Anything wrong with semi-blindly submitting music to non-ex libraries?

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    SirDort
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    Are there any consequences to doing this? There doesn’t appear to be but I don’t know what I am talking about, hence this post.

    #33743 Reply
    Michael Nickolas
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    Hi SirDort, what do you mean by semi-blindly? If you’re thinking about submitting without understanding their agreement, their Content ID policy, their reversion clause, their pay structure and all, it’s not a good idea.

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    Vlad
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    To add to what Michael said: if you value the time that you put into carefully crafting your music, then you owe it to yourself to carefully vet the publishers that you submit to. It’s pretty frustrating to spend a ton of time preparing and sending submissions just to have a library be a complete failure.

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    SirDort
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    I mean submitting more than signing a contract, which I would be much more careful with. But if I sign with a non-exclusive and it doesn’t go well, isn’t it no harm no foul, or is my common sense leading me wrong here?

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