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Question for music industry pros ^^

Hello ^^

Quick question, I’m currently signed with a major publisher as a producer/composer/Writer. The idea of working through Fiverr on crazy random development projects sounds intriguing and fun!
however I’m afraid it may start some royalty issues with my publisher ( just speculating, no experience yet)

I was wondering how you guys handled royalty splits through fiverr productions
And is it even possible to work on fiverr or will my “real life” clients feel ripped off?

Best

Leo

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Fiverr doesn’t handle royalties.

You should examine the contract you have with your current publisher … and ask a lawyer. We can’t help you here.

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I don’t see why your employer would allow this.

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Yes Indeed I’ve read up a bit more and it really looks like i misunderstood what fiverr was all about sorry for wasting your guys’s time!

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Maybe once your contract expires, and if you have nothing else lined up, you can check back in. But, yeah, if you’re signed, there’s no reason to pursue freelancing.

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