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A: EDM REKORDS has offices in countries around the world. Its global headquarters are located at 29-31 Parliament Street, Liverpool, England, L8 5RN
A: For a list of contact numbers for EDM REKORDS offices around the world, please visit our contacts page:
A: EDM REKORS and its employees do not accept, or consider, unsolicited sound recordings, musical compositions or any other creative materials.
For one of EDM REKORS’s label or creative centers to review a demo, it must come recommended through an established music industry professional, such as a manager, lawyer, agent, producer, artist, programmer, or tastemaker. We suggest you consult with one or more of these professionals for more information.
Please note that if, despite our policy, you submit unsolicited material to us, then EDM REKORS has no obligation, and shall not be liable to you, or to any person claiming through you, based on such submission.
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A: To view our current job openings, apply for positions online, and find out more about applying for positions with EDM REKORDS, please visit the careers section of our website:
A: Media questions about EDM REKORDS artists should be directed to the publicity department of the label to which the artist is signed.
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To find out more about which artist records for what label, please visit our website
A: If you would like to license master recording rights from a EDM REKORDS artist, please send us a request to : [email protected]
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A: EDM REKORDS supplies more than 100 digital partners in nearly 200 territories as part of our standard service, including all of the leading platforms.
A: The agreement continues until terminated by either you or us. If you terminate your agreement then we will remove your catalog from our service within 30 days and take it down from our digital partners’ stores and services. Alternatively you can simply remove certain territories or releases from our service, without terminating your whole agreement.
A: EDM REKORDS Issues statements and corresponding payments every three months after the end of the calendar month in which we receive revenues from digital services for your music.
A: You should prepare the audio as WAV files. We accept up to 24bit / 96kHz.. We only accept uncompressed audio files, so no MP3s.
A: UPC stands for Universal Product Code, it’s essentially a barcode that identifies your release. We assign these automatically (at no charge) if you don’t have your own.
A: ISRC stands for International Standard Recording Code. It’s a unique identifier for a recording (different versions such as a Radio Edit and a Live version would have different codes). Again, we assign these automatically (at no charge) once your release has been submitted if the field is left empty.
A: Yes, you must obtain written permission from the rightsholder of the track you’re sampling in order to ‘clear’ the sample. Without this, you are infringing their copyright, which is not permissible. If your music contains samples, you must provide proof of the relevant license via email before submitting.
A: Firstly, it is important that you have obtained the rights to distribute your cover version from the original songwriters’. You will be responsible for any mechanical payments and other publishing payments owed to the original songwriters’. Many digital retailers and services take responsibility for paying songwriters’ mechanicals and other publishing payments to the collection societies and publishers who represent the songwriters but some do not. There are also variations by territory and by type of service. We will advise you on your accounting statements if the songwriters’ mechanicals or any other publishing payments have been paid by the digital retailer or service. If they have not been, then the songwriters’ mechanicals and any other applicable publishing payments are your responsibility and you are obliged to pay the songwriter or their publisher. Please check your statements.