So we are a non-exclusive music licensing company. Just the same as many many others, but what does “non-exclusive” really mean? Well the big plus-side of being non-exclusive is that you can literally get your music out there, to anyone. You can register with as many of us non-exclusive companies as you like, and they all give you a great platform to promote your music to advertising agency creatives & producers and music supervisors for TV & Film yourself. This is without doubt fantastic. It means you can literally put your songs and repertoire in many many places and have many many many good and wonderful people suggesting your music to other supervisors and agencies.
So as an artist (which our clever web-algorithm has detected you are!!) there's really no reason not to sign with us whilst awaiting that gold plated shiny record deal from the majors. Even if we were really bad. Like truly awful, only landed one digital sync a year, type bad. Thats still a measley 80 GBP you're still in the running for ;) HOWEVER, lets talk a very briefly about how wonderful we actually are. Three headlines as follows; We're totally open, you can see our licensing model and whre the money goes, split between A&R, Catalogue & Review and our Creative Partners who have relationships with the movers and shakers in the music supervision world, top ad agencies and cutting edge trailer houses.You can leave at any time, and our simple licencing agreement clearly outlines how there is no delay in removing your music from contention (with the exception of your music being actually under consideration) and thirdly, through our "Matrix Licensing System" you set your own prices and on what media. Even on a per-song-basis, so you can have a range to suit the many but cheap client base without devaluing your premium works. Bottom line, with Echo you're in complete control. We started as a collective of musicians ourselves and so have artist rights at the heart of everything we do. Use us to get where you want to go and start gettign your music discovered today.