yes, thank you! i'm not too emotional about the music, but I am a bit more so about the $$$. the bottom line is to cast as big a net as possible to catch the most fish…kyliecouper wrote: ↑Thu Jul 25, 2019 7:43 pmjwtaxi wrote: ↑Sun Jul 14, 2019 9:45 amok, thank you! so instead of saying, "they haven't done anything with that track, I want it back for something else" you just write another one and move on. thanks also for the insight on the realistic expectations for placements and libraries, very helpful!ttully wrote: ↑Sat Jul 13, 2019 7:54 amWell.... ALL I know for sure is....
I have literally hundreds and hundreds of unregistered tracks in different libraries..... and I have
zero idea what happened to them after that.
It seems to be the 80/20 rule .... you will get placements from 20% of the libraries you are in.
That's just part of the business....
Your mileage may vary!
"Just write another one and move on"
This is it! You have hit the nail on the head!
Once you get your head around this and take all the emotion out, everything becomes much much easier!
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Matt, my question is, do you do that even if you are sending same examples to several libraries in order to get known? (and finally work with one of them)
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