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Common Record Company Terms

If you are an emerging musical artist, approaching a record company can be quite intimidating. However, if you are informed about the industry, the process, and your goals, you will be more likely to find success. Below are some key terms to learn about record companies.

  • Agent - An agent is the person that will help you find a contract with a record label. He or she may also help you find performance gigs.
  • Engineer - An engineer is the professional who manages the controls and tools of the studio equipment during recording. Computer software helps manage the various elements.
  • Manager - A manager is the person who will help plan and stage your career, including public appearances, tours, and financial business.
  • Label - Label is another word used to refer to a specific record company.
  • Mixer - The control panel that allows the engineer to adjust sound, tone, and volume coming from the microphone or instruments during a recording session.
  • Mastering - Mastering is the process of polishing and refining the audio in preparation to distribute the album or track. Mastering is often done digitally with computer software.
  • Production - Production refers to the professional aspects related to touring, videos, and recording costs.
  • Rider - A rider is the contract between a performer and a venue that outlines the length of the show and payment.
  • Royalty - Royalties are the money that is paid to both the studio and the artist.
  • Independent - An independent label is one that works with a smaller number of talented artists and musicians at a time. They often have to use more tools to gain publicity, but are unique among larger music labels.
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    Radio Connection Broadcasting Institute
    1201 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017
    The Recording Radio and Film Connection has been utilizing the mentor-apprentice (extern) training approach to help our students launch careers in broadcasting, recording and film for over 30 years.
    (310) 456-8341
    JMG Media Group
    4197 Garth Wait Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90008
    Explore the fierce rhythms of a prominent record label in Los Angeles, CA. Contact our entertainment company at (323) 839-4848 to learn more about our production services. Explore the fierce rhythms
    (323) 839-4848
    Satellite Studios
    1975 Riverside Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90039
    The area's most affordable and relaxing rehearsal studios. We offer rental equipment and other services like film and event locations. If you want to record music that people are going to enjoy then come here.
    (323) 666-1609
    Greedy Entertainment
    8219 S Normandie Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90044
    (818) 623-3099
    Millenium Plus Records
    1324 W 57th St, Los Angeles, CA 90037
    (323) 834-8010
    Fokis Productions
    4614 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90062
    (323) 508-3300
    Sri Entertainment
    444 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071
    (213) 489-9840
    Pax Stereo
    3784 Northland Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90008
    (323) 296-6165
    Birmingham Entertainment LLC
    110 S La Brea Ave Ste 120, Inglewood, CA 90301
    (310) 330-1155
    Century Media Records
    2323 W El Segundo Blvd, Hawthorne, CA 90250
    (323) 418-1400
    Brushfire Records
    424 N Larchmont Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90004
    (323) 957-9967
    Dangerbird Records LLC
    1605 Lucile Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90026
    (323) 660-0507
    Origami Vinyl
    1816 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
    (213) 413-3030
    Del Records LLC
    8050 Florence Ave, Downey, CA 90240
    (562) 776-1100
    Sirens
    657 N Spaulding Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036
    (323) 653-2520


    In the past, signing with a record company was the only way artists could produce, distribute, publish and promote their music. A record company owns and operates music labels, which manages the business of creating, marketing and distributing records. Today, artists have software tools available that can help them create a home recording studio and produce their own demos and master recordings to submit to a record label, with the hopes of ultimately getting signed to a record deal. Many artists have managed to produce high quality audio sound from their home studios, without the need for a professional music engineer. With little more than a computer, an audio digital recorder, a microphone and speakers for output, artists can create high-quality audio recordings. There are software tools to help artists through the process of recording digital audio, producing the music and creating a demo or master audio recording. With help from the social media revolution, it's never been easier to promote and distribute a demo, without a recording contract and the backing of record companies and labels. New home studio software and advances in digital recording have also ushered in an explosion of indie record labels, which have taken advantage of new low-cost technology to sign and publish their own music and sign bands and artists that in the past would have never been able to break into the mainstream music industry. While there is still a place for traditional record companies and record labels, artists now have a variety of avenues to get their music published including producing their own records and forming their own indie record labels.
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