I just wrote a article about giving away free beats, giving away free songs is like giving away free beats to the 5th power. I sometimes wonder what do artists really want, money or attention. Before this post turns into a rant consider a basic contract for a new artist. The advance that a artist gets from a major record label is for the production of a album. So basically it's a loan from a bank with a 90% interest rate.READ MORE
This Ownership agreement to the Sound Recording/Beat title is effective immediately after purchase by and between the seller (hereinafter referred to as the "Owner" a.k.a "CentricBeats.com") and the buyer. Owner warrants that it is the Author/Songwriter,
When a viewer organically streams a uploaded video or listens to a uploaded audio file on your profile you will receive .006 cents.
When a profile has a song for sell fans will only be able to hear 60 seconds of it.
Even if a fans purchases a song or beat the profile will still receive .006 cents for the stream.
Producers copyright every one of your instrumentals before you even let anyone hear them. When you get in the habit of copyrighting all of your work you will always have some since of security knowing that your instrumentals are protected by the United States Copyright Office. That is one less thing you have to think about while you are focusing on being creative.
Giving away free products or services can be a great way to generate awareness or interest to your business. But the key is to recognize if its truly helping or hurting your bottom line. Anyone can clearly see that selling beats has become oversaturated with great and terrible producers. Don't let the steep competition influence you to give away your hard work.
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