- Crosswind by Mo'Fone
- Honest Opinion by UAF - Feat. Eric McFadden
- Kick It With Me Now by Blackwash
- Blood & Silver by Jessie Evans
- Speakeasy by Brent Goodbar
- Love Conquers All by Scott Katsura
- Bring The World by Jessica Will
- Breathing (Instrumental Ver) by KB
- Come Home by Marquis Canaan Da Lion
- I'm Good To Me by Go Indi (Indigo)
- Piano Sonata #3 by P. D. Witter w/Fred Horowitz, piano
- Run 2 U by Shawn Michael Perry
- Mosquito's Buzz by KB
- Culbutos by Djizoes
- In My Blood by Star & Dagger
- Kool by Mo'Fone
- I Feel Love by ElectroSexual & Sunday Luv
- Flower Lei by Scott Katsura
- Class Magic by Jessie Evans
- Life String by Scouts Honor
- Bookenka (The Adventurer) by Ancient Future
- Got me Like by Marquis Canaan Da Lion
- Dog Star (Fly On) by Blackbyrd McKnight w/ G. Clinton and P-Funk
- What Do by Go Indi (Indigo)
- West Wham by KB
- Untouchable by Stimulator
- No Tomorrow by Jessica Will
- Let Me On by Jessie Evans
Publishing and Royalties
Publishing is the most valuable asset that artists own. Look at publishing as real estate: when you create a song, you are the owner of that property. You may sell the property, but you never give it away. If someone wants to use your property, then they must pay you rent for the use of it. The moment you create lyrics or music, you are the owner of that composition.
The four types of publishing royalties:
- Performance royalties
- Mechanical royalties
- Synchronization fees
- Print royalties
Performance Royalties are the royalties that artists receive for live or broadcast music. Anyone who broadcasts music, recorded, live, or in video form, has to pay a fee to use the licensed music. Examples would be radio stations, TV or cable stations, a nightclub with live shows, concert halls, airlines, or a jukebox at a local bar. In order to comply with U.S. copyright law, any establishment that plays copyrighted music is legally required to secure permission to use it.
Mechanical Royalties are paid by the record label from the sale of CDs, records, and online digital sales.
Synchronization Royalties refer to music is used in a timed synchronization with visual images. This includes music used in film, TV and cable, commercials, soundtracks, and video games. When a film or television show uses or reuses (reruns) music in the background or prominently, they have to pay a fee to the owner of the music. The fees vary widely with the usage and importance of the song.
Print Royalties are for sheet music, where a royalty is paid to the publisher for the use, and are roughly 20% of the retail price of a single song-sheet.
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