Much of the music business is not well understood, particularly how to set yourself up so that you can make money from each of the revenue streams that music can command. We try to help as much as possible.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 23, 2015
This is a new era of recording artists and independent labels seeking to launch their own careers, via an independent presence on the internet and social media. In 2015, artists and aspiring moguls are increasingly seeking an affordable business format which will establish themselves in the music industry and protect them while doing so.
Enter Instant Record Label, LLC™, the “one-stop shop” for professional-level documents, to set a new company on the track to success. InstantRecordLabel.com is the “UN-law firm,” a way to get the documents needed for under $1000. While Instant Record Label does not offer legal services, it offers legal documents, which have been developed by distinguished entertainment attorneys and used by dozens of successful independent labels, worldwide.
Instant Record Label spokesman, Barry Chase, explained that too many promising artists and would-be music moguls face disaster when they try to sell their music because they have failed to set it up as copyright-protected “intellectual property.” Even if they gain acceptance among fans, instead of the money they deserve, they get lawsuits and business disasters because of what they didn’t do when their business was launched. They didn’t, or couldn’t, take care of the legal requirements that would have protected their music and set them up for the distribution and licensing deals that can make them the real money. Perhaps, they were taken advantage of by unscrupulous “partners” who deceived them because they had no idea how to actually protect and make money with their music.
Chase further explained that the legal documents provided at InstantRecordLabel.com can, for under $1,000, include: (1) a USA company registration so that the artist or aspiring mogul owns a new company – an actual record label -- in the original name of his choice; (2) an Artist “360 Agreement”, to tie their artists exclusively to their new company; (3) A “Songwriter Agreement”, to own their artists’ original compositions; (4) “Work-for-Hire” Agreements for sound recordings and compositions, so the new company owns everything that it pays for during that precious studio time; (5) A “Songwriter Split Agreement”, for each songwriter’s ownership share in a composition; and (6) a “Producer Agreement”, to assure that the new label will own everything a producer does to make the songs come alive. With these documents, which are customized for each new customer, InstantRecordLabel.com offers people an opportunity to get into the music industry and be protected at a price that they can afford and still have cash left over for the recording, distribution and promotion of their music.
“Much of the music business is not well understood, particularly how to set yourself up so that you can make money from each of the revenue streams that music can command. We try to help as much as possible,” Chase said. “All InstantRecordLabel.com documents are first-class pdfs and are also watermarked with the new company’s name for business purposes. If an artist or aspiring music mogul plans on being successful, they need to at least have the legal documents ready for whatever comes their way. If you want to break into the entertainment industry, with help from InstantRecordLabel.com you can be assured that you have a sturdy legal position backing you up."
For more information, please visit InstantRecordLabel.com.
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