Live chat - Get expert advice on music publishing & sync from Sentric Music

Blog by Louise Dodgson under Music Publishing

Feeling flummoxed when it comes to music publishing? Not sure what it is? What it includes? Or how you can get started claiming your royalties and adding value to your songs? Then hold tight!

On Tuesday 25th October between 1pm-2pm we’ll be doing a live Q&A with industry experts Sentric Music who can answer all of your questions and will be able to clear up all your quibbles.

In the second of The Unsigned Guide’s Ask An Expert live Q&A sessions you’ll be able to ask those questions that are all important to your music career and get direct, helpful answers from an experienced music industry professional. 

Sentric Music are an independent music publisher, offering songwriters a comprehensive, artist friendly, publishing platform that allows them to protect their music around the world and collect the royalties owed to them every time their songs are streamed, downloaded, performed live, broadcast, sold or used online, without having to give up their copyright. 

They help their members add further value to their songs through synchronisation, brand partnerships and live performance/broadcast opportunities. 

With offices in Liverpool, London, New York, Hamburg and Amsterdam Sentric Music are committed to providing songwriters with a service that offers real value and fits today’s music industry landscape.

James Cherry is the Live Performance Manager at Sentric Music and will be online to discuss your music publishing and sync related questions on Tuesday 18th October between 1-2pm. 

The live Q&A will take place in the comments section below this blog. Just login to your Facebook profile and comment on the day. Alternatively, you can tweet us your questions in advance to @UnsignedGuide or email to [email protected] who will post them on your behalf during the live chat.

Click here for more information about Sentric Music 



Music publishing questions answered by Sentric Music


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