- November 2, 2017 at 6:21 am #28810
Nothing to add except to express bafflement as to why anyone would allow a library to sell their music in this way.November 2, 2017 at 8:25 am #28813
Nothing to add except to express bafflement as to why anyone would allow a library to sell their music in this way.
IN my case it was an existing library that I had worked for moving music that was already legitimately signed over to them non-exclusively INTO one of these subscription models libraries without permission. It was obvious to me that this was a sleazy move on their part, and that it would definitely hurt my other non-exclusive placements. After discussing our contract, I told them they did not have permission. That ended our relationship – permanently. It seems they are heavily weighting this new subscription model in their business plan.
Luckily, this library has not shown up in the MLR listings, and I don’t even want to mention it’s name as giving it any exposure is dangerous IMO. If it ever shows up here, I will no doubt give it a scathing review. 🙂November 2, 2017 at 8:27 am #28814
PS – this particular company sells it’s licenses via subscription for between $0.10 and $0.20 cents a track.