Youtube music licensing recommendations? There is no one price tag that you can stick on getting a sync deal as it depends on many different elements, but you can get a good idea of the type of budgets that exist and what affects that price tag in our guide on how to make money from music. Some (like us!) have been in this game for a while and know all of the ins and outs. However, we understand that those of you who are just starting out may be overwhelmed by the complicated maze of industry jargon and metadata. Luckily for you, we’re here to demystify the sync world a bit, and make it easier for you to kickstart a successful career in sync!
Now, the process of finding a PRO is a process within a process, and there are advantages and disadvantages to all of them, but whichever you choose is your partner in keeping up with royalties and licenses once your work starts getting picked up. If you’re not sure which PRO you want to go with, attend one of the meet and greets or seminars that they put on throughout the year. It’s a good way to get face time with decision-makers and ask any questions you might have.
What are the different licenses/services you provide? We presently provide 8 different licenses/services that are outlined on our website under our pricing section. These services range from personal licenses to major licenses for television and motion pictures. What if I require a license that requires multiple services? We understand that sometimes the services needed can overlap in each license. Contact us directly to specify what services you require and we will provide a rate that is tailored to your needs. How do I get my music on Rhythm Couture? We believe in quality over quantity, and as a result, we are very selective about the music we bring into the roster. However, musicians are more than welcome to submit songs for consideration. Provide 4 songs (streaming links only) to Music@RhythmCouture.com to audition. We’ll get back to you within 30 days. Discover even more information at music licensing for you-tubers.
Rhythm Couture artists questions and answers: When did you start in the music industry, and what type of music do you create? My name is Yeya. I was born in Massachusetts, and I moved to Los Angeles 3 years ago to pursue music. I have a background in musical theatre, where I learned to sing, but I started writing my own music after I graduated high school in 2014. Then in 2018, I began taking production classes and learning how to use Ableton. I love to create pop, EDM, R&B and rap. I don’t really think about a genre when I begin production on a song, I just create something I love and choose the label later. This results in a lot of tracks that blur the genre line and take my favorite aspects from each type of music. What upcoming projects are you working on, and any last words for the Rhythm Couture audience? I’m currently working on my EP, Monarch. We’re releasing each song one at a time, and I’m really amped up for this project! Also, if you’re curious about me or my music, check me out on any streaming platform and follow on IG @Yeyamusic. Thanks!
RhythmCouture Recording Studios: two locations based in New York and Vermont. We proffer expertise in music licensing and musical solutions across all multimedia platforms. Kyle Hunter and Robert Ronci, Co-Owners, have paired their formidable musical repertoires and talent affiliations from around the globe to bring a distinctive differentiation to the music product placement space. Our range of clients include Calvin Klein, Les Mills, The New York Times, Vans, Forever 21, Marie Claire + more. See additional details on https://www.rhythmcouture.com/.