Can the Guild of International Songwriters & Composers give advice on music publishing how to get my songs published?
A Yes. many songwriters and composers are unable to gain a music publishing deal due to the fact that their song or instrumental theme has only minor or no commercial value and no amount of promotion or auditioning will make it succeed. The song or instrumental theme could be unsuitable for many different reasons, i.e. bad structure, weak lyrics on a good melody, good lyrics on a weak melody, badly recorded, or quite simply sent to the wrong outlet. Your songs may be singer/songwriter songs suitable only for your own use, plans, recording, gigging and exploitation in the first instance through any record deal you obtain and may, therefore, not have any commercial value for a music publisher to sign in respect to promoting and exploiting just the song. The Guild of International Songwriters & Composers can help its songwriting members in many areas of identifying weakness, lack of commercial value in their songs/compositions and advise on market direction. The Guild of International Son
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