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You do not have permission to view this content.August 1, 2019 at 7:42 am in reply to: Any tips for me? Trying to get more income from licenses and stop selling music #32791
Usually I price stuff around $40 or $50. It also helps a lot to have the alternate edits of your tracks on there (stinger, loops, 30 sec edit, etc).July 31, 2019 at 5:24 pm in reply to: Any tips for me? Trying to get more income from licenses and stop selling music #32788
Join more RF sites and put all of your non-exclusive tracks on them. I’d recommend Pond5 and Getty Images, those are the most profitable sites for me so far.
Someone beat Marvin Gaye’s estate to this one lol
I found out today that a Pond5 track of mine is being used for a YouTube series and they actually submitted a cue sheet to ASCAP. Anyone have any experience with this? I didn’t know YouTube cue sheets were a thing. Will my track be put into the YouTube content ID system?July 21, 2019 at 4:55 pm in reply to: Same or different styles for exclusive library submission? #32742
I’m currently sitting on a handful of unreleased tracks to submit to an exclusive library. They are all happy tropical ukulele, anyone have any recommendations as to a library that would be a good fit for that style?
Does anyone know if there is an online equivalent to tunesat? Something that detects online use without using Content ID?
I jump around to different genres, you never know if you will be good at one til you try it. Sometimes I am pleasantly surprised, sometimes I realize that a style is not my forte. I do have a few genres that I am great at (rock, vacation-type music, happy commercial), and I do more of those tracks than any others.