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All the exclusive libraries that I’m with send out briefs for music… sometimes for specific shows they are supplying music to… sometimes for planned upcoming album releases (which are a compilation from many composers). They will then either accept or reject the tracks you submit based on their standards.
In order to receive these briefs, you have to first get accepted to their roster of composers.
Yes… Same rules apply for Loopcloud .July 19, 2021 at 7:05 pm in reply to: Has a library ever asked for your account an routing number? #38385
I submitted my bank info to a library I just joined… however, they seem to be a well established, large player.
I just signed a track with a library that wouldn’t accept any melodic/ harmonic phrase samples from any samplebanks.
Another library was ok with their use as long as they were modified to sound like “your own” creation.
I used melodic samples or chord progressions when i was uploading to RF libraries… Since shifting focus to exclusive libs, ive only used them for one shots/ “top” perc loops and transition fx.
Sent you a pm with a library recommendation.
All the best!
Mine grew by 600 %.
Last payment was $19. This one is $116. Lol 😀
Seriously though, I see it as a definite sign of progress.December 19, 2020 at 9:45 pm in reply to: Please recommend me the best website builder to show your work as a composer #37098
+1 for Wix… Super easy to build professional quality website
I know of 2 nonex libs that accept covers for their catalog… musicsupervisor and tunedge… how good they are at getting placements for them is unknown to me.
Art, hope its ok posting names here as its a members only part of the forum.
All the best!
Fully agree… I’ve started submitting my individualised songs to libraries… My tastes do lean towards the mainstream… So, hopefully that’ll help.
My 2c… I’m a fulltime muso… But, relative newb in the library business… Just 2 years in.
While writing for libraries, I don’t worry about artistry… Just match the brief… And off it goes.
To satisfy my artist side, I compose and produce songs without any tangible outlet. I do this maybe once a month… Just so I don’t forget why I started doing music in the first place. Keep the music fan alive… 🙂