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    Hey RM,

    It depends on a few things. How apt are you at multiple genres? If you are great at EDM but so so at Orchestral Tension, you should just write what you are best at . If you are able to write multiple genres, it’s great to show a diversity in writing style.

    On important thing to note. Have you researched the library and what genre most of their placements are? There is a big difference between Dramady cues and Corporate, etc.

    in reply to: Production Music with Jazz Elements? #32711

    NY Composer
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    I am quite versed in Jazz and Funk/Fusion.

    Just from my experience, I tried shopping Retro-Funk and Jazz to my publishers and they say there is little use for the stuff.

    in reply to: Questioning the rise of the Album Factory Library #32633

    NY Composer
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    Sounds like BK to me.

    in reply to: Is it a no-no? #32553

    NY Composer
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    I’ve turned some people, from this site, on to my big placement Libs.

    I have not seen a drop in my placements. I believe that it comes around because other people have introduced me to productive Libs.

    in reply to: How much $$$? #32552

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    I’m also sure that when Mark started, he established relationships with Libs who pay up front or upon delivery. He may have kept these relationships going.

    I’m only aware of 2 or 3 Libs that pay up front nower days. It says a lot.


    NY Composer
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    1234,

    I can’t tell you how many placements that Tunesat has picked up and BMI missed. When I call BMI they basically say thanks for joining and F you.

    I was thinking about getting a Source Audio account because they show actual videos of placements, not just audio clips but BMI would still argue that they can’t acknowledge the amount of times a cue was placed. They do the same with Tunesat.

    in reply to: Top Most Used Genres in Tv? #31970

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    Brian,

    The tracks genres you noticed are always gonna be hot.

    I wish I can give you some inspiration but I don’t know what type of Libs or contracts you are involved with.

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31967

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    Ugggh,

    Left a message on voicemail.

    Drummer huh? That’s my main toy πŸ™‚

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31965

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    Art,

    I don’t know if that’s the case. It’s sort of confusing because they say when you upload a track, they automatically watermark the track for you, but I see how the pub would not have that data.

    I do understand your point.

    Calling them now.

    in reply to: Top Most Used Genres in Tv? #31963

    NY Composer
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    Hey Brian,

    What are the most type of shows you see on TV and what music is on them?

    I’m not trying to be cryptic or snobby. I just think you should be watching some TV . That was my fastest way of learning what is needed the most and I also listened to how cues should be structured.

    Every person would give you a different answer.

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31961

    NY Composer
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    Good question Art.

    I was going to call them in a few minutes.

    The problems I’ve had with promos, according to BMI, is that if they have no promo log # , it’s impossible to get info. Soooo frustrating. I may be owed thousands of dollars.

    IMO BMI doesn’t want to pay anything unless they have actual documentation from the Sup or production Co. I wouldn’t be surprised if they try not to gather the info. I know I may be a little pessimistic but I’ve had real crappy experiences with BMI.

    I will ask SourceAudio a lot of questions regarding this. They claim they can get cue sheets from detections too. Interesting.

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31959

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    I think I may try putting all of my new tracks into SourceAudio.

    Not only are they less expensive than Tunesat but they use watermark technology and according to their website, they can actually track a promo and commercials. That’s where I get screwed all the time.

    in reply to: Pointless Revisions? #31957

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    Yeah Guys,

    I thought the same thing x3, E.M.

    Anyway if it were me, I would politely ask which synth has the fresh sounds they prefer. Another pont. They could mean that they hear the same patch often, meaning “Outdated”. Perhaps you can tweak your favorite patches with some effects. Many times, some synths have too much effects on one patch and you can adjust the parameters. You may also double the lead, pad, etc, using two patches at the same time.

    Funny. When Stranger Things was hot, many libs were using that show for examples on their briefs. All 80’s analogue synths. Go figure.

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31940

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    My detections are immediate as well. If you haven’t heard about a previous placement, chances are Tunesat didn’t pick it up.

    I have had 30 sec versions and Bed versions picked up.

    in reply to: Tunesat Free vs Paid acct #31932

    NY Composer
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    Glad you were able to figure it our Art.

    I have some network , 30 sec promos that I’m trying to chase down. BMI is really not helping me at all.

    I love being a Musician. Getting screwed for over 35 years. πŸ™‚

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