Logos have always been a part of everyday life. A logo is a representation of a brand, an individual or an association. Through time, logo designs have evolved, one thing has not changed though, they will always be required.

For the music industry, logos are not just representations of music labels; these are also used to represent musicians. Music logos have also gone through evolution. Think of the MTV logo, it has certainly evolved and been changed to fit the ever-changing music television culture.

Creative Music Logo Design


Music Logo Design for Photography


Ben Capp Sound Logo Design


Acappella  Music Logo Design


Music Festival Logo Design


MoriAkustik Logo Design


In choosing a logo design with music theme, the first that should be considered is the objective of the logo. Is it going to be used for a music store? If so, logos with musical instruments would be the best option.

Music Note Logo Design


If the logo is for a music label or an album, musical notes, G-clefs and other musical signs can be used. For a piano bar, what else would be perfect than a piano image incorporated with the business’ name.

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Clock Works Entertainment Logo


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Music Nation Logo Design


Piano Music Logo Design


Sound Flower logo Design


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Entertainment Logo Design


Happy Music Note Logo Design


Music Book Logo Design


Simple Music Logo Design


Musical Logo Design for Band


Ice Music logo Design


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Music Lab logo Design


Stunning Music Logo Design


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Music Academy Logo Design


Sport Music Logo Design


Music Lessons Logo Design


Recording Studio Logo Design


Music Logo Design with Headset


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Music Coffee Logo Design

Other images that can be used for great and cool looking music logos include; headsets, radios, microphones, CD’s, LP’s, cassette tapes, and silhouettes of people doing any musical activity (like playing instruments or singing).

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