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    Producer Point's for those that don't know..

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    Alright we goin to show how to figure out producer points for a album...


    the SRLP $18.99(Suggested Retail List Price) multiplied by 3%(Producer's Points)= 57 cents

    $18.99 x .03 = 0.569(.57)

    unless you produced the whole album..you won't see .57 cent

    now we need to take the .57 cent and divided by the number of tracks on the CD(15)

    $18.99 x .03 = 0.569 / 15 = $0.0379 per song

    so you will get ~$0.04 per song you produced on the album if you did more then 1 song..its that easy..

    so now you know have to figure out what you would get after the labe recoup their money...

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    Are you sure about that suggested retail price??? I cant remember the last time I saw a cd for $19 (that wasnt a double album) Or is that simply a "constant" used in the equation?
    Stop hatin and step your game up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bknot1
    so you will get ~$0.04 per song you produced on the album if you did more then 1 song..its that easy..
    JUST TO CLARIFY THAT IS PER UNIT MOVED RIGHT ?

    So what about if you hold these other titles what are you looking at standard

    producer,
    executive producer,
    the mixing engineer
    the mastering engineer
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    and how does publishing work into all this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crunkthanamug
    Are you sure about that suggested retail price??? I cant remember the last time I saw a cd for $19 (that wasnt a double album) Or is that simply a "constant" used in the equation?
    Go into any store other than Bestbuy, Walmart, and Circuit City...(sure I'm missing a few) And the retail price will be that high. Bestbuy and others sell it cheap but they still make about a 1.00 off every CD they sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEATMAKERS
    JUST TO CLARIFY THAT IS PER UNIT MOVED RIGHT ?

    So what about if you hold these other titles what are you looking at standard

    producer,
    executive producer,
    the mixing engineer
    the mastering engineer

    yep..per unit sold..

    the excutive producer is mostly the CEO of the label
    and the mixing and mastering engineet charges by the hout for the mixin and might get money on the back end when sale reach a certain amount..

    i will get some examples for you later
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    Quote Originally Posted by BEATMAKERS
    and how does publishing work into all this?
    ?????
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    here is a good read for you beat..

    PUBLISHING 101 (from The Source Magazine in 2000)
    By, Wendy Day from Rap Coalition
    http://www.rapcointelpro.com/Publishing%20Info.htm

    if it doesnt answer what you wan to know let me know...most deals on the net is 50/50 split..50% for the writer(artist) and 50% for the producers
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    ^^ up top for the newbies
    B Knot
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    so if the producer gets 3% how much does the artist get?


    --whew!! this is some funny lookin math. but this is what i have to get my brain wrapped around BEFORE i start releasin a record off of my "newly" formed label. -- so how do you do this same thing for the "artist" who will appear on the song(s)?


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