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If you are a composer and/or songwriter, please leave your comments and experiences with this company. We want to hear the good as well as the bad! Please rate, from 1 to 10, by clicking on one of the stars. Below is some general information but we make no guarantee of accuracy. Check with the company for all details. Please contact us for any corrections.

URL: http://www.swanky-ent.com/
Twitter:
Facebook:
Accepting Submissions:Yes
Submit Online:No
Submit By Mail:Yes
Submissions Reviewed:Yes
Types Accepted:
  • Vocals
  • Instrumentals
Charge For Submissions:No
Up Front Money:
Royalty Free:
(non-broadcast use)
Unknown
Exclusivity:
(Exclusive, Non, Semi)

(Semi = Free to place on own
but not with another library)
Non-Exclusive
Re-Title: Yes
Set Own Price:Unknown
Contract Length:Unknown
Payment Schedule:Bi-Annual
License Fee Split:
(writer/library)
50/50
PRO Split Based on 100%:
(writer/library
writer/library/publisher
or writer)
50/50
Requires Licensee To File Cue Sheet:Unknown
Pays On Blanket License:
YouTube Content ID:
Active Site:Yes
Notes:

18 thoughts on “Splashy Music Publishing

  1. RIP

  2. I get a 404 on this one.

  3. Hmmm… well, after setting up a contributor account, it seems that I can’t upload anything anyway. I have tried to upload several different MP3s of the same material, recorded at different resolutions, and I continue to get an error message that says “Only music formats accepted”.

    I went back and tried it again, using Firefox, MSIE, Opera, and Safari browsers, and got the same response each time.

    I’m just giving up and moving on…

    –>S.

  4. I sent them some music and they were interested enough to send me a contract, their website is very basic so I ask them to send me some details of current successes they have had, that was last month and no reply…. hmmmm?

    • Yes, but remember also that it’s the holidays. 🙂 Ever try to track down a plumber on New Years?

      I have a stack of stuff that’s ready to go out, but I’m deliberately holding off until after the week after Christmas. Most people I know are out on vacation for at least a week.

      –>S.

  5. I just checked it out – looks like they want physical disks sent to the mail address, along with a signed contract up front (?!). That could be good or bad – I have never seen that before!

    I’m just wondering if anyone who has submitted has been paid yet?

    –>S.

  6. I dunno how anyone is gonna find anything on that website. It’s awful. Can you seriosuly see any clients being bothered to faff about for more than 5 seconds on there? Click on a ‘music category’ and nothing comes up (well, for me anyway).

    No credits either. No showreel. And there’s google ads.

    Personally, I think I’d need a little more evidence of their credentials before I sent them my work.

  7. just been accepted by these guys also. Contract is straightforward enough, a couple of unanswered emails so far but we will see, I do like people who communicate well – I’ve yet to sign.
    Upload for jobs is a bit outdated by emailing mp3s (takes forever), no control panel to organize your song uploads so you have to remember what you’ve sent because you’re working blind.
    I have no idea how long these guys have been going so there might be changes in the pipeline (fingers crossed) if they got their act together they could save themselves a lot of work and make our lives a bit easier.

  8. Thanks John (the other John) ” From Splashy Music Publishing you’ll get 100% writer’s PRO royalties and they’ll get 100% publishing PRO royalties. You’ll split the licensing 50/50″

    Is this a fair deal?

  9. I’m new to this. I think they want 100% Publishing. If I’m with a PRO as writer/publisher does that mean I still get 50% Publishing?

    • John (the other John) says:

      “f I’m with a PRO as writer/publisher does that mean I still get 50% Publishing?” – Jim

      No, you get 100% publishing Jim – but only with the placements you get through your own pitching. 😀

      From Splashy Music Publishing you’ll get 100% writer’s PRO royalties and they’ll get 100% publishing PRO royalties. You’ll split the licensing 50/50.

  10. License Fee Split: 50/50
    PRO Split Based on 100%: 50/50
    Payment Schedule: Semiannual
    Types Accepted: Instrumental , Vocal
    Charge For Submissions: NO

  11. License Fee Split: 50/50
    PRO Split Based on 100%: 50/50
    Payment Schedule: Semiannual

  12. Exclusivity: NON EXCLUSIVE
    Re-Title: YES

  13. I believe they are from Montreal, I’ve sent my web link for consideration, never heard back, my material is probably not what they are seeking.

  14. You can look at opportunities on the site and submit to them. I have never dealt with them so I don’t know their exact specifics.

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