Can I Sell My Music in Other Stores Apart from the Ones You Distribute To?

Yes. RouteNote is a non-exclusive agreement. Artists keep control of their rights and they are able to sell wherever they want.

Facebook going legal for music with Sony/ATV deal following Universal

Facebook have signed a new deal with Sony/ATV that brings them closer to a working music copyright system. Sony/ATV have signed a licensing agreement with Facebook following Universal signing a multi-year deal with the social…

YouTube blocked music in Finland after licensing deal breaks down

YouTube is one of the top places to go for music online, but for Finnish users lots of music was blocked thanks to a licensing mishap. YouTube and music have a sometimes rocky relationship and…

Warner Music work with Mixcloud to monetise online indie radio

British radio streamers Mixcloud have signed a massive deal with Warner that will license Warner Music Group music for use on their radio shows. Mixcloud and Warner Music Group have signed a deal that enters…

Spotify and Sony put behind conflict and sign major deal

Another major label has come to and signed a deal with Spotify cementing their music licenses and making a Spotify IPO more likely. Spotify have spent the past couple years negotiating with the major labels,…

Cartoonist Transforms iTunes Terms and Conditions

A cartoonist has written the entire iTunes Terms and Conditions into a beautifully designed graphic novel. Robert Sikoryak is an illustrator who can completely emulate the styles of comic book cartoons and has become famed for…

Is my Agreement and Relationship with RouteNote Exclusive?

No. Registering your songs with RouteNote does not inhibit your ability to get signed to a label. RouteNote will never prevent you from doing anything you want with your music. For YOUR sake, please note:…

eMusic Adds Sony to Their Music Store But Reactions Have Been Terrible

A few days ago it was reported that eMusic has come to a deal with Sony to add their catalogue. However, there has been a lot of reaction from this new deal for eMusic, because…