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Key Terms Relating to Record Labels

When you are looking for a record label to sign your band, there are a variety of labels to choose from. The most basic decision to make is to go with a major or indie label. An indie label generally gives more artistic freedom, but may not have the resources to offer a lucrative deal. A major label has more access for marketing and promotion. Become familiar with the following key terms before sending out your demo to potential record labels.

  • Commissioned Music - Music that is created for an intended purpose. A record label may ask a specific band to contribute a song for a movie soundtrack. This is an example of commissioned music. Make sure to read the details of the contract to understand how the royalties will be paid out for CD sales.
  • Protected Music - Any music that is under copyright law. If you are sending a demo to a record label, it is a good idea to have your music copyrighted.
  • Artist Manager - A person who promotes the band and looks to increase awareness of the music.
  • Rights Owner - This is a term that refers to the person or company that owns the copyrights to the music. An artist that is signing a contract usually gives up the rights to the label. This may also mean that they have the ability to use your music for any purpose with or without your consent.
  • Publisher - A person or company that attempts to find outlets for a band or artist's music. This is a way to market a song and to increase royalties.
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    Ghetto Celebz Music Group Llc.
    2556 Ambassador Court, High Point, NC 27265
    Contact our record label today at (336) 804-8757 in High Point, NC, for poignant songs that rouse your emotions.
    (336) 804-8757
    NuMainstream
    625 Franklin Blvd, Greensboro, NC 27401
    At our Greensboro recording studio you will be treated like a star and record in a professional environment!
    (336) 484-1781
    Go Gitta Records, Inc.
    5515 Larchmont Ave, Charlotte, NC 28215
    Record label Go Gitta Records, Inc. represents up-and-coming hip-hop artists. Contact us in Charlotte, NC, for information about our new music and live events.
    (980) 505-8262
    Gwop Up Records Inc
    1712 N Liberty St, Winston Salem, NC 27105
    (336) 722-6707
    Mammoth Records
    101 B St, Carrboro, NC 27510
    (919) 932-1882
    Swagged Out Ent.
    103l North Hills Ct, Danville, VA 24541
    (434) 791-2746
    Merge Records
    409 E Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC 27701
    (919) 688-9969
    Unanimous Music Group
    820 Hamilton Street, Charlotte, NC 28206
    To record, promote, and sell your work through an independent record company and recording studio, contact us at (980) 215-9496 in Charlotte, NC.
    (980) 215-9496
    Gorilla Mob Entertainment
    616 Chicago Ave., Charlotte, NC 28203
    (704) 975-9589
    Traxx Recording Studio
    2520 Old Us 421, Lillington, NC 27546
    (910) 893-8729
    Untouchable Worldwide
    5300 Old Pineville Rd, Charlotte, NC 28217
    (704) 529-3139
    Dynasty Family Records
    Po Box 1672, Lillington, NC 27546
    Contact us in Lillington, NC, at (888) 972-0499 to take your music career to the next level with our record label at your side.
    (888) 972-0499
    Old Hat Enterprises
    417 S Dawson St, Raleigh, NC 27601
    (919) 838-9003
    Threshingfloor Audio
    585 Charlottes Ln, Lincolnton, NC 28092
    (704) 748-9644
    Angels Records Inc
    5141 N New Hope Rd, Raleigh, NC 27604
    (919) 954-0733


    Record labels are businesses that typically sign all sorts of major bands, artists, and musicians. A record company will do this in order to get the indie musician or band started in the business, and make a profit from their talent as well. Some common genres labels deal with are rock, hip-hop, country, pop, and Christian rock music. When a record label deals with a new musician, the artist or band must sign a contract. Not only does this ensure that they have a business agreement, but several stipulations will be involved as well. There are major record companies located around the world. Some of these professionals deal with the American music market. While record labels have to listen to new songs or demos from potential bands and musical artists all the time, they also have to produce and promote new CDs. Once albums start selling, musicians can make royalties off of the songs for a long time. In general, major record labels use a great deal of media to promote their indie pop stars, hip-hop bands, and Christian rock groups. Furthermore, depending on the contract each professional signs, he or she may have to perform in specified locations and on various tours around the world. By surfing the internet, you can learn about record labels, music bands, and how contracts work in general. As you may already know, a wealth of information is at your fingertips regarding record contracts, song royalties, and music label company locations on the web.
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