Consonant Music is located in Nashville, TN. In order to remain highly productive, we prefer to schedule all phone calls and meetings in advance.
Face-to-Face Meetings by Appointment Only.
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Frequently asked questions:
Yes and No. We refer our distribution clients to booking agencies that might be a good fit for them. If you are interested in distribution via The Orchard, please fill out this form and we will be in contact if we feel like we’re a fit.
Most likely not. We do offer management consulting to qualified development artists, but if you’re simply out to get a record deal, we’re not the right fit for you.
In short, no. We prefer to to work on a long-term project basis. There are plenty of web designers available for bands and small business, but we prefer to build our sites with proper SEO, social media integration, eCommerce modules and AV and touring modules. These things take some time to implement, so if you’re looking for a quick splash page, we suggest finding a freelance designer that will suit your budget.
Honestly, the answer to this question is “before you started recording.” The good news is that it’s okay as long as you have patience. If your record is nearly completed and you’re willing to put the proper time into sending it out for reviews and potential radio promotion, contact us! We’ll help you get your record in the right hands before its release date and maximize its potential for sales and streams.
Absolutely! Leave us a quick message detailing your new company and we’ll get a call scheduled with you ASAP.
We sure can. We’re actually pretty great when it comes to this topic. Send us your demos along with your recording budget and we’ll help get you the best musicians that we can!
We offer this service to our management clients only. It requires a business and marketing plan, lawyers, accountants and a lot more, but we will invest that effort into the right project.
We actually get this question quite often on Twitter. We suggest finding a good therapist. 🙂
Yes we do!
If your music is awesome, it doesn’t matter which genre it falls under. We want to hear it. Categories are for radio and we can figure that out later.