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They told me that they are starting a classic label, and wanted me to be the first artist. So I signed, and am producing myself, and writing my own music, but I’m their first artist on their classic label. And I have creative control.
I just wanted to do this all Australian film and we didn’t want to give creative control to overseas ’cause whoever comes on my sets, whether you’re sweeping the floor or an actor, it doesn’t matter who comes up with the ideas, it’s a collaboration.
I’d only do a deal with a label if it allowed me to still be indie and have that indie mentality. I have to have creative control.
They say I’m insane because I need to have so much creative control. They say I’m unmanageable, but I’m not. I just know what I like. I’m obsessed with it. If you can’t control it, that’s like having somebody else paint your pictures. How could you do that? I never could.
With everything I do, I’m 100 percent involved. I don’t really let anyone just take over and hear what’s going to go on. I like to have full creative control, pretty much, and really be involved with everything.
In my opinion, creative control means a lot, I feel like I’m really in touch with who my fans are and what they like about my music, and I’m able to communicate directly with them.
I really enjoy working, you know, on streaming outlets because there’s so much creative control for the creators of the shows, and, you know, you’re allowed to make such great television.
I wrote a play that I directed and I was in, and I paid for the sets and the costumes and to put it up in a theater all through modeling. It really afforded me a lot of creative control in my life.
It’s been so inspiring to have complete creative control and to just have fun creating and collaborating with people I admire greatly.
Being a filmmaker in the digital platform has given me complete creative control. I can make what I want, when I want. I don’t have to wait to book an audition.
I am working with writers and producers to have a more proprietary relationship over shows, having more ownership and creative control.
I enjoy being in control, having a lot of creative control.
I have a lot of creative control, so I can decide what I want to wear, what I want my brand to look like, what I want my songs to sound like, so I don’t sound like some fake artist that people can’t relate to.
I’ve never been that much of a money guy. I’m more of a film guy, and most of the money I’ve made is in defense of trying to keep creative control of my movies.
Your YouTube channel is your show. I think it’s a wonderful platform for anyone who wants to have stronger creative control over their content, their message, their vision and their branding.
I still stand behind the stuff I did early on, but I was on a record label, and I didn’t have a lot of creative control. Another side of that is just being young and having bad taste. There was plenty of that, too.
I’ve been wanting to produce for some time because I want to have more creative control over the things that I do and not be victim to the whims of other people’s desires.
I think with the ‘Fred’ videos online, I prefer doing it by myself. I mean it’s YouTube. You want to have all the creative control because that’s the only place in the world where you get that.
I always say I want creative control. A lot of people don’t think about that. And that’s what every artist should think of – being creative and not just a puppet.
I’m not just going to get a deal; I’m going to get the deal. And in my deal I got by signing with No I.D. to Def Jam, I got full creative control, the money was great, the contract was good, and I got to create the album that I wanted.
I don’t get why radio shows allow artists to do shows without creative control, without any art direction at all. Instead of that, I get their press guys, their camera guys to be my backdrop of my show.
I don’t like directing that much to want a career as a director for hire. I like to have as much creative control as possible.
No matter where I am working, I cannot make a film without 100% creative control and final cut. If there is such a guarantee, I can work anywhere.
As a producer you have creative control, and that’s what is so exciting about it. At the end of the day, if you have made a film it’s totally your responsibility, and if it works it’s your responsibility and if it doesn’t it’s also your responsibility.
To have produced a product where I had total creative control and see it flourish is like watching a baby grow.
We have full creative control, we have a giant audience that loves what we do, and we can make whatever we want.
I had creative control over my character, which means if they wanted me to do something that I didn’t agree with, then I wouldn’t do it. If it was good for the show, then I had no problem. If it was demeaning to the character and wasn’t adding a positive light to the show, then I can guarantee that I wouldn’t do it.
I’ve gone places where they’ve told me what I need to do, what I need to say, who I need to be, what moves I need to perform. And at Impact I get to just be me. I have creative control to be me and do what I want.
Anything where I get to write a lot of jokes and have a lot of creative control – that’s all I want.
I just do things that I’m interested in making and work with the people I’m interested in working with, and it’s very important for me to maintain the creative control because, otherwise, I just don’t want to do it.
I believe in creative control. No matter what anyone makes, they should have control over it.
It is a very frustrating thing to be the face of a creative project and yet essentially have zero creative control over that project. Essentially, you’re a pawn in the system.
We love having the freedom that we have with the web; I mean, we don’t have to answer to anybody. We have complete creative control; we don’t have to worry about FCC regulations.
I’ve got more creative control when I do music.
Things have to sell, of course, but if I don’t want to put bags on the runway, we don’t put bags on the runway. I have complete creative control.