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  • #16573 Reply
    P-9
    Guest

    Tunesat uses TMS which is the same service the 3 PROs use for payment. TMS will often have incorrect data at first, but will update with corrections later. Usually within 2 weeks.

    #16585 Reply
    Steve Luck
    Guest

    does anyone know if the 50 free cues are monitored across the world – including europe and the USA – or restricted to your home country?

    #16586 Reply
    Edouardo
    Participant

    Hi there,
    I am giving Tunesat a try with the free account.
    Anyone has an opinion on which of the vocal or instrumental version of a track I should upload?

    My thoughts are that the instrumental version should be best, as it appears the detection system can detect a track with a voice on it, so the instrumental version should cover all edits.

    Any ideas on that?

    #16587 Reply
    Edouardo
    Participant

    @ Steve,
    It appears from the way it is presented here (https://tunesat.com/tunesatportal/home/pricing) that the free plan should cover all territories (or they would have indicated as a supplementary incentive to upgrade)

    #16592 Reply
    OverDub
    Participant

    I’ve had some foreign uses show up on the free account.

    #16593 Reply
    MaLmusic
    Participant

    Hey, quick question on Tunesat… Let’s say you’ve made music for a company under a “work-for-hire” agreement, and the copyright of the tracks belong to the company… Would you upload those tracks on Tunesat to see if they were placed on some TV shows/commercials? Or is it “illegal”?

    #16594 Reply
    Desire_Inspires
    Participant

    Hey, quick question on Tunesat… Let’s say you’ve made music for a company under a “work-for-hire” agreement, and the copyright of the tracks belong to the company… Would you upload those tracks on Tunesat to see if they were placed on some TV shows/commercials? Or is it “illegal”?

    It probably isn’t illegal, but what benefit would you gain?

    #16595 Reply
    MaLmusic
    Participant

    “It probably isn’t illegal, but what benefit would you gain?”

    Just out of curiosity, to see what kind of royalties you can expect. (Maybe I wasn’t clear, but I was talking about a deal where you still get the writer’s share)

    #16601 Reply
    Advice
    Participant

    Off the top of my head, I can’t see why it would be a problem since you are still entitled to Writer’s Share. You are not uploading to Tunesat to violate any terms of your WFH agreement.

    It would be similar to a situation whereby you wrote a song, signed the copyright to a publisher, and it was recorded by an artist. You might want to track TV usage of the song.

    That being said, you could check the terms on the Tunesat site and see if it says anything about you having to be the actual copyright holder.

    #16740 Reply
    angopop
    Participant

    I signed up for the free account and it’s been very illuminating. One disadvantage is that I cannot print out a list of detections, that feature is grayed out.

    I haven’t used up my 50 detections yet, so does anyone know if they keep the previous 50 once you move on to the next 50? And would BMI honor detections that I have jotted down myself if they don’t come from an official Tunesat report?

    I’m not complaining about free, just want to know what features I can use…

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