Symphonic Distribution has partnered with Sound Royalties to give artists, record labels, and more the opportunity to receive an advance for their next album, project, or artist signing without having to deal with credit issues while preserving all rights to the artist’s music.
Designed for musicians and record labels currently earning at least $5,000 in annual revenue, this program will allow you to apply to receive an advance without any of the hurdles associated with traditional financing.
– Get the funding you need, fast –
– Control your copyrights –
– 100% private and confidential. –
– Funding of $5,000+ available. –
Do I have to pay a fee to apply?
Will you buy my copyrights in perpetuity?
Do I earn enough royalties to work with you?
How quickly can I get my money?
What is the interest rate associated with this?
Sound Royalties offer a wide variety of financial arrangements to fit the individual needs of their customers. Because they structure most of their transactions as assignments rather than loans, they do not charge separate “interest” like a bank. The funds you receive from Sound Royalties may have fees and discount rates associated with them. The rate can be as low as 4% depending upon the amount of your royalties, the term of the transaction, and the investor risk associated with your transaction.
What if I have bad credit or IRS issues?
Do you offer non-100% recoupment options?
About Our Partner
Sound Royalties is a privately-owned specialty finance firm that helps music industry professionals fund personal and professional projects while allowing them to retain the rights to their music and royalties. To date, Sound Royalties has worked with a wide range of leading music industry professionals, including Grammy Award winners, platinum recording artists and notable music industry executives in every genre.
Control your copyrights! No catch added!
You get to retain the rights to your music while getting the upfront cash you need. But it gets even better, because royalty financing is structured so that you still receive income — not 100% recoupment as is typical in the industry.