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LOL! All the time. I think, to some degree, it’s unavoidable. Too help avoid this there are many times I find other music I can use as models. By the time I’m finished it sounds nothing like the model or anything I have written before.
@Tbone. If I recall correctly NPR and PBS get a reduced rate. Some that I’ve had paid pennies.
Now listed here https://musiclibraryreport.com/s-to-s/sonata-media/
@Vlad. Don’t know about that. I do know that the income from streaming is a lot less than typical cable TV. I did have music on a Netflix show that paid much more like a cable show, actually paid very well. It’s called “Rust Valley Restorers”.
@Vlad. Oh so true!
That is pitiful!
“is there an industry standard length for stingers or bumps?”
Not that I know of. I just take the the last music piece of a track. Usually it’s no more of a few bars. From that someone could use it as a bumper or the last beat as a stinger. Just my way and been doing it this way for years.January 8, 2022 at 2:08 pm in reply to: Piano/Guitar driven instrumental music. Does this work? Where to go next? #39356
BumpJanuary 8, 2022 at 11:52 am in reply to: Composer Catalog – software to keep track of your compositions/songs #39353
Did you see the link I left in my 2nd reply? You can download that spreadsheet.