Recent posts: Music Industry

We are interest to host more labels on the group!

We are interest to host 2 more labels on the group in 2017, as our plans are becoming bigger and bigger day by the day. Right now we are a group of 5 labels and we would love to see more labels under the Alveda Music Group.


23 December 2016 Music Industry Read more

Can I remix songs released from the Alveda Music Group?

Everyone is free to remix any track released from our label group. But you cannot release these tracks on third party labels, you may need to contact us first.

If you would like to release these remixes via Alveda Music then upload it on SoundCloud and drop your demo https://alvedamusic.com/demo/

*Don’t forget to use high quality files when you make the remixes, you can buy WAV files from Beatport, JunoDownload and many others!


10 December 2016 Interviews  Music Industry Read more

Stay tuned for a lot of fresh stuff!

We have a lot of upcoming releases, so please stay tuned! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, SoundCloud and all the social media for daily stuff!


9 December 2016 Music Industry Read more

President of Alveda Music is interest for partnerships with labels worldwide

AMVA (or Alveda Music Various Albums) is a label that works with compilation albums, controlled by the Alveda Music Group. The President of the label group, Falcos Panagiotis is interest for partnerships with labels worldwide in order to work on an open licensing plan and create a large catalog of compilation albums in Greece.

This project can help labels to increase their sales and the marketing range.


27 November 2016 Music Industry  Partners Read more

YouTube Music Videos VS Original Tracks

In this world there are so many pirates who use YouTube to download music by converting videos to mp3 files. The big difference is that the most labels like Alveda Music are using 128kbps mp3 files for their videos, meaning that the quality is low. Many people think that when they convert YouTube Videos to 320kbps mp3s files they get this quality, but they are wrong. The only thing that you get is an 128kbps mp3 file that takes the space of a 320kbps mp3 file, so the quality is 128kbps but is taking more space for no reason.

Stores like iTunes, Beatport, JunoDownload etc. are providing original and high quality files (320kbps mp3s and 16bit WAV files). So if you would like to get the highest quality of music, then you have to buy it! It’s the only way to have the highest quality sound… Thanks


19 November 2016 Artists  Music Industry Read more

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