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You can submit your song to be looked at by heading to the following link www.royaltyfreepromotion.com/song-submission do note that there is a chance that the song would get declined, you will also have the option to have email sent with the results of you submission.
Original and Remixed songs are accepted but Mixes/Mixtape's are not being accepted.
We prefer you to use the following settings:
File Export: wave / flac
Audio Quality: 320kbps
File Name: Song Name by Artist
You can email us at [email protected] and we will organize a Song ID for you to use, do note that this Song ID valid for 7 days before we disable it.
The most common reason for the songs being declined is:
-Incorrect or false information being supplied
As for the not so common reasons:
- Song is clipping in some part of the song
- We feel the song does not suit the audiance we currently have
In most case you can just reply to the submission results email requesting for a more indepth answer as to why it was delined.
You can email us at [email protected], once we have confirmed your submission we can make these changes.
An ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) is a unique code that is given to a track which you can use wherever that track is distributed, if you already work with a record label or distributor you can ask them if they have a ISRC for you track, if they don't you can head over to https://isrc.ifpi.org to find out were to get one in your country.
We have estimated around 3-5 working days, but this can be longer or shorter depending how many submissions are being processed that day.
At this present time you wont be able to get royalties from any promotions, but we are looking in providing this in the future.
At this present time we release on:
YouTube, SoundCloud, Audiomack
We are looking at being able to release on additional platforms.
Depending on the platform that the song was released on, the results/views/listens may vary depending on people's preference, the platform algorithm, and tags etc.
The Creative Commons License gives everyone from the individual creator to large companies a way to grant copyright permission to use creative work in various ways. Should you want more information about this check out:
Royalty Free is not really a license but refers to the right to use copyright material without the need to pay royalties or a licensing fee.
To start of with most of the song that are promoted by us should be good to use however over time these songs will get registered with label companies that best suits the artist, you can see if there have been any updates on the song itself by checking our Content ID Page as this will be one of the first places changes will be placed once the information has been gathered and confirmed.
If you are unable to find the song you are looking for you can use the contact us form and we will look into providing the information you need.
No, Content ID Claims will not affect your channel, all it means is that any revenue that is gained from video that has the song in it will be sent to the artist or split between you and the artist depending on how the artist has organized this with the label they are working with.
For us this should not have happened and we request that you get hold of us ASAP so that we can have this removed.