411 Music Group

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URL: https://www.411musicgroup.com/
Twitter:
Facebook:
Accepting Submissions:Yes
Submit Online:Unknown
Submit By Mail:No
Submissions Reviewed:Yes
Types Accepted:
  • Vocals
  • Instrumentals
Charge For Submissions:No
Up Front Money:Unknown
Royalty Free:
(non-broadcast use)
No
Exclusivity:
(Exclusive, Non, Semi)

(Semi = Free to place on own
but not with another library)
Exclusive
Re-Title: Unknown
Set Own Price:No
Contract Length:Unknown
Payment Schedule:Unknown
License Fee Split:
(writer/library)
Variable
PRO Split Based on 100%:
(writer/library
writer/library/publisher
or writer)
50/50
Requires Licensee To File Cue Sheet:Yes
Pays On Blanket License:
YouTube Content ID:
Active Site:Yes
Offers Subscriptions To Clients:
Notes:

They have two exclusive options.
1) No upfront fee. Split sync fee 50/50 you keep writer they keep publishing
2) $100 per track up front they keep all publishing and sync fee’s you get writers.

14 Replies to “411 Music Group”

  1. I only have 2 tracks with them,but they’ve both been placed including a recent placement on the NBC show Abby’s in 3 episodes with a nice upfront fee. I’m expecting a large backend as well as this was network prime time and each usage was over 1 minute.

      1. I’ve recently received several nice syncs from them, primarily from youtube spins!! (believe it or not). I had to do a double take. Crazy.

    1. Which deal do you have with them? I’d figure the 2nd one, since you got the upfront fee. How do you think that payment fares versus if you had the other deal?

  2. Just spoke with them. They have two exclusive options.
    1) No upfront fee. Split sync fee 50/50 you keep writer they keep publishing
    2) $100 per track up front they keep all publishing and sync fee’s you get writers.
    I’m personally not interested in that kind of a deal but they are very professional and seem cool enough.

    1. Just curious what you think is not so hot about that deal and if you were,which is the better option in your opinion? I’m looking at it but have never signed with a library with terms like that. Just wondering about the pros and cons here.

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