Published November 1994
by Access Press (WA) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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Music blogs, radio stations, and record labels have specific guidelines on how to submit – and how NOT to submit – your music This post was revised January As the publisher of the Indie Bible and the Indie Venue Bible, the most frequent question I get from artists is, “How do I contact the music services listed in your directory?”. As you cut your deals, set your percentages, and secure both your rights and profits, the decisions you make in the music business early on in your career can have long-term effects. The biggest percentages of profits that you share are with your publisher, your label, your manager, investors, or whatever mix you have involved. Please submit your top 1 song only, we will only listen to one song anyhow. When you submit your demo, we would like you to give us the right to share your music on our Social Media pages. Simply to share your awesome music. We won’t do this every time however, only if we like your music. Monthly, we will award the best demo submitted to us. Here is a list of music publishers in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, including both major and independent companies. Also included are links to company websites. Because there are literally thousands of legitimate publishers, it is difficult to list them all.