A Performance Right Organization (PRO for short) exist to work on the behalf of musicians, ensuring they receive a fair share of public performance royalties.… Read More »What is a “Performance Rights Organization”?
No, only the direct copyright holder or a library with exclusive rights can participate in ContentID. Because we are a non-exclusive library, we do not… Read More »Does your library participate in YouTube’s Content ID?
Under copyright law, a public performance of a musical work takes place whenever a composition is played in a public place. This includes usage as… Read More »How do public performance royalties work for production music?
Please call us! We would like to talk to you about this in detail while we explore future business ideas. Please contact us and we will… Read More »I wish to sign an exclusive license agreement with you. Do you offer that?
Only after we review your application and we decide your music would make a good addition to our library. If this occurs we will send… Read More »When do I get to review and sign a license agreement?
How do I get paid? We have three main licenses; a public performance license titled “Audio Only License”, a “Media Producers License” and extended licenses.… Read More »How do composers get paid in the realm of royalty free music?
The artist representation agreement is non-exclusive. This means you retain the copyright. You are also free to submit the music to any other library as… Read More »What are the licensing terms of the agreement with stockmusic.net?
First, make sure to apply with only your best work. Second, don’t just forward us your sound cloud profile. We just delete applicants that do… Read More »What can I do to increase my chances of making it into your library?