Registration of Album and Individual Songs with Billboard
Register with the sales source for the Billboard music charts.
Artist selected Song pitched to 5 Music Supervisors a month x12 Months!
One artist selected song pitched and sent to 5 active music supervisors and licensors (over a 12 month period = 60 opportunities for your song!). Monthly Music Licensing Opportunities!
A music supervisor is a person who combines music and visual media. A music supervisor is “a qualified professional who oversees all music related aspects of film, television, advertising, video games and other existing or emerging visual media platforms as required.”
*Song must be registered with a PRO(BMI/ASCAP)
PRO Registration (Artist Choice)
Proper registration with a PRO (BMI, ASCAP, and SESAC) helps songwriters and publishers get paid for the usage of their music by collecting royalties. You (the artist) is owed what is called a “performance royalty” any time your music is played on radio stations (terrestrial, satellite, and internet), used on TV shows or commercials, or performed in live venues.
US Copyright Registration
Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution.
Global Digital Royalty Registration
Proper registration will enable you to collect worldwide performance royalties and Rights Owners royalties when your song is played on digital radio. ie. Pandora, Spotify, Internet Radio, SiriusXM, Webcasters etc... Globally!
Digital Jukebox Registration
Another way for your music to be heard on a worldwide basis–digital jukeboxes ! Getting your songs onto a digital jukebox is a way to potentially have your music heard by millions of people and collect royalties.
Digital distribution registration.
Link on Code 3 Records.com
Code 3 Records is an independent record label and music publishing firm founded in 2006. Over 10 years of experience placing our artists’ music in film, television, radio and video games. (Link on Code3records.com for 36 months)
Band Mom Documents
(All documents to make that awkward conversation with your band mates a little easier.)
1. Band Agreement
2. Musician for Hire Agreement
3. Musician Release Agreement
4. Band Management Agreement
5. Authorship and Ownership Agreement
* Band Mom disclaimer – Documents do not replace legal advice. Documents are to organize artist(s) and their intellectual property. Artist(s) are encouraged to seek legal advice if needed and to notarize documents to formalize the agreements.
$54 an hour
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