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- May 28, 2019 at 3:09 pm in reply to: Registering Cues With Soundexchange and Harry Fox. #32300
Two related questions for you all:
I get my ISRC from AS. But the ISRC does not relate to my ‘version’ only the library version. Does this matter?
How are you guys getting UPC and ISRC codes? Are you sending all your NE tracks to places like CD Baby that include those codes as part of their service? Or are you getting accounts and codes from the ISRC organization for ISRC, and GS1 for UPC?May 28, 2019 at 2:11 pm in reply to: Registering Cues With Soundexchange and Harry Fox. #32297
What does “DSP” refer to in this thread?
Hi Michael, thanks for the “happy vibe” compliment…yes, only the guitars and basses are live, banjo and accordion are midi … I’ve been getting into recording live percussion lately, and that’s a good suggestion — stocking up on noise making percussion.
Skeebo, I don’t remember the name of the Russian site, I may have found out about it here on MLR. Every once in a while I will do a search on my name and a song name, and see where my songs are popping up, some results are legit, some are torrent sites, and others are questionable….
You guys may want to check whether you’re on Spotify. I have my music on Spotify because Audiosparx has placed it there through one of their programs.
The lawsuit seems to specify that songwriters are eligible to join the lawsuit if Spotify made your musical composition available without a license. I am assuming that my Audiosparx agreement is the license they are referring to so I cannot join the lawsuit… does anyone know?July 11, 2017 at 11:37 am in reply to: BMI, Tunesat listing, and no cue sheet …plus my late timing #27624
Update… By online search I found the editor for the infomercial so I will contact him to see if he can either provide a cue sheet or connect me with someone who can … any advice from anyone who has pursued this course?June 28, 2017 at 11:53 am in reply to: BMI, Tunesat listing, and no cue sheet …plus my late timing #27576
Unfortunately, the video was removed from YouTube and the product and their website are out of business.
I don’t know who produced the infomercial, and I didn’t download it … I’m doing a search to see if I can find a cached copy of the video.
Shoulda downloaded the video … you always think things will live forever on the web …
bwf (broadcast wav files) files are meant to have metadata (that’s what is different than aiff or the original incarnation of wav files), so it will not mess with any software that uses wav files.