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Independent Record Labels

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BC: The End

FC: By Jacob Legg | Independent Record Labels

1: Independent record labels are not the downfall of finance in the music in the music industry, because they are not corporate owned, they let their artists reserve the rights to their work, and they target a more reliable demografic


4: Recording Stuidos in 1970s

5: Major labels controlled all audio produced | A recording studio could cost around 50,000 dollars

6: changes in technology

7: basic recording equipment now is very cheap and the average person can obtain these devices


9: Punk, Hardcore, and New Waves of British Heavy metal movments where crucial points in indie lable history

10: "Sigh Who you want" | Brian Slegal- Founder of Metal Blade Records

11: Tony Brummel- Founder of Victory Records

12: Number One Independent Record label of 2005 VICTORY RECORDS/VICTORY METAL | Source of income


14: Independent record labels target a more reliable group of people

16: INDIE Labels use inter-net, college, and pirate radio stations to broadcast music

17: This is because major labels can pay up to 400,000 per song played on major stations | BROADCAST YOURSELF

18: INDIE Labels actually encourage the idea of online music piracy

19: some people are more inclined to download an unknown artist become a fan and purchase merch

20: Independent music labels help the industry prosper although Major labels try to hide this fact. Enzine Articles stated in a news post "Major Labels are going the way of the dinosour

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