Go to the page here
Fill in the login fields;
enter your email;
create a password to enter the site;
press the send button;
To simplify the registration procedure, you can register on the site using social networking accounts. To do this, click on the icon of any social network from the registration form or in the left block on any page.
In the future, it will be enough for you to repeatedly press the buttons of social networks to enter the site without entering a password.
Registration on the site extends the capabilities of the site user.
We list some of them.
1. Аccess to user’s personal page
2. The ability to leave comments
3. Participate in the discussion forum
4. Publish articles
5. Exchange personal messages with other users of the site.
6. Download free sounds
7. Buy premium music and enjoy premium services.
The rating on the site shows your usefulness to the community and what role you play in the community.
for the proposed news from -1 to +1 from everyone who rated your publication
per comment when you create it +1
also if the user liked your comment or post on the forum +1 rating for each person who rated
If you encounter a message like the following
ERROR: Authorization failed because your IP address is blocked. Please contact the administrator.
This can happen if the password is entered incorrectly many times.
In this case, contact the administrator through the contact form of the site.
Go to the page here
Enter your login or email, click send.
An email should come to your email with a link allowing you to generate a new password, then follow the instructions.
- Apple Music / iTunes
- YouTube (incl. Content ID & YouTube Music)
- Facebook & Instagram
- TikTok / Bytedance
- Google Play
- What People Play
- Tencent, Alibaba, and NetEase (China)
- VK, Yandex (Russa)
- Saavn (India)
Mastering is the final step of audio post-production. The purpose of mastering is to balance sonic elements of a stereo mix and optimize playback across all systems and media formats. Traditionally, mastering is done using tools like equalization, compression, limiting and stereo enhancement.
There is some debate of whether or not sending music into a professional mastering studio is a necessity. If the mix does not need any modifying : it is at a perfect volume level, fades are well done, EQ is consistent throughout, compression is right on, etc.; then there is no need for mastering.
Allow 6dB of headroom. It encourages generally sane levels throughout the mix, it prevents any risk of inter-sample clipping and you still have masses of signal-to-noise ratio at 24-bit – and, plenty at 16 bits too, assuming you dither correctly.
Emphasize or reduce frequencies to improve the overall mix. Fix problematic frequencies and improve imbalances missed in the mixing process. Create tonal balance, so there is an even distribution of frequencies. Manage dynamics, control transient spikes, and glue tracks
The Right Music Records label runs on SoundSystem, Proton’s
management distribution platform for electronic music labels.
Your contract can be easily signed without paper or postage. All
you need is a Proton account. If you don’t have one yet, then you
can register for free. After you open a new account in Proton Soundsistem you will need confirmation from our label.
So you can sign contracts and take full advantage of the author’s account.
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Podcast Channels must be RSS 2.0 compliant and have a podcast image size of at least 1400 x 1400 pixels, in JPG or PNG format, and in RGB color spaces.
For efficient use of networking bandwidth when distributing podcasts, the audio content is typically encoded or compressed in a lossy format like AAC or MP3 yielding significant file size reductions. The ratios of the uncompressed to the compressed file sizes are in the order of 10 to 16.
Although MP3 is the most commonly used format for audio podcasts, we strongly recommend using AAC over MP3. Today, there are no technical limitations which would preclude an AAC podcast to be played back on any device. When choosing AAC, we recommend the use of MP4 formats over the ADTS format. ADTS can have streaming usage but doesn’t allow for accurate seeking, whereas the MP4 file format does.
This compression process might introduce audible artifacts if the sample rate (expressed in kilohertz, kHz), the number of channels, and bit rate (expressed in kilobits per second, kbps) tradeoffs aren’t correctly selected. Smaller bit rates will result in smaller files which will be transmitted faster and more efficiently but can generate audible artifacts that won’t be recoverable at the decoding or playback stage. Larger bits, will result in larger files and in an increased audio quality, will require more bandwidth for transmission. The best compromise is to select the appropriate bit rate given the sample rate and the number of channels of the content to be encoded. Alternatively, if the bit rate is constrained, the signal might have to be pre-conditioned. To do so, either reduce the sample rate, for example, 48 to 24 kHz or, reduce the number of channels from stereo to mono, or both.
The table below summarizes the recommended bit rate ranges from the most commonly used sample rates and channel configurations. These bit rates apply to both the AAC and MP3 formats. For the same bit rate, AAC will result in better audio quality.
Number of channels
22.05 / 24 kHz
44.1 / 48 kHz
40 – 80 kbps
64 – 128 kbps
80 – 160 kbps
128 – 256 kbps
Please provide us your 590×404 pixel sized artist jpg and your english bio directly via:
UPC | EAN | ISRC
UPC / EAN : Universal Product Code or European
Article Number is found on physical releases as well as barcode.
ISRC: The International Standard Recording Code
ISRC enables recordings to be uniquely and permanently identified. ISRC helps to avoid ambiguity and simplifies the management of rights when recordings are used across different formats, distribution channels or products. The ISRC for a recording remains a fixed point of reference when the recording is used across different services, across borders, or under different licensing deals.
How it works?
The structure (syntax) of ISRC comprises 12 alphanumeric characters, which should be presented with the 4-character prefix ‘ISRC’ when displayed in printed form.
Copyright info and Phonograph Info:
Any copyright information which is associated with a track (company name or other holder rights) Example: Right Music Records, HU
℗ Phonograph Info
© Copyright info