Licensing Section Updated

DJ Lazy Rich Accounting, Updates

For those with accounting or full subscription, as well as our distribution customers, our Licensing section has been updated to speed up the allocation of royalties from Licenses. From the Licensing page under Accounts you will be able to enter details of each 3rd party release that your tracks are included in – you are now able to enter the …

Royalty Streaming Categorization Added

DJ Lazy Rich Accounting, Updates

We’ve updated the accounting system to distinguish between downloads and streaming sales, allowing you to provide more accurate data to your artists, and to specify different allocations for streaming sales. Splits now include the option of specifying whether they apply to downloads, streaming or both, meaning our accounts subscription customers can set pre-allocations for each to automatically handle each type …

Grooveshark added to our store network

Label Engine Updates

We are pleased to announce we have added Grooveshark to our growing network of stores. Grooveshark With more than 35 million music fans, Grooveshark is one of the largest online community of music lovers. Giving fans access to music they love while providing new ways for artists to promote, distribute, and monetize their music online. Visit Grooveshark Follow us on twitter …

You can now upload your .flac and .aiff audio files

Label Engine Updates

We have now added the option for users to be able to upload .flac and .aiff audio files to our system. We understand a lot of people use those codecs these days so we wanted to make sure you didn’t have a hard time having to re-bounce or re-save files to meet the .wav usual standard. If you have any …

Google Play added to our store network

Label Engine Updates

We are pleased to announce that Google Play (also known as Google Music) is now a part of our growing network of stores. Since its introduction to the market in early 2011, Google Music (Now a part of Google Play) has naturally become one of the forefront destinations for fans to discover new music via their Android Phones and the web, with …

New “Support” feature added, making it easier than ever to let us know of any issues with your release.

Label Engine Updates

We have now introduced the new “Support” section for our distributed labels to easily report/submit tickets about any errors spotted in stores or missing releases. Although our system makes it possible for you to submit your releases as error-free as possible, we understand labels are managed by humans and mistakes can happen at any time. We can say the same …

iTunes and Beatport’s Holidays delivery schedule and shutdown

Label Engine Updates

As you know we are now getting very close to the end of the year holidays, we have received information from both, iTunes and Beatport on when they will be closed and by when you guys need to submit the releases in order to appear live on time. Please read this and keep it in mind ahead of your Thanksgiving …

Potential Delays with iTunes releases

Label Engine Updates

Due to a pricing error by iTunes that has delayed the launch of iTunes 11 that was supposed to happen this week, we are experiencing delays on releases going live on time. We are working with Apple to make sure all releases go live as soon as possible but please keep in mind it’s not in our hands anymore. We …

Changes to the subscription payment methods

Label Engine Updates

In an effort to better control our subscription accounts and to prevent high accumulative fees from stacking up in your account, we have made some changes on how the system for subscriptions will work, effective immediately. Unless you add additional credit, subscriptions will now end automatically after the three month subscription period has completed. Don’t worry, all of your uploaded data will …

Important: iTunes won’t accept profanity in Covers/Tracks

Label Engine Updates

iTunes has been on a strict rampage of not accepting releases with profanity anymore, so if you don’t wish to miss out on having your release in this important store, we advise you to comply to their rules. Apple/iTunes will not allow artwork and track title’s with profanity in the title, so in order for it to be approved you need …