Organic Music Library: Seeking Urban, Rock, Drama, Jazz, World, and Electronica

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The deadline is approaching to submit to the Organic Music Library, which is seeking instrumental urban, rock, drama, jazz, world, and electronica music in for its new high-end licensing catalog. It will feature music that is organic and artist-driven, rather than mechanized and loop-oriented material. Songs will be licensed with a non-exclusive "flex license" that allows for simple flat-fee licensing./n/nThis listing is for a "Library Placement." If you are selected, this promoter will potentially add you to their library of music to shop to clients who need music, but this does not guarantee placement.

The Organic Music Library, a new, highly branded and upscale boutique source of instrumental music cues, is seeking original music. Material in this catalog is organic and artist-driven, avoiding overly mechanized and loop-oriented material. They are moving closer to their launch and at this point, have some specific requests.

Specifically, they are looking for the following genres:

  • Urban – Hip Hop, R&B, Neo-Soul

  • Drama – Especially cinematic underscore

  • Jazz – All styles

  • Rock- All styles

  • World - Especially Reggae & Latin

  • Electronica

Submissions should have an emphasis on organic sound based on real musical performances rather than on samples, loops, and pre-packaged beats. As this is a small, high-end and carefully curated catalog, only tracks with superior music and production will be considered. Tracks must sound professionally produced and be ready for broadcast.

Please read the following carefully before you submit to avoid any confusion and potentially save yourself money:

  • Instrumentals only - no vocal tracks, please.

  • All tracks ultimately selected for the library must have a definite ending-NO FADES

  • All tracks need to be under 4 minutes in length, preferably under 3.

  • If you're submitting tracks outside of these parameters, please specify that you can edit or tweak to these specifications.

  • If you have already submitted to their previous listing and were not selected, you may submit again if you wish, but only with different material. Please carefully consider whether your new submissions are significantly different in quality from your rejected material.

  • No more than 3 submissions per artist please.

Tracks accepted into the catalog will be licensed with a non-exclusive "flex license" that allows for easy placement, net fees will be split evenly between the writer and library. Back end royalties may be possible in certain cases, and artists will be offered a larger percentage split if they choose to enter an exclusive contract. This will be a predominantly royalty free library that will reflect current pricing models (individual tracks priced under $100.00) and anyone submitting should be comfortable with this concept. This is a non-exclusive library, but preference will be given to tracks that are not currently widespread.

Artists must own the master and copyright to their submissions.

Those who submit should be:

  • Writers and producers of unique instrumental material, especially those incorporating real instruments and quality recording practices

  • Comfortable with the concept of Royalty free placements

  • Own the master and composition copyrights to their submissions

  • Over 18 years of age