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- August 17, 2019 at 2:32 pm in reply to: Tunesat detection for short UK advert – Found a Youtube video #32890
I’ve also recently found out that an old track of mine has been bought, probably through a popular RF website and is currently being used for an advert on youtube and multiple TV stations in the US.
I’m in the UK so have contacted the PRS and with all the details that I have and am waiting to see how they respond.
I contacted Numerator through their website thttps://www.numerator.com/contact-us (thanks for the info and the link Art!) but haven’t heard back from them yet. I’ll post an update on here if/when I do.
Hi Composer of Notes,
I still use Protools 10 on Windows 7. I’m using a Digidesign Control 24 desk which isn’t yet supported by higher versions of PT. So I’m hanging in for as long as I can before considering any upgrades. Besides, it all works really well and sounds fine to my aging ears. Also I hate the idea of paying monthly for software and never actually owning it but that’s the way it all seems to be going.
I’m in South Devon by the sea. I’ve had no luck with UK library music companies. My best placements so far have come through companies in the US and Europe. Not making a living at it yet but it’s getting better every year, so hopefully it will continue to grow.
Hi Max, I’m Orca and I live in the UK. I’m working on my studio tan today 🙂
No luck as yet. I called the PRS in the UK to ask for their assistance and advice. They told me that they won’t do anything without a cue sheet.
I then contacted the non-exclusive site that sold my track to NBC and they got back to me eventually saying that while the purchasers of the track had a legal obligation to supply them with a cue sheet, they hadn’t received one and weren’t able to pass on any contact information to me.
So I’ve just emailed NBC support to ask for help tracking down whoever might deal with cue sheets for this kind of broadcast and will wait to hear. I’m quite new to this and don’t really know if this is going anywhere but it’s got to be worth a try.
I’ll let you know if I hear anything.
Hi Dennis, thanks for your input. I’ll see what I can find out
I just found this thread. I’m in the UK and also had a track used on NBC and NBC Sports (Versus) during the Rio Olympics which appeared on my tunesat account. The track was bought from a well known non-exclusive website.
As I’m in the U.K, I’ve been waiting to see it anything turns up on my PRS statement but have had nothing yet. I phoned the PRS today to ask for their help in chasing it up. I was told that they can only do something if I can give them a cue sheet.
Does anyone have any suggestions on who to contact at NBC to try to get a copy of a cue sheet if one was submitted please?
I’ve had quite a lot of tunesat notifications for other tracks on the Outdoor Channel and American Heroes Channel in the US. Do you think it’s worth trying to get cue sheets from these too?
I’m quite new to the library music world but it’s been going pretty well and this website and forum have been invaluable, so thanks for all the help guys!