You own and control the rights to the recording and the musical composition.
Published on YouTube for at least 30 days (it does not matter who uploaded it).
Your track is not registered with the YouTube's Content ID system (directly or through a third parties).
We check, if the requirements are met and start track evaluation.
We use complex formulas that project future popularity of your track on YouTube. We also use VidIQ services to receive data of our interest and make final evaluation of the track.
If the requirements are met, we will evaluate your track and send you an offer (with agreement) within five working days.
You can accept it by signing the agreement and sending scanned or photographed form of it to us.
Short answer is yes. You can still distribute it to iTunes, Spotify, etc. and utilize it for commercial reasons, except YouTube ploatform. If you change your mind, you can terminate the agreement and commercially exploit recording on YouTube platform.
We pay within five business days after we receive signed agreement.
At the moment we can only make payments via PayPal.
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