Composer Interviews – Earn Free Access

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One of our subscribers pointed out that the composer interview section hasn’t been updated in a while. To be included you must have some experience in the field and you must be earning at least 5 figures annually as a production music composer (we have enough interviews at 4 figures and under). The interviews will always be available free of charge (they will not require a subscription to access).

Those accepted will receive one month free access. If you have a lifetime membership you can donate the free month to a friend.

Here are the questions. Please cut and paste into a Word doc and e-mail to “art {at} musiclibraryreport [dot] com”. E-mail address is purposely misspelled to deter e-mail scraping.

1.) Your name?

2.) Credits?

3.) How long have you been writing music?

4.) How did you get started?

5.) How long have you been writing library/production music?

6.) Are you making a living wage writing library/production music?

7.) Annual earnings writing library/production music (low/mid/high 5, 6, 7 figures)?

8.) Are you self-taught or have you studied formally?

9.) Do you work through music libraries?

9a.) If so are they exclusive and/or non-exclusive libraries?

10.) Do you contact music supervisors, music editors or TV production companies directly?

10a.) If so how do you approach them?

11.) How do you deal with rejection?

12.) How do you feel about re-titling?

13.) What do you have the most success with, royalty free sites or back end PRO royalties?

14.) Any tips about writing descriptions, keywords and/or metadata?

15.) Any trends you would like to comment on (YouTube Content ID, Streaming, Internet Royalties)?

16.) What sort of advice would you give to someone just entering the library/production music world?

And finally!

17.) If you were not writing music what would you be doing?

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