Today I want to dig further into the manager's role when it comes to dealing with the Artist and the Record Label. Mangers vs Record Labels are a key matchup that should be further investigated so that even in an independent situation they won't cross paths with each other. Check out Managers Vs Record Labels | What do Managers do Pt.2 right now on the Music Money Makeover Show!
One who has the conduct or direction of anything; as the manager of a theater; the manager of a lottery, of an artist, etc.
What do Managers do?
The manager does not own or possess any property pertaining to the business establishment.
The manager does not own the publishing company or Record company.
The manager only conducts or directs the operation of the company.
The manager looks out for the well-being of the company.
The manager is paid a small fee, salary, or percentage to conduct the direction of the company to keep the company running efficiently.
The manager may be paid a commission on any deals brought to the table and closed upon.
What is a Record Company
A record company is a company that records the compositional intellectual property of a music publisher in the form of vinyl, cassette tapes, CDs, MP3, aiff, wav files, Session files, Blu-ray, DVD, or any audio medium that can reproduce a sound through speakers and can be purchased by a consumer.