Dolphinium Records is an independent record label that is run by Jacksonville University’s music department staff and music business students. Its goal is to provide local and regional artists with quality recordings in a professional atmosphere. In addition, Dolphinum Records strives to supply the student staff with knowledge of and hands on experience with all label operations. This includes the recording process, marketing and promotions, and live sound.
Because the label has been dormant for many years, funding is necessary to update the studio to what is now considered industry standard. The opportunity to upgrade would allow Dolphinium Records to supply it’s artists with the best quality of sound, as well as equip Jacksonville University¹s music business students with relevant experience for their futures in the industry.
In the past two semesters, the Dolphinium Records staff has utilized the technology that they do have. Since September of 2014, the label has recorded and produced 3 albums, organized successful shows both on and off campus, and gained their artists local, regional, and national press.
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Tell us about your team and your goals for this project
The Dolphinium Records team currently consists of Jacksonville University’s music technology professor, Dr. Michael Olson, and five of the university’s most passionate and ambitious music business students. Our goals as an organization are to expand beyond the university, acting as a valuable service for the entire Jacksonville Community, and to provide the best possible education for our growing staff.
What sets your Project apart from what is currently available?
Dolphinium Records is the only university record label in Jacksonville. It functions as both a business and an educational opportunity for all JU students.
Why are you and your team the best people on the planet to handle this Project?
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