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How do I load artist roles?
Music stores show only some song credits. Besides the Primary Artist, most show only: Composer and Lyricist Featuring Artist Producer For these people to appear in the credits of your songs, you must upload their names and roles in the "Artist" field on each track on the Limbo Music platform. ** Important: ** Please write the name of each person exactly as it appears in the store. Example: if your Featuring Artist is "Andrés López" but in the stores his artist profile is "Andres Lopez"
Cover Image Rules
** The cover must be: ** Square. Minimum size 3000 x 3000 pixels, maximum 5000 x 5000 pixels. Format: jpg, tiff or png. RGB mode. Maximum 36Mb. ** The cover image can include only the following texts: ** Name of primary artist. Name of the release. Name and / or logo of the record label. Important: Any other text, regardless of the language it is in, will be considered by Quality Control as "Additional Information", which will cause the release not to be approved until t
Can I upload a cover?
A cover is your version of a song by another author. To distribute it in digital stores you must have a license. Currently, it is essential that you manage and present a "License for digital distribution" if the song you covered: is from an English-speaking artist, or It is by a Spanish-speaking artist but published by one of the labels called "Major": Sony, Warner, Universal. You can manage this license in the copyright management company of your country or on websites such as: https://w
Can I upload karaokes and tributes?
You can distribute karaokes and tributes but keeping in mind that the name of the original artist should NOT be in any artist field, neither at the track level nor at the album level. Don't use phrases like "Originally Performed by," "In the style of," "Tribute to," "Cover of," "Originally Performed By," "In the Style of," "Tribute to," or "Cover of." Karaoke or tribute albums must not be misleading or misleading. Don't use the original artist names as the album title or song title. Content
Can I use samples and distribute remixes?
You can distribute samples, mixes and remixes ** only of your own songs **. If your remix is of another artist's song or contains any part of another artist's original music, stores require that you present the express permission of the owner of the phonogram. Distributing a mix or remix is not the same as distributing a cover. In the case of a cover, you can buy the license. [How to upload a cover?] Obtaining rights to samples, mixes and remixes is difficult. You should be able to contact t
Upload the music in advance
All digital stores recommend uploading the music in advance. This has several benefits: Be taken into account by Spotify algorithmic Playlists like Discover Weekly and Release Radar of your listeners. If this is your first release, you will be able to check your Spotify artist profile (blue check mark) and edit it: add photo and bio before the music is released. See [this article] how to do it. Submit a song to Spotify Editorial Playlists. See [in this article] how to do it. Carry out
Audio file format
Audio files must have gone through a professional mastering process. Once you have loaded the audios, listen to them to make sure they are correctly uploaded using the "play" button on the player (top right of your screen). Accepted audio type and quality: .Flac or .wav format Minimum: 16 bit, 44.1 Khz, stereo. Recommended: 24 bits and 48Khz or 24 bits and 96Khz, stereo. Maximum silence time at the end of the tracks: 10 seconds. ☝Remember that you will NOT be able to add or remove trac