is the introduction to a series of other videos, that will show anyone, how start a record company with little or not much money, incorporate and setup the business aspect for the record company and also get money and funding for the company. Showing you how to create something from nothing while learning business and business credit. No personal credit needed or will effect this process.
Views: 302 itsmapps
Publishing Deals vs. Record Deals with Richard Griffiths
 
07:47
Click HERE http://bit.ly/1Hk28cc to sign up for a FREE DEMO of the Renman U course! From Agent to Music Publisher to Record Label Exec to Manager, Richard Griffiths has seen and done it all in the Music Business. Dealing with artists his whole life in the Music Industry, he knows a thing or two about what publishing deals look like versus record deals. In England, Richard broke the conventions of what constituted the standard publishing deal, certainly in contrast to how those deals were negotiated in the United States. Richard has also signed countless artists as an A&R. To say Richard is an expert in signing artists would be an understatement. But, publishing deals and record deals are two different ballgames. A record label will have different interests in their artists versus a Music Publishing company. In this segment, Richard talks about where those interests lie and highlights the importance of publishing deals in the modern music world. Founded by legendary music manager Steve Rennie, RenmanMB is your one stop for the best advice and education on today's music business. If you are serious about a career in the music biz check out our new interactive online course Renman U Insider's Guide to Today's Music Business (http://www.renmanu.com). This course is for any person who aspires to a career in the music business as an artist or music professional. In it I'll explain in a practical way all the key areas of today's music business including making music, music publishing, record labels, touring, building a professional team, marketing and promoting your music, and understanding the key points in band agreements, record deals, publishing deals, managers, and management contracts. I'm also going to talk about what it takes to get your head in the right place to do something great in this business Click HERE http://bit.ly/1Hk28cc to sign up for a FREE DEMO of the Renman U course! If you're looking to do something great in today's music business than RenmanMB is for you! With over 100 live shows and 500+ videos, we're talking with the smartest, most talented artists and music professionals about today's music business. For exclusive access to our content and site, become a member of our site by clicking here: http://www.renmanmb.com/community/register Don't have a manager but have a question for the Renman? #AskRenman! Click here to submit your question and the Renman will personally answer it: http://www.renmanmb.com/ask-renman/ Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube page for new content updated weekly!http://bit.ly/subscribeRENMANMB Find RenmanMB on social media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/renmanmb Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/renmanmb Google+: http://plus.google.com/renmanmb Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/renmanmb ------------------------- "renman" "renmanu" renmanmb "steve rennie" "manager" "band" "music" "music industry" "music and business" "renman music and business" "how to" business "indie music" musicians "rock music" label "record label" YouTube "YouTube music video" "A bad manager is worse than no manager at all" -Renman Would you know your perfect manager if you met them? Check out our Tips From the Pros Management PDF to find out what you should be looking for in your search for the right manager. https://renmanu.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Tips-from-the-Pros-Manager.pdf "A bad manager is worse than no manager at all"-Renman Would you know your perfect manager if you met them? Check out our Tip From the Pros Management PDF to find out what you should be looking for in your search for the right manager. https://renmanu.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Tips-from-the-Pros-Manager.pdf
Views: 26925 Steve Rennie
The Dark Side of Drake's OVO Sound Label
 
10:11
Is the record label OVO Sound, or is it really “Drake Sound?” On the flip side of that argument, is it fair to get sucked into the conspiracy theory that artists on OVO are putting their personal careers secondary to that of their chief Drake? — Look, Drake is clearly the most successful mainstream rapper/singer out right now. He’s carving a solid spot so deep into the Billboard charts that some weeks it seems to consist of Drake and a small handful of others. But when it comes to OVO Sound, it often seems like there is only room for one superstar on the label…Drake. What exactly is going on with OVO, and why does a record label with the most popular performer in the world seem to be plagued by a history of issues.. #Drake #OVOSound #HipHopMadness https://instagram.com/hiphopmadness https://twitter.com/hiphopmadnessus https://www.hiphopmadness.co.uk (coming soon) © HIPHOPMADNESS 2018. All rights reserved
Views: 250547 HipHopMadness
Ep. 56 - How To Start A Record Label
 
07:07
We’ve come across many people who claim they want to start their own record label but don't know what steps to take to actually do it. Watch as Sirr Love Breaks down exactly what’s needed to get you started and help you understand the differences between a record label and a production company, or publishing company or even a management company. Are You Ready? Let’s Beam In! Check Out What We Have For You At Phasevi.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check Out Phase Vi Break Out Artist Yani Mo @ Yanimomusic.com or listen to her new music @ www.soundcloud.com/yanimo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Need Beats Go to Prorowbeats.com the exclusive Producer of PHASE VI
Views: 2974 Phase Vi
How To Start a Record Label - Creating a Business Plan Part 2
 
13:30
GET 50% OFF USE THIS LINK: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-start-a-digital-record-label/?couponCode=50OFF TBuild Your Own Empire In The Music Business My name is Jae Preme. I was just like you. Working for a boss, instead of being one. I had a passion for music, like you, and knew what my dream was but didn't know how to make it a reality. After a lot of hard work, I realized my vision and now own my own record label. I have another passion, helping others. I followed my dreams, but spent countless hours researching, failing through trial and error with no real guide to help me. Now, I'm passing what I have learned on to you. Create, Like a Boss You're here because you love music you want to make money from your music, and you want what the great entrepreneurs in the music business have. A Music Business empire. Artists like Tech N9ne, Master P, Nipsey Hussle, Jay-z, Dom Kennedy, and a host of others have all seen independent success with their music. It’s possible for you also and I'm going to show you how to get started on your journey. So, why this course out of all the courses out there on starting a record label? Real simple! Everything You Need, One Course You may be saying to yourself, "I don't know anything about the Music Business." This course compiles everything you need to know to start from scratch with no prior experience. Starting with the basics and providing you with the step-by-step instructions that I would have loved to have had myself when I started. Some of the information in those other books and courses are great, but a lot of it is so outdated. This is the digital age baby!! Most of that information that you get from other courses apply to brick & Mortar record label startups. In these times you can legitimately start a digital record label with way less money than you had to back in those times. The cool thing about it is you can do it right from home. This course is geared toward the digital age and provides tons of online links to sources you will need to utilize. This saves time on doing all the searching yourself online. If you are an artists like myself, the music business is wide open for us these days. No longer do we have to hope, and wish, for a record deal. Now I’m not saying getting a record deal is a bad thing at all, but why not at least make an attempt at doing it yourself and then reaping all the benefits in the long run? If you are looking to sign to a label I would suggest you sign to a strong independent record label who is applying the business strategies and techniques that I am going to share with you in this course. I’m going give you all the information you are going to need to start your digital record label, but if you don’t apply it, years will go by and you will still be a dreamer in the same position you were in five years ago. Oh, and another thing, I can’t guarantee your label will be successful because if your music sucks, or your artist music suck, you are going to have a hard time no matter what genre of music you’re in. So what is it that you are going to learn in this course you ask? Business setup Releasing your music on iTunes and other digital music platforms How to register your songs to make money from publishing Marketing and promotion Recording a project and what you need to get it done yourself Ways to make money from music placements Shooting your own music videos Making money on YouTube All the extra stuff you won't find from a Google search And much more… Stop Dreaming, Start Doing The secret to success isn't about luck. Successful people create their own luck. They seek out the resources they need to get things done. They put in the time and work. They get out there and do it. You have a dream, get out there and live it! If you are lazy, unmotivated, lackadaisical, spoiled, or just a negative person this course is not for you. You at least have to be first willing to change your mindset, attitude, and the way you look at life. GET 50% OFF USE THIS LINK: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-start-a-digital-record-label/?couponCode=50OFF
How Much Money Does A Producer Make On A Song?
 
00:46
Music producer salary payscale. How do music producers get paid? Therichest. Production and programming, many producers collaborate with artists on songwriting song a music producer writes, arranges, produces records songs for other or their own musical projects. How much money does the average film scorer make? [career apr 17, 2014 do you want to become a music producer? Learn producer salary and how can start your career in production dec 5, 2011 ok so find out let's discuss each one of them earn or charge their jan 19, 2012 calculating song royalties is tricky business, but it's clear that massive hit like 'rolling deep' 'poker face' make as with moroccan born redone, trained songwriting arts jul 2, 2017. A mid level producer can charge anywhere from per master. Jul 30, 2015 often, the upfront money that a small label or an indie artist can offer, if any at all, it does not make sense in many cases to base producer's royalty on for years, producers generally did create new music dec 16, 2013 are being paid two ways either flat fee meanwhile, known some, hip hop artists receive more since they record modern industry need, than ever, into form of recording contract with production company is also called upon do same their. How much does a music producer make for top 40 hit? Quora. Can you make money by producing a ton of music records? . And superstar producers can get up to per master, and sometimes even higher how much do big make song? Like hit boy or lex lugar. Not sure apr 22, 2017 music producers make a big impact on your album they can also hip hop get more money because tend to be much the artist does not owe producer any royalties until (or often, their what it take become producer? Becoming sounds exciting many young people, but just don't know how parts are clashing, and ways song memorable or catchy. How 10 major songwriters make big money how much does a producer on song? Youtube. So theyll prolly sell a beat anywhere from $500 upfront, then make money off of your album sales what i wanna know is how do producers money? Away,if he charge 35k for much you think his beats run mixtape? . So many of my peers not only produce, but play on records, write, engineer, dj you have to ask yourself the question, what kind records do i want produce? . How much do producers really make? Owsla's nick thayer music producer agreement free legal advice freeadvice. How much money do big name producers charge for a beat? music actually make future forums. The fee also can be influenced by whether the label is a local, national independent, or major record company let's do math! normally producer will have to negotiate their points which vary. How does a producer get paid musiccontracts blog how class "" url? Q webcache. Like how much you think clams got from working with rocky. Ways to make money as a music producer. You oversee [average film scorer make]. Googleusercontent search. How much do famous producers charge for 1 beat. This is kind of a stupi
Views: 174 Trix Trix
What is MUSIC INDUSTRY? What does MUSIC INDUSTRY mean? MUSIC INDUSTRY meaning
 
03:18
What is MUSIC INDUSTRY? What does MUSIC INDUSTRY mean? MUSIC INDUSTRY meaning. The music industry consists of the companies and individuals that make money by creating and selling live music performances, sound recordings and music videos of songs and instrumental pieces. Among the many individuals and organizations that operate in the industry are: the songwriters and composers who create new music; the singers, musicians, conductors and bandleaders who perform the music; the companies and professionals who create and sell recorded music and/or sheet music (e.g., music publishers, producers, recording studios, engineers, record labels, retail and online music stores, performance rights organizations); and those that help organize and present live music performances (booking agents, promoters, music venues, road crew). The industry also includes professionals who assist singers and musicians with their music careers (talent managers, artists and repertoire managers, business managers, entertainment lawyers); those who broadcast music (satellite, Internet radio stations, broadcast radio and TV stations); music journalists and music critics; music educators and teachers; musical instrument manufacturers; as well as many others. The modern music industry emerged between the 1930s and 1950s, when records supplanted sheet music as the most important product in the music business. In the commercial world, people began referring to "the recording industry" as a loose synonym for "the music industry". In the 2000s, a majority of the music market is controlled by three major corporate labels: the French-owned Universal Music Group, the Japanese-owned Sony Music Entertainment, and the US-owned Warner Music Group. Labels outside of these three major labels are referred to as independent labels. The largest portion of the live music market for concerts and tours is controlled by Live Nation, the largest promoter and music venue owner. Live Nation is a former subsidiary of iHeartMedia Inc, which is the largest owner of radio stations in the United States. Creative Artists Agency is a large talent management and booking company. The music industry has undergone drastic changes since the advent of widespread digital distribution of music via the Internet, which includes both illegal file sharing of songs and legal music purchases. A conspicuous indicator of this is total music sales: since 2000, sales of recorded music have dropped off substantially while live music has increased in importance. The largest music retailer in the world is now digital: Apple Inc.'s online iTunes Store.
Views: 165 The Audiopedia
Music Business Video: Make Money Online by JaWar
 
01:09
JaWar, Author of the Music Industry Connection Books talks about the new music business record label & using tools to make money online while creating multiple streams of revenue in the music industry. Visit gojawar.com for links and resources on this subject. JaWar is a Motivational Speaker, Author and Business Consultant. He regularly speaks on personal achievement, how to make money online, the music business and self-publishing your own book. Schedule JaWar as a featured speaker for your next event by visiting gojawar.com or calling 678-887-4656.
Views: 1977 Ja War

Sample cover letter executive director position summary
Sample cover letter for job application for hr officer
Cover letter mental health case manager
Writing article service
Paper writing service