Licensing Hub for Verifying Cover Eligibility
An idea for the growing cover/arranger market: 1-Stop Page or Service to check a cover song can be licensed and distributed by Soundrop. A page or Soundra-incorporated question hub to check EasySongLicensing (or other relevant databases) with significant confidence before Soundrop Artists produce and/or release cover music to answer the common question of "Is this song eligible for licensing, through a released CD in the U.S" or similar qualifications. The anime and video game music scene is heavily reliant on asking Soundrop staff or each other for hearsay or less-organized data to ensure covers are licensed, and a center to answer this question could help centralize the info and encourage licensing through Soundrop itself.
Link Instagram Music with Instagram Profile
Kindly add this feature to link an artist's Instagram profile with artist's Instagram music delivered to Instagram using Soundrop. This will help the artist to help him/her grow their audience in Instagram. Urgent need for me because my instrumental cover delivered through Soundrop to Instagram is TRENDING but my audience are not able to see my Instagram profile directly from Instagram music.
Automatically fix small problems during processing stage
If there is an issue with with the metadata during processing (such as incorrect genre selected or something else that can be easily rectified) then Soundrop should simply correct the issue and ask us to approve the changes before moving it on to the licensing stage. Currently, the entire release gets pulled out of the queue until we manually fix it, causing unnecessary delays.
Use balance to pay the distribution fee
Allow using my balance to pay the $0.99 distribution fee for processing.
Wait for Support Agent
I would love if I could send a message in the live support chat at any time and be notified when an agent responds
New fee to retain 100% of royalties
We currently earn 85% of royalties by paying $0.99 per track. It would be great if we could keep 100% royalties on the most successful songs, paying $10 per track.