Philadelphia, PA, May 25, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- New Music Licensing Company Focuses on Indie Artists to Quicken the Placement Process.
Full Volume Music LLC, a music clearance start-up in Philadelphia PA, has begun to focus on partnering exclusively with independent artists. The company believes indie artists provide fresh and original music while cutting out the often tedious red tape associated with contract laden commercial artists.
An FVM spokesperson commented, “Despite the hard times many artist’ have fallen on, niche markets are still paying off. Full Volume Music is a company where we want to keep things simple; we represent a niche in the way we choose our client base, and our client base usually represents a niche.”
The music clearance business is a way for artists to get exposure, and receive payment for licensing their music. There are many companies pining for television and film placements, the apparent gold mine of the industry. However, the process of actually clearing the music remains the same; full of issues stemming from who owns what part of the music.
Since there can be many individuals and or companies that share rights to a song, the clearance process can become a minefield full of disagreement. However, most companies are still requiring more and more music to be cleared; a growth trend in an otherwise stagnant music industry. “The best way to get ahead is to have one contract to look at,” say the team at Full Volume Music, making a point that the less people who share ownership of music, the better the licensing process becomes.
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