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Anyone with advice. I’ve been in contact with a library, The sync fees are few and far between. The library is offering upfront to give up sync. Option only.
I’m new wih only one library so far, so am not sure if sync fees will be a huge missing out point.
The lib deals in Ads/Trailers/Promo. If that helps with more info.
OK thanks for the insight. What is a venue it terms of sync deals, placements etc
I’m not sure. One thing I do know is that they get lots of placements. Maybe No upfront or sync but plenty of placements is a good deal? Also saw a blanket deal option on the site.
Got a email about thier contracts 50/50 on the backend no mention of sync or upfront. Are they testing?
I have not asked them yet or found the library listed. Sent them some tracks and they said to submit more, which I did. What next, if they want to go further a contract or more questions?
Also sync fees or upfront deal if you or anonther composer is reading this.
Ok lets say you have 16 tracks in one library and all are used for various tv shows will the composer be paid sync fees for all 16.
Will every placement get a sync fee if with a 50/50 library.
My publishers music is via source audio and was wondering, if which they do use SA detection service would that in turn block tunesat from detecting any placements.
The composer is not the owner, but I think Beats is right in the A&R sense. When I got the auto reply email, it did say the owner is the decision maker or though it seemed.
Would like to change the subject a bit and find out info on how libraries work.
The questions are.
1. If a library shows interest does that most of the time mean they will sign the composer.
2. Simlar to 1. How much time before they get back to the composer, if they are 100% keen on signing him/her but the composer has no idea they are 100% going to give a contract.