Founded in 1984 by Miguel Degá and Ricardo Campoy (aka Ricardo Gómez). Next year launched its most popular product: the Max Mix series. The two first volumes were made by Mike Platinas and Javier Ussía, and then replaced by Tony Peret and Josep María Castells in 1986.
Together with another spanish labels, Max Music created the 'Sabadell Sound' with its own autochthon artists like David Lyme, Alan Cook, Kristian Conde, and Steve Clark.
Ricardo Campoy left Max Music in 1997 and founded Vale Music. The company was closed down in 1999 by legal issues, and Degá created Tempo Music short time after.