What is a decent price to ask for a music track?

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Post » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:52 pm

Savvy001 wrote:After going through all the info i made up my mind :-)

I am going for the route where i sell the audio piece with full ownership to only one developer.
Am not going to bother with licencing because in the end that takes the fun away for me.
Keeps it easy and for me and highly recommendable for a developer.
They get a one of a kind music piece, and i get to say "that is what i created" to other developers who are in need of royalty free music.

And on the plus side i can keep it at a low price that way.


i think thats the best choice :) keeps you in business and helps people out :D awesome :D
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Post » Mon Sep 14, 2015 8:46 pm

I think that is a very good call.

Later, once you establish yourself in the market and you have a decent track record and you could call composing your job, I'd recommend you looking into registering to a composers rights organization that will take care of the royalty mess for you. They will track all the mechanical royalties, performance royalties, sales profits and what not.
Have a happy day!
- Markus Lappalainen, Composer & Audio Engineer
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