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Airplay Promotion

By admin, 2018-09-02
Airplay Promotion

Our Radio Broadcast is syndicated to various stations both in the UK and USA it is owned by our record company Soundblitz Records. If your tracks are good and we like them we will add them to our playlist. We broadcast 24/7/365, we make no charge to add tracks to our playlist and by the same token we do not pay royalties on airplay. We have found however that an artist gets noticed more and this increases their popularity.

We would require the track to have an ISRC code. Please supply the ISRC code if you submit a request for us to add your track(s) to our playlist.

If you do not have an ISRC code we can supply one to you for £10 ($13 USD) You can purchase here:

Information We require: Date of Recording. Place Of Recording. Featured Artist. Composer. Rights Owner.


We allow a limited amount of Airplay Promotion on our Radio Broadcast.

The promotion we allow at the moment consists of the following:-

We will allow a promotion for a track to have Heavy Rotation this means the track will be played at least 144 plays within a 24 hour period. We do not allow the same track to have Heavy Rotation more than once in a 7 day period.

The cost of the Airplay Promotion is just £10 GBP (approx $13 USD) Purchase Here

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Record Deal for an Elvis Presley impersonator

Soundblitz Records an Independent UK Record Label are looking for a really good Elvis Presley impersonator. We have a record deal for such a person. One of our Professional Songwriters has written a song that we feel Elvis would have recorded if he had not passed away. To Audition for this please create a Free Tribute Act Account at :- Upload your audio tracks, photo and any YouTube video's you may have. Please read the Documentation this will explain how to do these things. Within a few days we will add the soundtrack, demo and lyrics of the song to your account.

If anyone would like to share this post with their favourite Elvis please do so. Thanks.

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About Us

By admin, 2018-08-28
About Us is owned and operated by our Independent Record Label Soundblitz Records. Some of the artists featured on this site are signed to our labels, we also market some of them under our first label You can find them on all Premier Digital Download sites such as iTunes and Amazon etc and on streaming sites such as Napster and Spotify and lots of others worldwide.

However this site was created to allow the Artist to earn a bigger slice of the cake, instead of the retailer earning the bulk of the revenue from the Artist efforts, we have reversed this trend. Now an Artist can sell their digital downloads and keep all the revenue with the exception of a small Paypal transaction fee and in return for a small annual subscription to the site.

Users of the site can also benefit from our Radio Station that broadcasts worldwide, is syndicated to various other sites and transmits 24/7/365 90% of the music is Country and very little chat. (Why spoil a good song chatting?) If we like an Artist that has joined we will add them to our playlist. No charges are made.

We welcome any feedback, especially if it could impove our site and the user experience.

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By admin, 2018-08-28

Artists -Songwriters
We will give you the tools to promote yourselves,
and we will give you them Free

Recording Studios
We will let you advertise on our site Free -
It will help our Artists and Songwriters Find You

Fans - Listeners - Followers
We will let you have your own Website within Free

Just create your Free account and open up a whole new world

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Understanding ISRC Codes

By admin, 2018-08-27
Understanding ISRC Codes

Do You Need An ISRC Code?

By admin, 2018-08-27

Do You Need An ISRC Code?

Understanding ISRC Codes

A system is in place to allow artists to track sales and radio playback.

The attempt here is to help save you some of your valuable time by providing the information you need to know in order get the most out of the ISRC system. The purpose of this article is to focus first on the 'need to know' information. The articles that follow will expand on that overview with the details that are necessary for a deeper understanding of how all this works. With this overview in mind, you should know what to expect and how to go about the process of acquiring and using your ISRCs.

In order to begin, we must start by giving some very basic facts about the ISRC system and what its purpose is:

ISRC stands for International Standard Recording Code

The system was designed as a way of uniquely identifying recordings.

Each recording or version of a recording must be assigned a unique code.

Each code is a unique 12 digit number.

Codes can be obtained from 3 basic sources, directly from an ISRC Manager or from a music service provider from this site.

The code must be burned into the recording.

It is your responsibility to provide the code information when distributing your recordings.

The code can be used to track sales and radio station play.

The code can be used by performing rights societies to track usage for paying performance royalties.

There is much more information that is necessary to know before you can begin to utilize this system, but that was a basic overview. The next step will get us a little deeper into the process. From there, you can use the links at the bottom of this page to get more detailed information about each step if you desire.

     Utilizing ISRC Codes

The process for utilizing ISRC codes is made up of 2 basic steps:

Determine whether you need ISRC codes.

Learn how to acquire codes and assign them to your recordings                                                                                 

                                                       Step one: Do I need ISRC codes for my recordings?

ISRC codes are not necessary for everyone. The only recordings that need ISRC codes are ones that will be released for public consumption. If you plan to distribute, sell, or use your recordings for radio play and promotional purposes, then the ISRC system will help you to track the sales and radio play of your recordings. The codes are only necessary for the final release version of your song. If the recording is primarily for personal use like a demo, rehearsal recording or a rough mix then getting a code will not be necessary. ISRCs are designed for tracking publicly released recordings.

The technical definition of a recording is the final stereo, mono or surround release version of the song, not the multitrack recording. Only the final mixes (recordings) of a song would require the use of a code. One song may have many recordings associated with it. For example: the same song may have a mix for the CD release, a shortened version for radio play, a remix version, an unplugged version, an a-cappella version, an instrumental version, etc.. Each version of the song will require its own unique code so that the sales, radio play and usage can be tracked individually.

A simple way to look at this is to ask one simple question, Is this being released for public consumption? If the answer is yes, then an ISRC code will be a helpful resoure

Step 2: How do I acquire ISRCs for my recordings?

ISRC codes can be purchased by 3 different methods. The number of recordings you need codes for and the amount of responsibility you are willing to take on for their management will determine what is the best method for you. As stated earlier, codes can be obtained from 3 basic sources: directly from an ISRC Manager or from a music service provider. This Site

Method 1: Purchase codes directly from your national ISRC Agency.

Keep in mind that signing up to become an ISRC Registrant also has the responsibilities of detailed record keeping and reporting to the RIAA the codes you have assigned. Starting from the date you become an approved Registrant by the RIAA, you will be given the ability to assign ISRCs up until September 1st of each year. The ability to assign codes to your recordings will then expire and you will need to pay an additional fee for the right to continue assigning codes even if you have not used your allotment.

Method 2: Find an ISRC manager to assign codes for you. This may be a better choice for a songwriter or artist that does not want the responsibility of record keeping or reporting and has a limited amount of material that is produced on a yearly basis. provides ISRC management services, click here

Soundblitz Records can issue and manage ISRC codes and you can purchase a code here

The benefit of using an ISRC manager is that they are responsible for keeping an accurate record of your codes. Once the codes are assigned, they are yours forever. If you are not good at keeping records and do not require the need for a large number of codes, this may be the best solution for you. Purchase codes only as you need them and avoid all the additional paperwork.

Method 3: Get codes through a mastering facility or distribution company. Many mastering facilities and digital music distribution companies provide ISRC codes as a courtesy for purchasing their services. If you plan to use the services of a company that offers 'free' ISRCs, then take advantage of the offer. Although many websites will tell you that ISRCs are free, remember that you will only get them if you buy the service they offer.

ISRCs used to be a free service offered by the RIAA. In 2009, however, the RIAA started charging a fee to help pay for the administrative costs of maintaining the ISRC system. Somewhere down the line, somebody has to pay for them. Because the fees for purchasing them are relatively small for a big company, many music service providers will provide them as an incentive get you to buy their services. When you purchase codes through a Manager (Method 2), you are paying them to assign, maintain a record of, and report, your codes to PPLUK - The UK Sound Recordinf Database

One last note:

It is important to remember that the codes must be electronically burned into the files you are using for distribution. If you have a CD release this must be done in the mastering process before the discs are pressed. For internet release, the code must be added to your ID3 tag to be recognized. This is usually done by the distribution company that you hire and you will be required to supply the ISRC information when submitting your recordings for electronic distribution.

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When You Create An Acount

By admin, 2018-08-27

Musicians – Singers – Bands

A genuine and awesome FREE offer for you
You can have a totally FREE website to promote your songs.
You can stream your songs to the world FREE and We will pay you on your streams
You can have your own Blog FREE
You can Stream YouTube video FREE
You can have an Events Diary FREE - add your gigs
You can have your own FAQ FREE
You can have your own Photo Gallery and Photo Album FREE

You can have your own Guestbook FREE
You can add more pages FREE
You can write and display your own Biography FREE
You can Share to Social Media FREE                                           AND

If you want to sell your songs as digital downloads and keep all the money (apart from a small PayPal fee) we will upgrade you and set it up for just £19 GBP a year (about $25 USD) Just Subscribe for a Professional Account

You can also sell Tangible Products with a Professional Account Upgrade - Cd's Video's, Tee Shirts, etc, etc

We also offer a no charge 50/50% upgrade allowing you to sell your digital downloads  and you get 50% of the download price Please ask for details

There are going to be some disappointed web designers but some very happy musicians.What you waiting for.. We are here to help. Go sign up now.. Did we tell you? It's FREE

Artists - Signup for an ARTIST ACCOUNT

Tribute Acts Worldwide can now join our Community - Signup for Tribute Acts

Fans, Followers, Liseners Signup for a COMMUNITY ACCOUNT

 Songwriters Signup for a SONGWRITER ACCOUNT

Recording Studio's Sign Up for a RECORDING STUDIO ACCOUNT

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