Changes to the subscription payment methods

LabelEngine 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 …

Label Engine & Plug.dj present Hirshee & Ryan Enzed Oct 24

LabelEngine Events

If you guys are still not familiar with plug.dj, plug.dj is a real-time social media experience combining music and video discovery in a fun and interactive online environment, complete with dancing avatars to match people’s personalities. In September we hosted the first event to great success, over 1,200 of you joined us throughout the 4 hours the event went for and because …

Accounting Basics – Allocating Royalties

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The allocation screen can be a little daunting when you first use it, however it really is very straightforward. When a lot of labels begin using their system they think that we will automatically be able to do their accounts for them, however this unfortunately is not the case and it can require a substantial investment of time get things …

Accounting Basics – Templates

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As your label grows, you will notice that you have more and more royalties to allocate each quarter. To speed up the allocation of royalties you can use Label Engine’s template system. Templates are used to specify what percentage of an original track goes to the original artist(s), what percentage goes to other companies, and what percentage goes to the …

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

LabelEngine 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 …

Job Opening – Programmer/Developer

LabelEngine Jobs

The growing team of Label Engine is looking for a reliable and self motivated computer programmer to join our ranks. Label Engine is a digital distribution/promotion/accounting web based software company, our main focus is to provide the most innovative features to our users. The candidate must have knowledge of php, html, javascript, mysql, Dance Music/EDM enthusiast a plus. If you …

Traxsource “Daily Sales Updates” Now Available

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We’ve added Traxsource to the list of stores that we read in daily sales data from – this information will be presented to our distribution customers each time they login along with their sales data from Beatport, Itunes and Juno.

Import Releases from Baseware or FUGA

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We’ve added a great new way to add your releases into Label Engine. Release data can now be imported by uploading xml files in Baseware or FUGA format. Alternatively, by uploading the folder created by the Baseware remote, or a folder created according to the FUGA specification, to your FTP dropbox, the release will be created automatically and tracks and …

Accounting Basics – Uploading Royalty Statements

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A royalty statement is a list of the royalties you have received from a store or your distributor that lists how many copies of each of your label’s tracks and releases have been sold, and how much money is due to you from each sale. As a label, it is your responsibility to calculate how much each individual artist is …