Music royalties and money, resources apps and services
Software for managing music assets, rights, licensing and royalties. Synchtank offers a range of cloud-based SaaS solutions for managing assets, rights, licensing and royalties. Whether you’re a music rights holder or music user, Synchtank software is tailored to fit your business.
Tracklib is a subscription service for cleared samples. It gives producers access to a catalogue of 100K+ original songs from every music genre and decade from all over the world. Tracklib handles all the hassle of clearing copyright, so producers can focus on making music. Rec read: The State Of Sampling 2022.
TuneSat’s unique audio recognition technology monitors hundreds of TV channels, helping rights holders collect millions of dollars that otherwise would have been lost. TuneSat is for anyone who wants to track their music or audio content on TV and/or the Internet, for any reason.
Songtrust’s Royalty Estimator uses available data to estimate what streaming royalties your songs may have earned in US & Canada only. Note that in order to use the royalty estimator, your song must be available on Spotify, though the estimates cover all US/Canada streaming sources..
Label Engine is a music distribution, monetisation, accounting, and promotion platform for independent record labels and artists. It provides a suite of tools that help labels and artists get their music heard, earn more money, and stay organised. Label Engine’s tools cover every aspect of label management and are divided into four main categories: distribution, accounting, […]
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.
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
Eddy is a royalty accounting solution for independent labels and artists. Automate your artists’ statements and reporting with fast contract and repertoire import and powerful and transparent analytics. Ingest your label’s repertoire, configure your contracts, import sales reports from distributors, and access consolidated revenue and royalty statement reports.
Many artists sign record deals they don’t fully understand. CreateSafe have created a record deal simulator to help artists, managers, and labels model deal options and forecast profits. It’s a rough guide to better understand the finances of how record deals work.
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.
Audiam is a digital music royalty collection agency. They work for music publishers and self-published songwriters and license and collect U.S. streaming mechanical royalties, all Canadian digital mechanical royalties and YouTube royalties.
Free short course from Soundfly. Join DIY music business guru Ari Herstand as he walks you through the ins-and-outs of collecting the many hidden royalties out there. This free micro-course is a drawn in large part from Ari’s book ‘How to Make It in the New Music Business.’
Stem is a distribution and payment solution for artists and their teams. Offering music and video distribution, visualised data, monthly royalty payments, simplified revenue splits, and advances on future earnings, Stem brings clarity to the complicated process of digital rights management and monetisation online.
Reprtoir is a workspace for record labels and music publishers that offers solutions for catalogue management, music sharing, release builder, royalty accounting, and more. It helps music businesses of all sizes in the day-to-day management of data, and more specifically in the organisation of music content, contributors, rights, and royalties.
Emily White’s book, ‘How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams’. For the first time, White has penned all of her best practices and advice for musicians looking to build a long-term career into a single book (available in print and digital versions) while ensuring they aren’t missing any funds owed […]
The world’s largest independent digital distribution partner for indie electronic music labels. Label Worx delivery network includes major DSPs alongside emerging platforms that cater for specialist sounds, so whatever your genre they make sure your music gets heard by the right audience. The full suite of label services powers independent brands of all sizes.
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 explains how this foundational identifier works with the music business, its history, and how to get these codes for a composition.
50 page PDF written by TuneCore founder Jeff Price. The document explains how it all works in the United States for Spotify and all other interactive streaming music services like it, Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Prime, Pandora Interactive and more. Outside of the United States, many of the same mechanisms apply, but there are […]
While Spotify has never revealed an official number, the estimated amount of royalties per 1,000 streams is roughly $4. Use the Spotify calculator to figure out how much you can estimate you will get from your Spotify streams.
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 […]
Independent Alliance for Artists Rights (IAFAR) was founded to tackle worldwide issues affecting the collection of artists neighbouring rights. Our aim is to collaborate with CMO’s (Collective Management Organization) and other interested parties to ensure the collection of these rights are as efficient and streamlined as they can be.
BMAT is a music technology company that provides a suite of data, rights admin and operations services to the music industry. Its mission is to connect all players in the industry to amplify the value of music. Driven by machine learning and copyright expertise, BMAT’s system provides neutral data and authoritative knowledge to everyone along […]
Fast Forward is a next-generation royalty advance service from distributor Amuse. Fast Forward analyses streaming data to calculate and pay out advances as low as $50 USD up to hundreds of thousands. Get access to your royalties earlier than ever, without signing away your rights.
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.