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|posted: 4/25/2005 at 12:34:12 AM ET|
how can i publish my sheet music i made
|posted: 4/25/2005 at 11:23:56 AM ET|
Look for list of music publishing companies. There are many. One of the first things to do BEFORE submitting to publishers is this. Make a copy of what you are submitting and put in a folder and mail to yourself. That way the folder has a postmark date. This is a way of protecting yourself from copy-right violation. While it may not occur (but has) the publisher could reject your submission then a year or so later publish the music as thier own. If that happened you would have your post marked and dated music as proof that YOU wrote it. By the way, do not open the letter you send yourself.
|posted: 4/27/2005 at 7:43:16 PM ET|
I would suggest having your music copyrighted first. The last I heard, it costs about thirty five dollars (in the US)I like Maintubes suggestion about mailing a copy to yourself, very clever!
I am intwersted in learning to distinguish the difference between all the different musical key signiatures. Does your site contain any of this info, since I compose music, and don't have a good background in reading music? Thanks, Don
|posted: 4/27/2005 at 11:55:34 PM ET|
A composer (who has been published)told me this.