Music publishing resources, music publishers and royalty services
Developed by the team at Synchtank, Soundgizmo is a website and catalogue management system built for small, fast-moving companies who don’t need big enterprise features or integration. Generate more revenue from your catalog with a core set of tools to help you organize, pitch and license your music.
Send your music to more than 150 digital stores across 200 countries and territories around the world. Get daily sales trending for iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, and Spotify, and keep every penny of what you earn from downloads and streams. From £12.99 per year for unlimited releases. Social media, music publishing admin, merch and manufacturing […]
As the world’s largest global royalty collection service, Songtrust streamlines the music publishing administration of 3,000,000+ songs. Access the largest network of over sixty pay sources and collection societies in over 145 countries to collect all your publishing royalties.
The Creative Passport is a verified digital ID for music makers that allows you to update, manage and control all information about yourself and your works. Push updated profile information into other music services, pull and visualise relevant information from your representatives and services you use in your dashboard, all in one place.
TuneRegistry is a music rights administration platform that saves small to medium-sized rights holders time and money by simplifying and streamlining music registrations and metadata delivery. Keep 100% of your copyrights and 100% of your music royalties when you self-publish with TuneRegistry. Scalable monthly fee for service
Royalty Exchange matches creators seeking funding with investors seeking catalogs. This gives creators the ability to raise money and fund their careers debt-free, and investors access to a new, high-yield asset class.
Free PDF download from Songtrust: ‘The Modern Guide to Music Publishing‘ guide covers the essential parts of music publishing, the breakdown of the various royalty revenue sources, a comprehensive view of global royalty collection and an insider view at publishing deals accessible to you.
Audiam is a digital reproduction collection agency. We work for music publishers & self-published songwriters and license & collect U.S. streaming mechanical royalties, all Canadian digital mechanical royalties and YouTube royalties.
Session Studio is the must-have collaboration tool for music creators who want to manage their song rights, from the studio right through to release. Collect song info and files, all in one safe place. Immediate sync with co-writers and producers, handle split agreements and credits digitally. Share song updates with publishers and managers.
Reprtoir is a CMS and business software solution designed for record companies and music publishers to support creative, commercial and administrative teams in the day-to-day management of data, and more specifically in the organisation of music content, contributors, rights, and royalties.
iOS and Android app. Seamlessly create split sheets in seconds to claim and protect your publishing ownership. Enter necessary information for the track you’ve just finished. Once everyone accepts, Splits will then create an agreement between all parties – ensuring security and transparency for all involved.
When signing a record deal, one clause can be the difference between picking your singles and losing your vision, amassing wealth and missing out, buying the dream car and leasing the minivan. A tour of the record deal fundamentals, in the second Decoded: Record Deals installment from AWAL.
The International Standard Musical Work Code was implemented to set up a uniform identification system for tracking the use of compositions, which in turn helps rights holders get paid. This guide, from Exploration.io will explain how this foundational identifier works with the music business, it’s history, and how to get these codes for a composition.
If you have created content with a collaborator, you need to have a written agreement in place. Cosynd is an essential toolkit that helps you to collaboratively create agreements that gets everyone on the same page about what they own and what they can or can’t do with your content.
In this article Soundcharts explore the pros and cons of music self-publishing and help you decide whether or not you should go that route. This information is relevant to songwriters, not to recording artists, although if you both write and perform, self-publishing can be very relevant.
Udemy online course ‘Sample Clearance for Music Artists’. All the necessary steps to legally clear samples in your music for music artists & producers and avoid copyright infringement.
When you need music clearance, you need it done fast, you need it done affordably, and you need it done right. Deborah Mannis-Gardner is the go-to expert for global music rights clearances, whether for samples for recordings; song usage in movies, television, and video games. DMG is known for clearing difficult copyrights from artists such […]
Mozaic lets teams of all sizes easily provide unified dashboards and automated split payments for music artists and their collaborators all over the world. With an easy to use dashboard to view all of their data sources in one place. Users can view their song splits, see income by source and royalty type.
Unminus aims to be an ‘Unsplash for music’. All music published on Unminus can be used for free. You can use it for commercial and non-commercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from the creator or Unminus. Crediting isn’t required, but is appreciated and allows artists to gain exposure.
How to understand royalties and other music industry terms. This is a cheat sheet for artists to understand how to build contemporary and competitive deals and for fans to have more of an understanding of the business behind their favourite music. Written by Jaime Silano at Vice.
Neighbouring Rights, the oft-misunderstood and commonly overlooked right type, has become increasingly relevant for performers, producers, and record labels. By some estimates, the Neighbouring Rights sector has been the fastest growing in the industry with income for artists swelling to over $2B per year. An overview from Songtrust.
Trusted and used by the world’s top labels, publishers, management teams, artists, and songwriters, Songspace is the leading cloud-based service to manage music and rights in the music industry, with tools to store, share, play and pitch songs professionally.
Tully was created to allow recording artists and songwriters to write and record ideas, store creative content and distribute their music all within one application. With guided workflows, structured asset management, templated industry contracts, publishing and licensing support, Tully provides a 360 suite of tools for artists and to manage and grow their careers.