Syndrome Sounds was established in 2005 as a music publisher affiliated with ASCAP and as a record label. All releases from Munich Syndrome have been released on Syndrome Sounds Records, with the exception of the sub-license to A Different Drum for the VIP edition of Robotika. The Syndrome Sounds home page offers a history of Syndrome Sounds and has links to the main areas of content, albums / songs, news, licensing, store, links, and contact. Current videos from Munich Syndrome are also available on the home page when the user scrolls down. The background image is the image used on the disc art of all Syndrome Sounds releases.
Syndrome Sounds Home Page
The Albums / Songs page contain a breif description of the album including the year it was released, its catalog number and links to the main purchase points.
Albums / Songs page
The News page provides updates and features the latest projects and offerings from the label. We've used graphic elements from label releases as background images on this page to reinforce the "look and feel" used in various releases or promotional materials.
The Licensing page has a flash-based music player from our partner ReverbNation allowing any of our songs to be previewed and listened to. Along with that, we have links to our partners Rumblefish and FriendlyMusic which license our first three albums. There is also a request form if there is a licensing inquiry.
Music Licensing Page
The Music Store has a flash-enabled widget that links people directly to CD Baby, our main partner in selling hard-copy versions of the albums as well as digital downloads. There is a preview option to listen prior to purchasing.
Music Store Page
The Links page contains links to physical and online selling partners as well as our merchandise store and social media sites affiliated with Syndrome Sounds.
The Contact page has an online form parsing the intent of the inquiry with a category pull-down menu. The various boxes allow a user to fill in specific information depending on the nature of the inquiry. The use of a Verification code doesn't remove all spam, but cuts down on the quantity.