Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-258) and index.
|Statement||J.S. Rudsenske ; J.P. Denk, editor.|
|Series||Music business made simple|
|Contributions||Denk, James P.|
|LC Classifications||ML3790 .R832 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2004021538|
An indispensable step-by-step guide to releasing your own records and beginning a working independent label. Since the boom of homemade records and independently-minded musicians in the s, the alternative music industry has grown from strength to strength, driven by a policy that privileges the music itself over the aggressive marketing and branding strategies of the : 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 issues including/5(). If you’re looking to create an independent record label, this book written by J.S. Rudsenske and J. P. Denk is a great choice. The authors have provided a detailed guide of the process you need to follow to realize this goal. The second book in the Music Business Made Simple series, provides the tools needed to start and operate an independent record label. It offers useful, straightforward advice and information that apply to every person who is interested in starting a label, presently running a small label, or curious about how an independent record company operates/5(1).
Another reviewer mentioned that the book was written by an entertainment attorney. I too felt the book too often pointed the reader to his website to purchase additional services and products. Not a bad read, but there are much better books on starting up a record label /5. An indispensable step-by-step guide to releasing your own records and beginning a working independent label. Since the boom of homemade records and independently-minded musicians in the s, the alternative music industry has grown from strength to strength, driven by a policy that privileges the music itself over the aggressive marketing and branding strategies of the majors.4/5(25). With that out of the way, let’s learn how to start your own record label together. Owning and running a successful record label is a major ambition for many budding music entrepreneurs. The independent music sector is booming, with new labels and . 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.
There are two types of music record labels: major and independent (indie). There are only 3 major record labels in the UK and they are Sony, Universal and Warner Music. These major labels are so big that they have their own in-house distribution, press, promotion, and generally huge budgets for artists. 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. Book Descriptions: We have made it easy for you to find a PDF Ebooks without any digging. And by having access to our ebooks online or by storing it on your computer, you have convenient answers with Music Business Made Simple Start An Independent Record Label. Get this from a library! Start an independent record label. [J Scott Rudsenske; James P Denk] -- "Presents the information and tools needed to successfully start and operate an independent record label"--Provided by publisher.