SoundExchange collects and distributes digital performance royalties from the use of sound recordings on behalf of more than 155,000 recording artists and master rights owners (typically the record label) and administers direct agreements on behalf of rights owners and licensees. It is the only organization officially designated by the U.S. Congress to do so. SoundExchange pays featured and non-featured artists ( background vocalists, session musicians, etc.) and master rights owners for the non-interactive (you don’t choose which song plays) use of sound recordings under the statutory licenses set forth in 17 U.S.C. § 112 and 17 U.S.C. § 114.
What Should You Look For In A Good Mastering Engineer?
If you’re in the music biz, then you need good mastering before you launch your records. But, what should you look for in a good mastering engineer? Discover 5 of the most important qualities to make sure you make the right choice to give your tracks the competitive edge inside!