MUSIC PUBLISHED - MUSIC FOR MUSICIANS
Global Publishing Rights: Songs written by John Franklin Fletcher
2015 - 2016
TuneCore Publishing Administration:
The following 64 albums (from Love to Time
) are registered with TuneCore Publishing Administration
who collects all the global mechanical & performance royalties from these songs. The 11 instrumental
(from Instrumentals 1 to Instrumentals 11)
are also registered with TuneCore who also collects all the global mechanical & performance royalties from these instrumentals.
The above albums consist of 821 compositions that are registered with TuneCore.
Example: Top 10 Income Types
01 Mechanical - Streaming - 125.17
02 Performance - 14.87
03 Performance - TV - 7.73
04 Mechanical - TV - 8.09
05 Mechanical - Digital - 0.12
06 Performance - YouTube - 0.03
07 Mechanical - 2.30
08 Mechanical - Broadcast - 0.06
09 Mechanical - Download - 0.04
10 Performance - Broadcast - 0.01
These 64 albums & 11 instrumental albums were initially globally distributed with Distrokid and taken off all digital stores because of a conflict we had with the music distributor and we were told to go sign up with another global music distributor.
Furthermore, all the above compositions have been registered with SoundExchange Direct
for non-interactive sync radio licensing to collect the royalties from radio play.Songtrust:
All future songs will be registered with Songtrust
, a global music publisher. rather than TuneCore because we have more control of our options and business opportunities.. Songtrust is the world's largest global royalty collection service, Songtrust streamlines the music publishing administration of 2,000,000+ songs. It has access to the largest network of over 50 pay sources and collection societies in over 215 countries to collect all your publishing royalties.
FOCUS ON SYNC LICENSING:
A major focus will be on developing sync licensing. Sync offers significant opportunities for independent artists, songwriters, and composers. The reason is that the music simply has to fit — it doesn’t need to be a hit.
*"Any artist with ownership over a piece of music can structure a sync deal. There are no steadfast rules on who can make this handshake, though artists are typically entering sync deals via a music publisher or catalog, music supervisor, or sync platform.
A music publisher is a company that works to maximize the value of a piece of music, through a variety of licenses and deals. They typically acquire the rights to a catalog of music, or sign a deal to administer the rights to that music. In each case, they take a sizable fee, but promise greater access to heavyweights at major Hollywood studios, advertising agencies, sports networks, online platforms, and gaming platforms.
A music supervisor is a specialist in matching music with visual media. They’re frequently hired or employed by a studio or production company, with the job of finding the right music for a production. They’re also in charge of ‘clearing the rights,’ which means securing permissions to use music that might fit the film, TV show, or other production.
Recording labels themselves are often involved in sync deals, in coordination with publishers and supervisors. They control one important part of the license, the master (see below).
Both music publishers and supervisors have been structuring sync deals for decades, though sync platforms are now upending some of those cozy relationships. Songtradr, one of the largest online platforms, allows artists and songwriters to upload music that might fit a variety of different productions. In turn, that music is categorized, analyzed, made discoverable, and recommended to various music supervisors and content producers, who can structure deals through the Songtradr platform or team and skip the middlemen."