How do you get signed by Spinnin Records?
How To Send Your Music To Spinnin Records
- Step 1: Upload your Song To Soundcloud.
- Step 2 Submit your song to Spinning Records VIA Talent Pool.
- Step 3 Make It Into The Top 50.
- STEP 4 Keep Trying.
Is Spinnin Records music copyright free?
Our music is free to use for independent Creators and their UGC (User Generated Content) on Youtube & Twitch, and can even be monetized without running into a Content ID or copyright claim.
Does Tiesto own spinnin records?
Spinnin’ Records hosts several sub-labels including Spinnin’ Deep, Don Diablo’s HEXAGON, Tiësto’s Musical Freedom, Oliver Heldens’ Heldeep Records, Sander van Doorn’s DOORN Records, The Magician’s Potion and Blasterjaxx’s Maxximize.
What is spinnin talent pool?
The Talent Pool is a platform invented by Spinnin’ Records to solve the classic problem of sending your demo to a record label and ending in the huge pile of demos without any feedback.
How much does an EDM DJ make?
How much do EDM DJs make per gig? A single gig can get a regular/small DJ anywhere from $1,000 to $20,000. The bigger/more famous ones who are otherwise known as the highest-paid EDM DJs would get from $20,000 to $100,000. The worldwide ones like the top 10 – $100,000 to $2,000,000.
How much is spinnin records worth?
Spinnin’ Records is a Dutch electronic music record label founded in 1999 by Eelko van Kooten and Roger de Graaf. In September 2017, Warner Music Group acquired Spinnin’ Records for over $100 million.
Is spinnin records a good label?
Spinnin’ Records has won the award for ‘Best International Label’ at the 2017 Promo Only Summer Sessions Awards ceremony. The Dutch dance imprint beat out other renowned labels including Armada, Blackhole, Enhanced and Ministry of Sound at a special ceremony in Atlantic City, New Jersey last week.
Should I release demos?
Don’t release a demo This is not to say you shouldn’t record demos. Demos can be useful in evaluating and experimenting with your own music and can spread hype among die-hard fans, but they should not be something you release and promote to the public in order to attract new fans and label attention.