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- February 19, 2020 at 7:11 am in reply to: Should non us-residents fill out the 1049nr form and pay taxes on US royalties? #34365
Thanks MM_Musicworks ¡February 18, 2020 at 9:55 am in reply to: Should non us-residents fill out the 1049nr form and pay taxes on US royalties? #34354
Thanks mikevan, MM_Musicworks and Music1234 for your comments.
I know that this topic can be very complicated, so I would appreciate some link that takes me to some source of information to clarify these things.
Thank you.January 23, 2020 at 8:36 am in reply to: What´s your opinion on this deal I have been offered? #34108
Sorry dachtyl, my mistake, they offers me 100 % of writers share.
If that is the case, they are offering you a standard deal but you’d have to retitle your work – otherwise, how will the song title revert back to you to collect on anything after 3 years?
I hadn’t thought about this situation. I think then the only solution would be to rename it.
Thank you very much dachtyl for your detailed comments.
I think I’m going to avoid this deal.January 22, 2020 at 2:24 pm in reply to: What´s your opinion on this deal I have been offered? #34100
Thanks again NY Composer.January 22, 2020 at 8:55 am in reply to: What´s your opinion on this deal I have been offered? #34095
NY Composer, they offered me the usual; 50% in syncs, and 50% writers share.
I believe you answered your own question when you mentioned having to lay out cash for WFH agreements
Does that mean you wouldn’t do it?
Thanks NY Composer.October 3, 2019 at 2:29 pm in reply to: Can you get PRO royalties from public domain song covers? #33318
Thank you Paul Biondi. I´ m with ASCAP, perhaps they pay the same.September 28, 2019 at 1:58 pm in reply to: Can you get PRO royalties from public domain song covers? #33301
Thanks Art for your quick response.
Does this apply only to public domain songs?
Thank you Musicmatters and Michael Nickolas, I´ ll take a look to DistroKid.
Thank you very much, Musicmatters and StevenObrien for your helpful comments, I will take them into account to make my decision.
Do you have any recommendations on what strategy to follow when my tracks are of very varied genres? In other words, I don’t have an album as a single musical genre artist. Do you recommend any digital platform where I can upload track by track that are of different genres?
I have used Composer Cloud, for about 3 years, using it only for the months I have needed. For me it has been useful, because I compose in several genres and has and its palette of instruments it offers is wide, although some of the sounds are not the best and you have to tweak almost everything to make it sound good in the mix. Lately I made an upgrade to Composer CloudX, with annual commitment, because it is cheaper $ 19.99 per month, and has an additional microphone position that is really necessary.