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Get your music labeled and broadcasted!

2007-08-26 21:10:10 by G9

A while back, I started a podcast that went on to broadcast nearly 30 episodes of Newgrounds music. But as time went on, my time was gone, and I didn't have any left for the podcast. But with the help of a staff, the podcast becomes a tangible possibility for Newgrounds artists to post their work.

Also within this project is a "microlabel" (thanks to LJCoffee). You will submit your work to be judged by a special board of elected/appointed inspectors. We will try to help you get your music sold and publicized for a transition into an Indie or major label.

Also in this site is the ability to post your tracks and get them rated and reviewed. Your profile has plenty of spaces to put in information of yourself, and each profile has its own commentary system, which works much like profile pages at MySpace, etc...

However, I am in need of judges for the review panel and co-producers/co-hosts for the podcast. So either PM me here at Newgrounds or email me at

Now, finally, to the site...

NOTE: Attached is a signature you can use here at Newgrounds to advertise the site. EDIT: I realized that the image got resized, so just check for one of my posts, right click my sig and save it, host it, and use it.

Get your music labeled and broadcasted!


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2007-08-26 21:21:55

But if you get your music labeled, then it would no longer be free to use in a flash on Newgrounds, which was the entire point of the Audio Portal.

G9 responds:

Good point. Some of the artists have been a bit concerned as to the licensing terms of Newgrounds, so I decided to come up with this little protective measure. It's simply good ethics to ask the permission of the artist to use their track in a Flash, and really, this microlabel does not have tight licensing at all... the tracks belongs ultimately to the artist, and he or she has the last word. People should indeed be free to use stuff on the Audio Portal, but they should ultimately have the artist's permission, and at least credit him or her in their work. So what I'm trying to say here is that the little label I'm starting isn't very official... regulations are not tight... and artists have the final say, not the corporation.

If the artist does move on to an indie label, or even a major label, that's out of my control. However, he or she deserves the greatest of congratulations in that situation. :)


2007-08-26 21:44:41

holy super shit!!!

G9 responds:

Haha, that's right man... I'm back with a project. And this time I'll spread the load and do it right. ;)


2007-09-01 22:05:45

Doing it again? I'm in this time too, if you don't mind ^_^


2007-09-01 22:33:36

Where can I get the original podcast? I want to download it :D


2007-09-01 22:36:26

Please disregard my previous comment, I found your podcast :D


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