“When I started 3000 Records, it was a name that sounded kind of modern and unique to me”, said Terrance D. Schemansky. He also recalls thinking that it would be almost impossible to make a living in the music business, but that it would be neat if he could. Today, 22 years later 3000 Records reviews changes in the music industry, their role and track record that speaks for itself.
Their services include radio promotion, music video promotion, lyric video creation, promo video creation, social media promotion, press release writing and distribution, and music promotion online and offline. Each service comes with a money back guarantee, which is something that sets the company apart. They also have their contact info. available, and happy to talk to artists by phone, or email vs. having only a “contact form” on their sites. Terrance said, “I’m grateful for the positive word of mouth we have received from those we work with. This helped us to grow, while helping others to do the same in their music careers.”
Looking back, Terrance recalls when CDs (compact discs) were the main way that music was distributed to fans, and played in the mid 90’s. However, the entire music industry has changed not only with how music is played, but how it is recorded. Most music is recorded with computers today. He also looks back on how music was marketed and sold years ago in record stores. However, today most music promotion and marketing is done online whether its on social media sites, YouTube, SoundCloud, CD Baby, Spotify, and other music related sites. Even music reviews are published and discovered online, which is a game changer when it comes to finding new music.
The company started during those different times in the mid 90’s. In the beginning, the name 3000 Records was used on the compilation CDs being released starting with the first album called “The Whisper Compilation”. It was organized from Kalamazoo, Michigan and featured 17 songs from various Michigan artists and bands. After the first album was released locally, a second album attracted bands and artists to participate on a national level by advertising in magazines, and classifieds.
By the year 2000, Terrance created a web site for the business after spending much time on the phone with Microsoft Support Staff. He mentioned, “Back then you could call Microsoft with questions about web development regarding their software called Frontpage.” Over the years 3000 Records has worked with thousands of artists and bands worldwide. However, the compilation project is now one out of many unique projects designed for the purpose of promoting music to music industry and fans.
Find out more about the 3000 Records at http://www.3000records.com including a list of current music promotion services available. You can also connect with 3000 Records on social media through Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/3000records and Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/musicbusiness
Company Name: 3000 Records
Contact Person: Terrance Schemansky
Phone: (888) 463-4336
Address:P.O. Box 285
Country: United States