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I see a potential problem when you say « I’m UPLOADING tracks to the library » this sounds terribly uninspired process.
Not from you who probably make great tracks but from the library itself.
Normally a library tells you about a brief, then you propose something, they answer, tell you some comments, then rework and only then potential validation from the library music supervisor. Then only from that point they should ask you for the stems, mixing, and contracts.
Repeat that process for every tracks or every albums that you make for a library. It’s a fairly long process, from the moment you send the track to the final delivery at least 2-3 months, with a good library.
If it’s only uploading tracks to an automatic system then 3 days after the tracks are incorporated in their library you can be 20000% sure your tracks won’t get a single serious usage. Because they probably have so much tracks, they don’t even know what they have in their catalog…
You should work for a library that takes more care in the writing process, it’s a guarantee that your tracks will get usages.
But afterall It might also be due to the publisher you’re working with. I’m with a big name in the industry so I “”””might”””” get something. Will tell you that in a few months…
Thx Art Munson
What ? ?
So no money for promos. No money for advertising unless you are Hans Zimm,, performance rights based on surveys.
Performance rights really suck in USA, seriously.
Seriously? no PR for promos?
So if I summarize, no rights for advertising unless you do some weird stuff with numerator and blah blah blah
no rights for promos
survey method with ASCAP.
Nice.June 26, 2017 at 8:49 am in reply to: Poll / Performance Rights / Prices Per Minute / Tunesat Calculator #27572
You may be right but what’s different than importing your CSV and do the sort yourself in Excel?
I won’t make any money out of it and
I’ll only send link to the website privately to composers who want it ( if necessary )
Tunesat website has not progressed since its beginning, so we users are forced to do things ourself 🙂