24 Comments

  1. Ansel Owen

    Good information, will make a difference on my part

  2. Sam Gouthro

    great read! :)

  3. Beniking_GOE

    Am actually innovated by this article, thank you. I think starting a label isn’t a bad idea at all.

  4. Leopoldo Kerntke

    Though it’s rare, what sounds mind-blowing in a million-dollar studio might sound like it was recorded in the back seat of a Gremlin when taken out of the studio environment.

  5. Anonymous

    useful .. don’t sound that bad at all

  6. Jeafi Greatworks

    this was very useful to me. thanks.

  7. Jordan Solano

    Very helpful , I’m looking forward to make my own Record Label.

  8. Ayanda

    This is great stuff , easy to understand and do

  9. youngdarit

    I love this article with passion. God bless you, I believed this’ll help me in the future a lot. Thanks to y’all.

  10. Dej Halt.

    Thank You So Much For This Great Info. It Definitely Came In Handy!

  11. Charlie

    I needed re assurance and this gave me life. I was just un a state of shock after figuring out what needed to be done. But this clarifies it for me…THANKS!!!!!

  12. Feared Alien Voodoo

    Turned down 2 labels in the 90s. This makes more cents to me.

  13. King Dominant (YKD LM)

    thank you for this brilliant article it gives me the basic insight on how I can start my own record label. I have my own studio which I believe is an essential basis for any record label. now am good to go!!!

  14. Aaron Alvarez-Arana

    Thank tou for your info! I am an experienced record label vet!

  15. Richard Sorce

    Several (many!) years ago, as a songwriter, I scored several spots on Billboard, Record World, Cash Box and numerous others; all the songs that hit the charts, whether nationally or regionally were on major labels, with some on their affiliate labels. It is rare, very rare, when a self-promoted indie can achieve the success of a major label. No indie can compete with the international distribution and saturation level of a Sony, Universal or BMG among a few others. Nevertheless, anything can happen if the music connects. Best wishes!

  16. EFFELO BLAQ

    Am blessed reading this.. Thank you!

  17. xander c.

    great, great, summary. very kind and generous of you to share the information — which is key.

    music is still a community of artists …

    much thanks

  18. shina oluwayomi (Nigeria)

    this is a great information i sincerely appreciate you. you are loved

  19. Nelson

    Really great information,am looking forward to start my own recording label.

  20. Vi Wickam

    Really good information! Thanks for keeping it interesting.

    Vi

  21. Stephfon DeFrance Shavers.

    I need to start my own record company on line.

  22. Anonymous

    Nice overview!

See more