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Ep 100! Spotify Playlists, Sync Licensing, Release Strategy (Ari Q&A Part 3)

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Ep 100! Spotify Playlists, Sync Licensing, Release Strategy (Ari Q&A Part 3)

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In honor of our 100th episode celebration, Ari will be answering more of your music industry questions! If you’d like to submit to our future round of questions, please sign up to our email list.

03:25 How do I approach releasing my new single so it gets more recognition?
12:49 How do I release the same single with multiple versions?
17:20 If I’m changing the lyrics of a previously released song, how do I go about re-releasing it?
19:32 What is the standard rate between an artist and a sync licensing agency?
22:03 Do my co-writers need to sign off on a sync deal?
26:58 How can I get direct contact to a music supervisor that is soliciting material?
30:08 What recording capability do I need for Ari’s Take Academy?
31:40 What will Spotify do if you land on a botted playlist through no fault of your own?

Edited and mixed by Maxton Hunter
Music by Brassroots District
Produced by the team at Ari’s Take

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Ari Herstand
Ari Herstand is a Los Angeles based musician, the founder and CEO of Ari’s Take and the author of How to Make It in the New Music Business.

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