ORIGINAL, VINTAGE JAZZ INSTRUMENTALS that were RECORDED in the 1970's are needed by a Music Library with a ton of credits in Feature Films, TV Shows, and TV Commercials.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT NOTE: Please include the Year your Instrumentals were recorded in the lyric section of the WENTCO submission form! You MUST provide us with the year the recordings were made if you'd like to be considered for this request. Failure to do so will result in your music being AUTOMATICALLY returned – sorry, folks, NO EXCEPTIONS.
This Library is searching for authentic recordings in All Tempos in the general ballpark of the following references:
Please send vintage recordings of original (no covers) Jazz Instrumentals that were recorded between 1970 and 1979. Creative melodies, engaging rhythms, accomplished musicianship and performances (nothing pitchy or out-of-time!), and masterful arrangements are all required for this request. Your submissions should have polished production and instrumentation that is genre and era-appropriate.
The recording quality is not expected to be on par with today’s Broadcast Quality! Good demos and master recordings are all of interest to this company!
NOTE: They DO NOT want material that was recently recorded and made to sound old. They can ONLY use AUTHENTIC, ORIGINAL, VINTAGE RECORDINGS, and only if the sound quality is reasonably good. It doesn't have to be super hi-fi, but reasonably good, well-balanced recordings and mixes are needed.
This Company offers a NON-Exclusive, 50/50 deal. You’ll get 50% of any applicable sync fees and 100% of the Writer’s share. The Publisher will get 50% of any sync fees and 100% of the Publisher’s share. There is also a possibility that this Library could offer a buyout of the Master and Publishing rights. You must own or control your Master and Composition to submit to this pitch. Please send as many Instrumentals as you’d like, online or per CD. All submissions will be screened and critiqued by WENTCO. Submissions must be received no later than 11:59 PM (PDT) on Sunday, SEPT 18th, 2022.