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How to get my song-written material to be recorded by name artists with a label, and receive royalties for me?

How to get my song-written material to be recorded by name artists with a label, and receive royalties for me? Topic: How to write a rock song easy
June 17, 2019 / By Anette
Question: I have written several songs, (words & music) that have been register-mailed to myself in a sealed envelope & would like to have them played by known artists who already have been established & have their own record label.These songs(25 in all) are in rock,blues,calipso,slow rock(love songs,environmental, soulful meaning, uplifting songs that I have written on acoustic guitar & play to friends that say they are good enough to be played on the radio> I have been in bands for my earlier years since 1971 & have had my input with writting materal.Now I want to get a known band to play these tunes & bring them & myself royalties when we get them to that point! They need to be worked out with a band willing to share credits & payments when that time comes.We (the band & myself) will sign a non-disclosure agreement so that all are protected up front! I want to have input on bringing them to be recorded on a label.I am sincere in getting these songs to radio!
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Wiley Wiley | 5 days ago
There are a few ways we are aware of. One is contact some radio stations online and fm. Also there are sites that can get you in contact their promoters which yes does take awhile to get done but nothing is easy in the music world. Another way is trying to contact them through myspace. Our boss suggests using all of those. Also here is a link to get you a bunch of artists sites. Hope we helped. ENJOY! and good luck
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Wiley Originally Answered: Does anyone know how much it cost to get a song recorded?
It just depends on where you go. Amateur studio or homestudio would be fairly cheaper than going to a professional studio with lots of experience. Ranges from $30-$500 / hour. 1 Song will range from 2-12 hours depending on how much you want out of it from the studio.
Wiley Originally Answered: Does anyone know how much it cost to get a song recorded?
it will depend on in which you pass the costs can variety and whilst i say variety i imply like forty greenbacks to umm muchhh extra nice is to visit the situation and ask what they cost and if its professionally performed additionally influences the rate well good fortune :]

Saxon Saxon
I share your pain. I have also written hundreds in the same timeframe of which you speak -many of which were hits in not only the opinions of friends/other musicians', but were clearly better than other crap out there. Two got on the radio and one made $90 while the other made $1,000 of which I had to give all to payola to keep it spinning. Had a song ripped off that went up so far it made $100,000 for the thief. That is why music is my hobby/love and not my profession. It is a ruthless game that can't be won unless you just happen to have connections, are strange, appeal to the ignorant masses with no taste, are lucky or have sex with the record producer or know how to be a blackmailer, or were born into a rich family and can buy your way in thru publicity.
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Saxon Originally Answered: I really need som advice about a song that i just recorded?
I'm a music teacher, so I'll give you my comments on the music. I'll leave it to the poets to critique your lyrics. I'm no expert there....sound alright to me. Do you have any vocal training? The main glaring issue I have with your singing technique is your melismas (when you switch notes on the same syllable). You are inserting an "h." (Examples: Me = me-hee, or friend = fre-hend.) There were some cases where you added two or three "h's" within a word. It is acceptable to do a little of that in pop music, but it was distracting for me. Your tone also tends to be flat on the long notes. Both flat in pitch and flat in timbre. Try to 'warm up' your tone by rounding your mouth and allowing the sound to resonate in your mouth and head, less in your nose. Was the accompaniment done on garage band or something similar? It sounds pretty generated. The opening chord progression reminded me a bit of Lenon's "Imagine." Don't know if you intended any Beatles inspired sound. Decent song, though. I hope my comments help you improve. You woud really benefit from some voice instruction. You've got a nice voice, just some technical things that you could learn to be a better singer.
Saxon Originally Answered: I really need som advice about a song that i just recorded?
The song was okay... To me it felt that it just wasn't going anywhere and you need to work on your vocals a little. You have some potential, just work on projecting your voice some more.

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