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What Does a Record Company Do?

June 22, 2007 1:32 PM | Education | Comments (1)

If you get signed to a record company, you the artist will go into the studio and record songs for the record company.   The record company makes copies of the master recording and ships it to a distributor.  The distributor is a wholesaler who then sells the CDs to retail outlets like Best Buy, Sam Goody and Tower Records. 


How to Get Your Demo Heard

June 19, 2007 5:05 PM | Education | Comments (3)

Getting recognized by mailing your demo to record labels isn’t impossible, however, 99.9% of the time your material will not get listened to. Even if you have the best song on the planet, it will not be listened to. Record labels want to limit their liability, so they do not listen to unsolicited music. Record labels don’t want to listen to numerous songs and then be held liable if someone claims their material was copied.


Getting Paid Music Royalties

June 13, 2007 6:27 AM | Education | Comments (0)

Let’s face it.  It’s all about money!  Yes, the entertainment industry seems fun and exciting, but people are in it to make money.  As an artist the most important contract in the music industry is the record contract.  The royalty is a portion of money from record sales paid to the artist for his/her music.


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