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About Contributors royalty free music zealand
Are you a talented Kiwi musician?. Can you write and record your own music? Would you like to earn cash for your creations? If you answered yes to these questions, we invite you to become a contributor to RFMNZ

How does it work?
How much will I earn?
How do I get paid?
What about copyright?
What kind of music are you looking for?
How do I send you the tracks?
What file formats do you need?
What's the signup process?

royalty free music zealand How does it work?
Put as simply as possible, you send us your creations, we add them to our catalogue and every time someone buys your track, you earn money.

royalty free music zealand How much will I earn?
As a contributor you earn money in two ways;

Firstly, as owner of the track you get 25% of the track price - less any promotion or wholesale discounts.

Secondly, contributors automatically become affiliate members of RFMNZ and you can earn an additional 6% (the normal rate is 4%)on not only your own tracks, but ANY tracks purchased using your affiliate number. For more information about the affiliate programme, visit this page

royalty free music zealand How do I get paid?
At the end of each month, we process all the orders and if any of your tracks have been sold, we tally up the total. Once you earnings are over $10 we will either send you a cheque or direct deposit your earnings into your bank account via internet banking.

royalty free music zealand What about copyright?
You retain full copyright to each track you submit. Neither Royalty Free Music New Zealand or its customers have any claim to the copyright of your creations.

Customers who purchase your tracks are buying the right to use only that version of the recording and must agree to specific terms of use before being allowed to buy your tracks from us. You can view the terms and conditions here.

royalty free music zealand What kind of music are you looking for?
Just about anything - so long as it's an original composition of yours (that does not contain elements that are copyrighted to anyone else) or is a cover of a song that is no longer in copyright.

We want instrumental music - not songs with lyrics. These tracks can be:

- Any genre or style
- Any length
- Complex or really simple
- Your version of classical works no longer in copyright
- Your version of any cover song that is no longer in copyright

royalty free music zealand How do I send you the tracks?
We have a special area for contributors where you can upload and manage your files at any time. When we sign you up we will create a special area for you that includes access to free sound editing tools, help files and a track information form that you need to fill out for each track you upload.

royalty free music zealand What file formats do you need?
You will need to supply tracks in either of two formats:
1/ Stereo WAV files
2/ Stereo 320 kbit MP3's

royalty free music zealand What's the signup process?
1/ Firstly you need to contact us
2/ We will get in touch with you and discuss what it is you have to offer and request samples
3/ We will then send you a contributor agreement form
4/ Once we receive this form, we will set you up in the contributor management area and enrol you as an affiliate member. Login and password information will be emailed to you
5/ Login to the contributor management software and start uploading your tracks.
6/ Login to your affiliate management page and select the linking code for your website
Note: Once you login you can change your username and password to suit yourself

royalty free music zealand Still have a question? Contact us

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