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URL: http://www.uncommontrax.com
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Accepting Submissions:Yes
Submit Online:Unknown
Submit By Mail:Unknown
Submissions Reviewed:Unknown
Types Accepted:Unknown
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:Unknown
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:
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Active Site:No
Offers Subscriptions To Clients:
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8 Replies to “Uncommon Trax”

  1. Charge For Submissions: No
    Exclusivity: NON-EXCLUSIVE
    Re-Title: YES
    License Fee Split: 50/50
    PRO Split Based on 100%: 50/50

      1. jason,

        To me your statement makes no sense. Normally once the track is re-titled within a library it uses that title exclusively regardless of what it is used for. What you are saying is that the library would use the original title and then re-title the same track for each media it would be used for.

        In addition several top Hollywood music supervisors are now refusing to accept material from retitled libraries after being pitched the same song from different sources under different titles and at different rates. The potential for confusion has led at least one major studio to issue an edict stating that they will only work with music companies that represent their content exclusively.

        1. Steve B

          Your rebuttal makes no sense. Someone can re-title a track & still represent the originally titled track as well… Bands are also often turned off by exclusive contracts – so ‘that one major studio’ might have slimmer pickings by that edict. -just stating the facts.

          1. Bands that are turned off by exclusive contracts don’t deserve to have their music sync’d on Paramount’s content.

          2. Are you Jason of Uncommon Trax? If so it would be nice to have you identify yourself as such so that everyone here would know you are a representative of the company.

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