Just a little over a week ago, we talked about TuneSat – the audio fingerprinting, artist advocates – and had a candid conversation with it’s COO, Chris Woods. Early yesterday morning, they released word of a month-long free trial of their tracking services so everyone can see just how effective and supportive it can be, having TuneSat’s many extra “eyes” on where and when your work is used via television and online.
After the jump, get a straight-to-the-point explanation of how to utilize this free trial (as per TuneSat’s official press release) and find out how much of your royalty money has been slipping through the digital cracks!
How It Works:
- Users can upload up to 100 tracks and will be able to view the first 50 detections [of their work] that TuneSat screens from hundreds of channels in 14 countries (U.S., UK and Western Europe) and millions of websites around the globe.
- These actionable insights can then be used to properly collect on the public performance and sync/master use royalties they may be owed and provide additional revenue they would not have received otherwise. It can also provide them with immediate marketing and business insights into their TV and Web plays.
- After 30 days, new subscribers can continue the service for as low as $10/month for up to 10 tracks. Additional tracking services are available for a nominal fee, based on types of music, media, geographic area and size of music catalogue.
If you want to get started and check this out for yourself, head over to TuneSat.com and sign up here at their “Try it Free” page.
Kira is an old school music nerd with a love for all things creative; always searching for music’s common ground. She graduated with an M.A. in Performing Arts Administration from New York University. Drop her a tweet @shadowmelody1