100Audio Music Library

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URL: https://100audio.com/en/
Accepting Submissions:Unknown - Contact at website.
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Charge For Submissions:Unknown
Up Front Money:Unknown
Royalty Free:
(non-broadcast use)
(Exclusive, Non, Semi)

(Semi = Free to place on own
but not with another library)
Re-Title: Unknown
Set Own Price:Unknown
Contract Length:Unknown
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License Fee Split:
PRO Split Based on 100%:
or writer)
Requires Licensee To File Cue Sheet:Unknown
Pays On Blanket License:Unknown
YouTube Content ID:Unknown
Active Site:Yes
Offers Subscriptions To Clients:Unknown

8 Replies to “100Audio Music Library”

  1. I found them through research and was wondering if any of this was legit. Thank you guys so much. I probably will not be uploading my tracks there as well. Has anyone had good experience with this site yet?

  2. Red Flag 1: I got an “invitation” through the e-mail portal of an already existing music licensing platform. This is not an ethical or professional approach.
    Red Flag 2: The are mainly a “Shenghai, China” operation. China is clearly stealing intellectual property every chance they get. Their government closes their markets and fair trade is just non-existent. This creates a perfect opportunity for this company to just sell music and not pay artists.
    Red Flag 3: Why are they trying to poach existing writers and catalogs with the $2300 advance temptation scheme? Exactly $23 per track. This is not a good deal. They essentially are saying we will pay you for the first 100 sales up front, but gee…once you hit that 101st sale…will they resume paying you?
    Red Flag 4: I have never seen back end performance royalties from China on a statement and I wonder if they even have a PRO in place in that country to deal with performance royalties for air plays.

    I would use extreme caution with this type of company. I personally will not be uploading music to them. In turn, I am hoping the platforms I am currently working with can responsibly and ethically expand the distribution into the Chinese market and pay us writers fairly.

    I have always found it interesting how China and Russia (2 very large countries) buy the least amount of music from stock music licensing sites. Yet, Russian composers can do very well selling to the world. Bottom line: it’s not a 2 way street with communistic countries.

  3. Got an invitation from them to upload to their library. I don’t know….. Anyone had experience with them?

    1. At the moment it doesn’t look like it’s worth the effort – their top selling track of all time has fifty something sales and that coupled with what looks like an extremely convuluted upload process puts me off for now

    2. I received an invite recently also. I would like to have a foot in Asia, and apart from ME, I only found crappy exclusive deals to do so. In the email, 100Audio promotes on its openess to China, so I am kind of interested.
      So I’m with AllanGiorgio in asking if anyone has experience with them 🙂

      1. They are offering upfront money – $2300 out of your future earnings if you upload ONE HUNDRED exclusive tracks!! So that’s twenty three dollars per track, for what could be a few months work. Great. They then go on to advise you to upload more than a hundred though, as some are likely to be rejected!!

          1. Yeah I guess it’s an advance, but what I was getting at is how shocking it is that they would even propose anything so appalling

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