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That’s a very broad question and depends on the network and library. Some libraries only rely on the the back end publishing income, some may charge a blanket license fee for use of all or part of their catalog. A major network might pay but the trend has been for libraries to rely on back end royalties. Of course YMMV. 😉
I would start with the publisher.
Thanks Thomas for that great post and information! It certainly is an issue many of us have to contend with after spending decades in the music business.
Hi Bob, we have similar histories and hearing problems. Hearing aids are problematic as they are mostly designed for speech. There is also a lot of processing going on that can affect what you are really hearing. I found this article a few years ago from Rick Ledbetter that you might find interesting. https://musicandhearingaids.org/2017/01/03/musician-hearing-loss/. He ended up programming the hearings aids himself.
I ended up using a spectral analyzer and my wife’s ears (she is also a musician) to work around my hearing problems.
Hey angopop, if you want me to take a look at your site let me know. I might have some ideas for you. You can PM me or use the contact link.
We have an LLC and set up a trust. MichealL would be the guy to know. Maybe he will weigh in.
There is also fiverr.com, guru.com, freelancer.com and upwork.com.
Please post specific library question on their listing here https://musiclibraryreport.com/h-to-l/indigi-music/.
Sorry to hear that angopop. What platform did they build your site on?
Hey Art!! Am I allowed to name some names?
Better to mention them on their listing, not here. This topic will eventually get pushed aside by newer topics.