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How To Start A Record Label A Step By Step Guide by Darrell Ballard

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Published by AuthorHouse .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Music industry,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • Business Aspects,
  • Business & Economics-Entrepreneurship,
  • Music / Business Aspects

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8467775M
ISBN 101418449067
ISBN 109781418449063
OCLC/WorldCa60459831

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An entirely new way to start your record label Your new record label is already registered officially with PPL. You have your own ISRC codes for registering releases. And a range of certificates with your label name and details are also included - bold, bright and ready to announce you’re in business.   1) Pick a Name for the Label. The first step is, of course, pick a name for your record label. However, before deciding on a name, you can save yourself a .   Many indie labels skip this step, at least initially, but it is a good idea to have your record label set-up as a legal business entity from the start. You will need to be an actual, legal business if you want a business bank account or credit card, and it certainly makes tax time a lot more manageable.   The New Way to Start a Record Label. So you have a passion for music and the determination you need to make it in the music industry, but need some help getting started. If this describes your situation, then there’s a new way to start a record label you should know about – it’s called Record Label in a Box.

  The amount required to start a record label company may vary slightly from country to country and from state to state. Part of the factors that can influence the start–up cost of a record label is the amount needed to rent or lease a facility, the cost of the equipment you would need and the money needed to brand your business.   Starting a record label in South Africa requires a good understanding of the music industry. Make sure you know your competitors and what music genres are in high demand. Prepare a record label application form, licensing and production . Our guide on starting a record label covers all the essential information to help you decide if this business is a good match for you. Learn about the day-to-day activities of a record label owner, the typical target market, growth potential, startup costs, legal considerations, and more!   The knowledge of what an individual will need to start their own label is in this book. During my days of trying to start my own label I searched for such a book, a blue print of sorts to tell me what steps to take and in what order, I couldn't find any. After years of success with my own company, I decided to give back/5(5).

  Buy How to Start a Record Label: The Definitive Guide to Starting and Running a Successful a Record Label: Volume 1 The Definitive Guide to Starting and Running a Successful a Record Label 1 by Johnson, Jordan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(17).   Like most “how to” books, “How to start a record label: Never Revealed Secrets of Starting a[n] Indie Record Label” guarantees the reader that the content of the book will help the reader start the indie record enterprise and operate it successfully. In this book, Mr Johnson’s writing style is simple; this makes his book easy to s: Start & Run Your Own Record Label is a comprehensive guidebook to building a record label, packed with how-to information about market trends and revenue streams for music releases. In addition to updated information on physical distribution, generating publicity, marketing, and promotion, it also has new information about key. The current record label landscape. Major labels and indie labels - the differences. A&R (Artist & Repertoire - functions and skills required. How to be an A&R agent. How to start a record label - ups and downs from someone who has run a record label successfully. Setting targets and goals at a record label – what will make you different.