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I’ve thought about it when first starting years ago but decided against it. In that time we have licensed and placed music in numerous styles. I think it might be analogous to libraries specializing in one style. That seldom happens except for trailer music, at least that I am aware of. Keeping track of numerous artist’s name might complicate your workload.
Just my opinion though.
Bedtracks is a Canadian library so you might check with them. https://musiclibraryreport.com/b-to-b/bedtracks/
Any comments and questions on a listed library HAS to be at their listing. In this case here https://musiclibraryreport.com/a-to-a/amurco/. Creating a new topic defeats the purpose of keeping a particular library’s comments and experiences in one place.
Not really a music library. Moved to here https://musiclibraryreport.com/music-pitching/mdiio/August 2, 2021 at 11:57 am in reply to: Are you required to register your track with a PRO once accepted by a library? #38512
Right, forgot about Crucial.July 30, 2021 at 12:15 pm in reply to: Are you required to register your track with a PRO once accepted by a library? #38484
I have had a few tracks accepted by libraries, and was wondering if I should be subsequently registering these tracks with BMI upon their acceptance?
Nope, it’s the library that registers them not you, especially if it’s an exclusive library. If it’s non-exclusive the library would register their title with your PRO. Most likely by prepending or appending a code to your title.
While, it certainly doesn’t come close to pulling off “world class” human music,
Agree. Very forgettable “music”.