Song Titles Showing Up In My PRO Works Catalog. Does That Mean Placements Or Just Routine?

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Song Titles Showing Up In My PRO Works Catalog. Does That Mean Placements Or Just Routine?

Post by DannyWeber » Wed Oct 31, 2018 8:00 pm

I have recently discovered several of my tracks signed to a US Library, showing up in my works catalog with BMI. Does this mean cue sheets have been filled out for placements or just routine practice? If I had to guess.. Libraries register tracks to writers PROs routinely with or without placements.

This newb would appreciate a little enlightenment.

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Re: Song Titles Showing Up In My PRO Works Catalog. Does That Mean Placements Or Just Routine?

Post by Casey H » Thu Nov 01, 2018 3:30 am

Some libraries register routinely and some only if there are placements or very possible ones based on a targeted pitch.

So you can't really tell what it means.

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Re: Song Titles Showing Up In My PRO Works Catalog. Does That Mean Placements Or Just Routine?

Post by DannyWeber » Thu Nov 01, 2018 6:30 am

Thank You, Casey..

Now that I know some do it routinely, I would guess that's the case since all 10 of the tracks I signed, showed up at about the same time.

Good to know. Thanks again,

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