hi I am wanting to change from songtrust to tunecore; i have been with songtrust over a year and have not seen anything and i have alot of music out there and i know it takes time will there be any problem or will i lose out from the past year
I wouldn't recommend you switching from Songtrust to Tunecore. It's a huge hassle and honestly Tunecore won't do anything more for you than Songtrust would (and you need to pay $75 signup fee). Until you start working with a full on publishing company (not just an admin publishing co - like these are) you can't expect anything more than royalty collection.
what digital service would you use....I read your article...and I'm up in arms. I can't decide between cdbaby or tunecore?Ari Herstand (Ari's Take) responded on 09/21/2016 Next question
Re: Independent artist- I am the mom helping out. Need to know the easiest way to get a bar code and allow person possessing it (plus a code from a cash register) to download her songs. We are transitioning from a distribution deal that we are ending (issues with our rep's integrity), and just as that is happening the artist has been selected for a sponsorship deal whereby the artist's song (1) will be available to purchasers of the sponsor's clothing line (sold in Wal Mart, Target, etc). Plan to put the bar code on the "hang tag" on the merchandise. Help! We have to get this done low cost and low brain damage if possible. Ideas?--MaryAri Herstand (Ari's Take) responded on 09/21/2016