NEOS-AI aims to increase the value of existing music catalogues, by releasing them in compilations that reach 30+ digital music marketplaces worldwide. The purpose is not only to maximize revenues but also to increase exposure which could lead to grand business opportunities. The process consists in few simple steps, uploading your catalogue into our system, have compilations generated from them and start earning.
You’ll be getting paid for all streaming/downloads royalties generated for the past 90 days from the official release date of each album, until the end of its quarter. Below you can see an example of the quarterly accounting.
Quarter 1 = January–March (Payout in mid May)
Quarter 2 = April-June (Payout mid August)
Quarter 3 = July-September (Payout in mid November)
Quarter 4 = October-December (Payout in mid February of the following year)
*Payments will be issued electronically via PayPal.
No, this isn’t a service, it’s a partnership between Catalogue Owners (Labels) and Music Distributors.
No, our distribution is strictly digital.
No, all images, text used pass through CQ and curation after its creation to guarantee that no inappropriate content.
No, all labels have their own individual releases, mainly for curation purposes, so that every track on each release is equivalent in quality.
Is there a limit of compilations to be released per catalogue?
Will the same song be used multiple times in different releases?
There are no genre or language restrictions, as long as the proper information is given on it’s metadata.
Compilations can take up to 30 tracks, but many aspects are taken into consideration when it comes to that, to ensure the most quality and commercial success of each release.
In order to have any music released, marketplaces require metadata for each track in your catalogue, which essentially is, title, artist, genre, composer, author, respectively.
There have been instances where we were able to retrieve metadata from audio files, but each case is unique.
Yes, your compilations will be released according to the geo restrictions mentioned in your license agreement.
That is possible, but it has to be done with moderation and proper reasoning, since it can affect the label’s reputation.
Absolutely not, adding new releases of the same catalogue only increases the chances for songs to generate more revenues, since it will be finding new audiences through different timing and curation releases.
Catalogue/Record Label owners and Music Distributors we do not deal with individuals/artists directly, all partners must have at least 5K tracks to be eligible.
No, unfortunately, Karaoke versions will not be accepted.
- At least 120 seconds in length.
- In .WAV format.
- With 24-bit/44.1kHz.
If the tracks are available in inferior quality such as .MP3 format, our system is able to upgrade these to fit the requirements.