Pre-Made Cover Art For Music Releases

Why Pre-Made Cover Art Is A Good Option When You Need An Album Cover

– It’s quick, affordable, and you know exactly what you’re going to get. 

 

Have a song release coming up? It can be hard to decide where to turn to for your cover art.

Many people choose social media, friends in their circle, ads, etc. to connect with graphic designers to create their album covers. However, you never really know what you’re going to get when you commission an artist for custom cover art. Granted, starting an idea from scratch can create magical results, but if you’re in a hurry and you want to know exactly what you’re going to get before you buy, pre-made cover art is a nice choice. 

On Melody Nest, we offer pre-made cover art for music releases and it’s our most popular service. Whether you need an album cover ASAP because you have a song release date rapidly approaching, or you just want to know what your cover art will look like before you buy, pre-made album covers helps you do just this.

On Melody Nest, we make it very easy to browse our selection of hundreds of pre-made cover art ready for your music release! There are no surprises – you connect with the artist, tell them your song name and artist name, purchase the album cover, and then you receive their work! And most of the time, you’ll get your order filled within just 2 days if you decide to do business with us. 

If you’re curious to see our selection, click here.

We wish you the best with your music career! 

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About me

My name is Nick Voorhees, and i’m an Icon Collective graduate, music producer, and owner of Melody Nest. I am in no way an expert in music production (or in any field), but I just wanted to share some insight on what helped me along the way. I hope this is at least a little helpful.  

 

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