At Universal Sounds we believe in the importance of allowing musical artists to share their musical creations with the world. That is why we encourage all musical artists to work with us and together we can build a unique library of music and sounds. This gives our users access to a catalogue of music to use across their projects and provides you with the potential to have your music showcased on these projects and be suitably rewarded. Universal Sounds' founders have always shared a passion for music and, in fact, that is where the journey began as music producers. We therefore wanted to connect with artists from around the world to create the ultimate musical diversity catalogue. We want artists to gain wide exposure and be fairly paid for their creations, whilst providing our users with a wide range of choice, giving them confidence that whatever project they are working on, we have the sounds they are looking for. For music creators, the music you submit will always be yours and you will retain full rights to your creations. This means at any time, you can request for your music to be removed from our website.
We accept both Exclusive and Non-exclusive music, so we can build towards our goal of creating the most diverse and unique palette of sounds available, to suit any project our users are working on. We actively encourage more exclusive music in our pursuit of this goal, so we offer a higher percentage earning rate for these musical submissions.
Things to check before you upload:
- You own the full rights to the music
- You can provide the music in both MP3 and WAV formats
- You can provide your own cover art (this will be displayed against all your music on the site)
- Your tracks/songs submitted are not registered in any content identification system, for example YouTube content ID or similar content ID systems
- Your tracks are not available for free to download elsewhere
- Your tracks are not listed for use on a platform that has registered, or may register, your content for digital monetisation or copyright protection