Congratulations WorldMusic! I’m still waiting for my first broadcast license, it must feel awesome!
How did you sell? to whom? whats your advise for some to do so
Congrats WorldMusic. What a great feeling!
Thank you @sgpsaee for the comment
I sold the song to a company in Denmark.
I share my little experience with the hope of receiving some feedback from those who sell a lot and has more expertise than me.
For me it was very important the participation of the Envato Remix Contest because I could see that every composer dedicated to his song the most attention, in every detail, and this is a point that I had not fully understood in the sense that I devoted time to the composition and mixing but always with the “rush” to finish making and uploading.
Since after the contest instead I devoted the most attention to every detail, I purchased several musical instruments to use almost real instruments instead of virtual instruments (of course where possible) and I focused on the mixing more detailed.
The first published song “Happy” then follows this logic and is having very good results.
In a few days it will be published my first song with the singing voice (I looked for a singer who had the stamp right) entitled “A New Surprising Day.”
Another thing I think is important to check the portfolio and redo the mix of songs that sound like they should (this is my program for the next day).
Other than that I think it is wise to remove from your portfolio songs in the last 4/6 months have not made sales.
I promote all (almost) my songs on Twitter (3/4 posts per day), on the Facebook page (sponsored post) and on YouTube.
I hope this post can be “helpful” advice and look who is much more experienced.
Congratulations! I teach a College Course on How to Start Your Own Business and some of them are interested in the music field. Any chance I can get you to be a virtual speaker.
sorry but my spoken english is not good quality.
Try to search some other author please
have a good day