Edit a label using Catalog > Labels. Choose the label you want to edit and click the edit button (or double click on the row). The following form will appear.
Each label in your account has presets and defaults available which you can change. This gives you the ability to fine-tune the settings that are pre-filled into various forms such as the Soundcloud posting form or the Youtube posting form.
These preset message are used in the Demo Manager (incoming files). For example, when someone sends you a file, you will have the ability to approve or reject the demo and a message will be dispatched to them. You have the ability to set 1 approval message and 2 variations of the reject message. Before the message is sent, you will have the chance to edit the message. These settings control what is automatically filled in the send form.
Set the default start time and default clip length and this will be used to pre-fill the encoder job when you launch the Youtube Upload form and the Soundcloud Upload form or the Transcoder form. These settings are also used anytime you upload a new track.
Set the default video layout, video format, and video length.
post full-release as 1 video
post individual tracks
art background only (cropped)
art background + square packshot
blurred art background + square packshot
left aligned with blurred background*
Here is a wireframe representation of each layout to give you some idea.
user current audio clips
You can optionally provide a voice-over file which can be enabled anytime you create a Soundcloud, Youtube, or Instagram video or post. Here is an example of a voice-over file that one of our label's uses.
The following tab lets you set your default publisher name, default copyright name, primary artist %, featuring artist %, preferred payment method, and paypal email.
The % and copyright and publishing info can be overridden in each of your track's royalty splits data and track settings.
Find this field in in Label > General.
Logo 1 (bright logo) image requirements
Dots per inch (DPI)
White or bright (compatible with black backgrounds)
Find this field in in Label > Images.
Logo 2 (dark logo) image requirements
Dots per inch (DPI)
Black or dark (compatible with white backgrounds)
This example shows the bright logo in square aspect ratio with a transparent background.