You have a passion for music. Your music. Naturally, you want a recording studio that gets your vision. The problem is figuring out how to share your music with the world. That’s where Demo My Song comes in. We work with you via the internet or in person to produce and promote your songs, or even just lyrics. We produce the music for you and distribute your work across the globe.
Songwriting is our speciality. Send us your lyrics or poems and we’ll co-write the music.
Have a hook or melody for a song but no music? Send us your “scratch” vocal and we’ll co-write and produce the track.
Already have a fully written song that could be better? Let us take a look “under the hood.”
Some artists may prefer to own all the copyright to the music we produce, in which case we are happy to send you a Work For Hire Agreement stating you own 100% of both the copyright to the song as well as the master recording.
Any artist who collaborates with our recording studio can apply to co-publish a song with our label, 5050songs. If selected we will create original album artwork to accompany your release, and distribute the song on 90+ music stores, iTunes and more. We will also seek licensing opportunities for your music in tv and film. To apply to co-publish a song with us, choose the co-publishing option when submitting your order. Applying for co-publishing is free.
We absolutely love the tune! It sounds great!! This is by far the best experience I’ve had working at a recording studio so far. Thanks for the support!
“I sent my lyrics and a sample (vocal) to Demo My Song to be set to music.I could not believe my ears! I was very pleased with the outcome of the song. I played it so many times because it’s just awesome.”
“This was a really great experience for me. Trystan and his staff re-did songs I wrote years ago and turned them into something I can really be proud of. I also love the fact that they will help promote your music (by putting it on iTunes).”
Yes. We are songwriters. And we’d be delighted to help you write a song. You can send us just your lyrics or a vocal melody to work from. Or send us a song that needs material written such as a new melody, lyric, or hook.
Absolutely. If you have a firm idea of how you want your song to sound, let us know and we will do our very best to help you achieve your vision.
Yes. First we record all the instrumental tracks for you. Then you can either come to our studio in person or we will send you a mix for recording your vocals in a professional studio that is convenient for you. You may send us back your vocal tracks (as raw unprocessed wav files) and we will create the mix and final master.
You can market the song as you wish OR you can co-publish with us and we will master the song, create original artwork, and release it as a single on 90+ websites including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora, and more.
You decide. We offer two agreements types: Co-Publishing Agreements (50/50 copyright split) or Work For Hire Agreements (you get 100% of the rights). When you co-publish your songs we also provide mastering, album artwork, and distribution via iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more (90+ sites).
There are a number of ways in which a songwriter can get paid for their work. If you opt to co-publish a song with us you will receive a report of sales along with a check for your share of profits twice a year. Additionally, We suggest you join a performing rights organization (ASCAP, BMI, or SESAC) so that you can also collect all your songwriter royalties.
Our normal turnaround time is about 2-3 weeks.
Yes, you can break up the cost to produce a song in as many payments as you would like. Please note however, that we don’t begin production until the project is paid in full.
Our studio engineers, producers, and musician all deserve to get paid for their time. If we produce the song for you and you don’t like it, we are not in a position to offer a refund but instead, we will perform one full round of revisions (up to an entire re-do if needed) without additional charge.
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