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- June 5, 2020 at 5:11 pm in reply to: Competitrack / Numerator again questions for a US Commercial #35111
2. I’ve always read them as separate airings for each commercial.June 4, 2020 at 7:52 am in reply to: [Newbee Question] Adapt an old boogie classic as theme song #35095
I did a quick search and it appears it may be in the public domain which means you don’t need to license it. If so you could copyright your arrangement of it. I’m not a lawyer so this is not meant to be legal advice.
Please post here https://musiclibraryreport.com/m-to-m/musicsupervisor-com/
Oh, yeah… and please avoid so-called “royalty free” libraries. They have a portion (or all) of their music they license for free, and you get nothing but what is usually a very small piece of the back-end.
Not true, I have made many thousands of dollars, in back-end money, from commercials on licenses sold through “royalty free” sites. And, I don’t have to give up control of my copyright.
Just as a follow up here are the latest stats on the Singlecare commercial. Still running and no joy from BMI!
Ad ID: 2599040 – 9789 airings.
Ad ID: 2752477 – 1717 airings.
Ad ID: 2793074 – 2182 airings.
The proper place for this question is here https://musiclibraryreport.com/1-to/5-alarm-music/.May 19, 2020 at 8:35 am in reply to: Thinking of licensing my own work directly from store front link to my url? #35044
Art, does your ‘Making money’ book cover the setting up and running a small bespoke library?
No it does not.
We have a site set up and sell a few licenses here and there. Probably not worth the effort but I like building websites so I keep at it.
I agree with Pat but I would clean up that ending and give it a button on the end.
I recently signed with Rident so too early to tell. I believe their take is 15%