Season 2 - Episode 6: Paul Wiltshire - Make Sure There’s An Instrumental Version
YOU CAN Make a Living In The Music Industry Podcast
This week I’m talking with Songtradr CEO Paul Wiltshire. Paul founded Songtradr which is the largest online sync agency platform in the world. We are discussing how Songtradr works if you are looking for an agency to rep your music, the benefits of being on their playlists, why it is essential to upload WAV files and the necessity of having instrumental versions of your songs on Songtradr’s platform. Sponsors: Edenbrooke Productions - We offer consulting services and are offering listeners a 1-hour introductory special. To request more info on consulting services, email Marty at email@example.com. In this episode we talk about: *Founder and CEO of Songtradr*The difference in American and Australian music.*How Songtradr works.*How cover songs work on Songtradr’s platform.*The benefits of being on a Songtradr playlist.*Metadata issues.*You MUST upload WAV files.*You will not get a license with an MP3 file.*The best ways to get your music noticed on Songtradr.*The value of creating momentum.*The quality of production.*The importance of uploading instrumental files, stems and lyrics.*Ways to improve your chances of getting your music heard on Songtradr.*Make sure there’s an instrumental version.*www.songtradr.com BIO Paul is a music and technology entrepreneur with over 30 years experience across the music and media industries. An award winning record producer and songwriter having produced and/or composed music with sales in excess of 15,000,000 records including twelve number #1 albums and singles. Paul founded Songtradr in 2014 and after 2 years of development, the Songtadr platform officially launched in March 2016 and has since rapidly grown to service 250,000+ artists and music creators around the globe, licensing music to advertisers, brands, films, TV and other media. Extremely passionate about democratizing the music industry for all creatives, Paul works tirelessly on providing the tools, opportunity and access for the Songtradr community of artists, songwriters and composers.
Ep. 171 How I Raised It with Paul Wiltshire of Songtradr
How I Raised It - The podcast where we interview startup founders who raised capital.
Produced by Foundersuite.com, "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders who have raised capital. This episode is with Paul Wiltshire of Songtradr.com, a music licensing platform that helps artists and songwriters license and monetize their content.In this episode, Paul talks about how the music industry works, why he decided to raise only what the Company needed to hit incremental milestones, his largely Australian cap table, raising capital from a family office, and more. The Company most recently raised $30 million of Series C venture funding in a deal led by St. Baker Family Office.This is #1 of 3 this week in our "Music Tech" series. How I Raised It is produced by Foundersuite, makers of software to raise capital and manage investor relations. Foundersuite's customers have raised over $2.5 Billion since 2016.Create a free account at www.foundersuite.com
Founder and CEO of Songtradr, Inc, the Californian based music rights marketplace platform. Paul is a technology entrepreneur across the music and media industries with over 25 years experience. He is an award winning record producer and songwriter having produced and/or composed music with sales in excess of 15,000,000 units including twelve #1 albums and singles. Join The Portfolio Composer community and support the creation of the platform on Patreon. Just $1/month to enable the creation of more great content to help you build your career! Entrepreneur and song writer Paul Wiltshire discusses Songtradr, solving problems, and being pro-active in promoting your music. Help composers find the podcast by giving The Portfolio Composer a review on iTunes!
85. Paul Wiltshire - How to Buy, Sell, and License Music with Songtradr
Music Business Facts- with Rodney Holder
Paul Wiltshire has produced and composed music for a number of successful artists including The Backstreet Boys, Human Nature, Delta Goodrem, Guy Sebastian & Shannon Noll to name a few. He has also worked with hit-making production team “The Matrix” whose credits include Avril Lavigne, Korn and Hilary Duff). PAUL WILTSHIRE is also the CEO & founder of Songtradr, a marketplace platform for trading and licensing music rights. The platform solves the difficulties and problems associated with rights transactions and provides creators and owners with a single destination to manage their business. If you enjoyed this episode please let me know by getting in contact via the usual methods or email me at: Rodney@musicbusinessfacts.com Website: www.musicbusinessfacts.com Facebook: facebook.com/musicbusinessfacts Twitter: twitter.com/musicbizfacts