How do I submit a demo to Sony music?
For one of Sony Music’s labels or creative centers to review a demo, it must come recommended through an established music industry professional, such as a manager, lawyer, agent, producer, artist, programmer, or tastemaker. We suggest you consult with one or more of these professionals for more information.
Where can I send my record label demos?
Look for their website, SoundCloud, Facebook Page, Twitter account, and other channels. Find names and contact information such as the A&R manager’s email address. Also, locate their demo policy! The more you know about the label, the better.
How do I get a distribution deal with Universal Records?
If you would like to obtain rights to use a song or lyrics from a song that is administered or published by Universal Music Publishing Group you should contact UMPG’s Film & TV Licensing department via the UMPG website by selecting “license request” at the bottom of the page.
How much does music license cost?
The average BMI music license for a business costs between $400 and $250 per year, a number that can go up to $2000 depending on the size of the business and the number of locations. The cost also depends on whether the business is a bar (a much higher fee) or a retail shop (a lower fee).
Do record labels actually listen to demos?
Yes most record labels listen to demo submissions they receive. Here are a few things you can do to increase your chances: Send your music through a link, send quality recorded material, target the right label, optimize your email properly, design great track names & include a picture of your self.
What happens when you distribute your music?
Distribution is a crucial part of music promotion. Brick and mortar music distributors used to be the only way for record labels and independent artists to get their records in the hands of listeners. It gets your music into as many ears as possible. And it helps you get paid for your music.
How do I get signed to Atlantic Records?
You can reach out to the music group via the following channels:
- Visit Atlantic Records’ corporate website.
- Go to this page.
- Visit their dedicated How to Get Signed page and follow the instructions there promptly.
- Follow the music group on Facebook.
- Follow them on Twitter.
- Follow Atlantic Records on Instagram.