Royalties We Collect

Streaming Music Services

Streaming Music Services

Every time your music is played on a streaming music service, you are owed a royalty. This money is kept by a clearinghouse that requires completing paperwork, identifying your music, and proving your entitlement to the proceeds.

We work regularly with the streaming services and clearinghouse to publish your work and ensure payment. 

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With over a billion active users, YouTube is a vital way to promote and share your music. However, YouTube often fails to pay artist and publishing royalties.

We work directly with YouTube to publish and claim your music, ensuring you receive both royalties and advertising revenue.  We aggressively defend and claim your revenue when others illegally use your music in their videos. 



StreamCut publishes your entire music catalog to iTunes, ensuring that your music can be legally downloaded by your fans.

We offer transparent accounting of your sales, and work with iTunes to ensure you are paid quickly for your music. 



Fast and reliable delivery to: Digital music stores (iTunes, Amazon, Google Music, etc.), Digital music streaming services (Spotify, Rhapsody, Deezer, etc.), Digital radio outlets (Pandora, Slacker, IHeartRadio, etc.), and Digital music discovery services (Shazam, YouTube, etc.). We offer transparent accounting of your sales, and work with digital distributors to ensure that you are promptly paid for your music.

A&R Project Management


Grow your listeners and fan base with strategic content creation and social media management.


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Located at Doppler Studios in Atlanta, GA, we offer a state-of-the-art recording studio for our artists, featuring industry standard professional recording equipment.