- December 15, 2017 at 10:49 am #29045
Definite newbie question here.. I’ve been approached by a company that wants to promote my music by distributing it on their streaming service, promoting it, etc., and (more importantly) taking publishing rights on it.
I declined the offer, as it seems to me like it wouldn’t make sense to have to create what seems like ‘exclusive’ tracks, just for them, that I couldn’t place in libraries, which is my goal.
Now I’m second guessing myself.. is there any benefit to joining up with agencies like these? (Rehegoo Streaming Platform is the service I was contacted by).
Thanks in advance for any adviceDecember 15, 2017 at 11:41 am #29046
Hmmm. Sounds to me like “you trusted your gut and it doesn’t feel right”..
Plenty of Fish in this Sea. Does it feel to you a tad “desperate?” Sounds like it..
I have been passing on those too, with no regrets..December 17, 2017 at 6:08 am #29058
thanks for the reply Beatslinger, I feel sure it was the right decision now! Gotta watch out for all the leaches in the sea..January 10, 2018 at 2:35 am #29154
Hi, I work with Rehegoo. I saw that you were offered a contract! I got mine last year and after careful consideration I decided to go ahead. First I was worried about same things as you mentioned but it worked out great! The company is pretty cool and it helped me to get noticed. I managed to leave my day job and live from profits I made thanks to Rehegoo! I’m really grateful for the cooperation!
Shame you decided otherwise!
Good luck with your musicJanuary 11, 2018 at 4:20 pm #29185
Sounds like this should have been a Private Message. Looks like advertisement..