Okay – so you get the idea now: I point you at a website you might find useful, and you tell us whether it’s any good in the comments.
Today’s site is called My Music Source. Click on the image to visit it. Check it out, see what you think, then come back and write your thoughts here.
If you’re already using the site, we’d love to hear about your experiences of it.
Here’s what they say:
MyMusicSource offers you 3 ways to sell and license your music:
1. The 24/7 Music Catalog Submit your music for placement into our online Music Catalog so you can license it to producers of film, TV & advertising.
2. Producer Music Requests Submit your music directly to a specific Music Request posted by a producer.
3. Sell Music to Fans Sell your music directly to your fans and keep 85¢ on the dollar.
Online music licensing – worth a try? Are these the guys to get your song into a movie or TV show? Is 85% enough of a cut on a track sale? Is a 50/50 split on licensing a good deal? Let’s hear what you think in the comments.