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Is there a website where I can upload music I've created (PDF score or MP3) and have it critiqued, checked for mistakes and such?
As a music library owner I take all claims to breaches of copyright very seriously. I believe there is nothing more important than integrity in my business. I would be very, very pissed off if I discovered a breach of copyright within my library and so far have avoided any breaches because I have been cautious and very selective about the artists I have partnered with. Even where I have had concerns but no evidence I have refused or removed the tracks that were concerning me. Once I received a very angry email from an individual who stated some tracks she had part copyright ownership of were presented in my library without her permission. I asked her to give me details of her copyright claim but strangely after such a determined rant I have never heard back from her. I assume the emailer had realised she had agreed to licensing the music and resolved her issues with the other copyright owner, perhaps too embarrassed to get back to me to clarify her error. I think the lesson here is to understand, document and keep updated on what your agents and channels are doing to get your music out there. Also make sure you have all your details of your copyright ownership prepared before you communicate any issues. Library owners will need evidence and claification so t can understand what is going on and whether your claim is genuine or just someone causing problems with one of their suppliers. It makes your claim very compelling to a library owner who will be clear t need to take the music down until anY resolution is sorted with their supplier. Music library owners will partner with many individuals, musicians, agents and record companies, so t will need details to communicate an issue with whoever supplied the track or tracks. Whilst this one issue didn't need anymore resolving the agent concerned had caused a few concerns to me in the past so I chose to remove all the agent's tracks rather than risk future issues. Additionally, I once found some of my own music being used within an IOS app that I had not licensed. So from a personal perspective I know how it feels to find your own hard work being used without your permission. I contacted Apple to raise a dispute along with emailing the app owner to raise my issue. However before the end of the day I had one of my biggest customers I've ever had. Lesson. communicate respectfully and with clarity.
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It makes all sorts of differences. And here is the kicker... My agent is a friend of my best friend — he represents all sorts of people that do business with me and I just don't think this is something we should be making public for fear of being attacked in the comments by others in the music business. I have my reasons for not making it public, however the facts speak loud and clear....it is not good enough for either music publishers or music library owners to have all the details to their artists. If you do not have a licensed representative, the people who license your track or tracks may be interested in taking action regarding breaches of copyright. I am sure someone can explain why it is not 'good enough' but I think this situation speaks for itself. I have been a dedicated.