Music logo design tips
Define your branding
Your logo is the first thing a potential customer or fan will see so make sure it builds a connection with them. If you own a music store, you might want to put instruments in your logo. Maybe you’re a music producer, you could integrate visual elements that symbolize studio work like a mixing desk or headphones into your design or music website. If you run a record label, you might opt for a retro feel by using an image of a vinyl player.
Choose the right font
Your logo’s font helps define the feel of your brand. If you are a classical music teacher, go with something more elegant and chic. If you are more rock & roll, go bold, be exciting and grab that attention.
Use color strategically
Like typography, colors also communicate the personality of your brand. It’s a good idea to research logo psychology when choosing your logo colors. Colors can speak volumes, so choose shades that go with your type of music. For example, pop music would bring to mind light blues, greens or pinks, while purple might be more suited to jazz.
Make a graphic statement
Icons, illustrations and graphics play a huge role in defining your brand through your logo. Choose graphics that not only grab attention, but help people relate to your brand. For example, if you own a music store, instruments or musical notes help to make connections in customers’ minds.
How to make a music logo in minutes
Tell us about your brand
Enter your business name or your own if you’re an artist, tagline if you have one, and a little bit about the look and feel of your brand.
Choose your style
Review the logo designs presented to you, and pick the one that best represents your brand.
Make it your own
Customize the font, colors, icons and text to bring your new music logo to life.