1. Price category. You must choose between four price categories. This doesn't mean that the price will be the same in all channels, as they fix the final price according to the territory and sales currency. Categories just indicate the preferential range price for each individual release.
Here below the price categories:
- Budget: equivalent to an economical value or the most affordable.
- Mid: equivalent to an standard value or the most common.
- Full: equivalent to an superior higher than the standard price.
- Premium: equivalent to higher value, the most expensive.
2. Release dates. The release will be published to the channels according to the indicated date. In case that the release has been distributed before the indicated release date, it won't be public since the concrete date. In case the release is distributed after the indicated release date, it will be published from 2 to 10 days.
3. Licenses Type. You can choose between two principal licenses: Copyright or Creative Commons. Copyright implies the total rights protection, meanwhile Creative Commmons gets different license options depending on the artist interests (more info: http://creativecommons.org/).
To publish a release you have to indicate obligatorily:
- License Holder (C) Author name (or authors names) of the work or current copyright owner.
- Copyright for sound recordings (P) Publishing rights owner.
In the event of a group or band, where there are common rights, you must indicate the band name in both cases previously mentioned.
If you are a singer-songwriter, you can use your own name or the artist name you normally use.
These have to be always correctly written separated by commas, respecting capital and small letters. If you are an enterprise , you must indicate the respective fiscal identity name.
4. Territories. If you don't own the publishing rights in the entire world or you don't want your release available in all territories, you can choose it here.