While it is true that there is a charge to access the music library listings there are many areas that remain free and include a wealth of knowledge. There are also ways you can gain free access to the music library listings by helping to build MusicLibraryReport.com into a better site and a more vibrant community.
Articles will have to meet SEO (Search Engine Optimization) requirements (all green bullet points) here:
1.) Earn one month free access. Review a music library. You must have been with the library for at least 1 year. It should be an in-depth review, at least 900 words, and delivered in a Word docx file. It should include:
1.) How long you have been with them.
2.) The number of tracks with them.
3.) Amount of income generated (nothing specific, 2 figure, 3 figure, 4 figure, etc. per month.)
4.) Communication response times.
5.) What genre sells the best for you.
6.) Filling in any of the missing details in the MLR listing of that library.
7.) You can remain anonymous but I will need your name and user name for the site you are reviewing.
Please contact me first with the libraries you are considering as many have already been reviewed.
2.) Earn three months free access. Write a compelling article on a subject you think would be of interest to the music library composer community. It should be in-depth, at least 900 words, and delivered in a Word docx file. Contact me first on your subject.
3.) Earn one month free access. Review a piece of music hardware or software. It should be an in-depth review, at least 900 words, and delivered in a Word docx file.
Examples are here https://musiclibraryreport.com/category/software-reviews/ and here https://musiclibraryreport.com/category/hardware-reviews/.
Please contact me first as to what products you are planning to review. Please do not plagiarize, reviews will be checked here http://www.copyscape.com/.
4.) Composer Interviews. Please see details here.