Content ID will track your content across the platforms so you earn every time somebody uses your music, especially on visual media platforms where fans create content using your audio which helps widen your reach and engagement.Read More
In this blog we’ll take a look at ambient music and the possible reasons and outcomes of its rise in China.
What you didn't know about China's music market might surprise you!Read More
How do the biggest streaming services in the World compare and what does that mean for independent artists.Read More
The genre of afrobeat music has subtly made waves in China’s music market. While Asian music lovers and afrobeat don’t seem like they go together, the genre’s rhythms and melodies have been inspiring for Chinese audiences and followers.Read More
More than 15,000 kilometers from Jamaica, a thriving Chinese reggae community has found popularity in China’s Yunnan province.Read More
The results are in. Playlisting your music on NetEase works and here are the charts to show.Read More
Copyright infringement is always a current topic as our technology evolves our policies and behaviours struggle to catch up. See how well your grasp of copyright infringement is and see if you have any blind spots.Read More
The tuning system we use in basically all of the Western music we hear around us is designed to be flexible so you can sing or play a melody in any key and it would sound more or less, in tune. But, it is not perfect.Read More
At the time of writing this blog (October 2021), copyright protection for online music in China is one of the highest in the world today, despite outdated information about this topic on Wikipedia from 2008 stating the opposite. If you’ve based your knowledge of music copyright in China on the first thing your Google search came up with without checking more sources, it may be you have perhaps felt suspicious about distributing your music to China. We have now started the process of updating the information on wikipedia. In the meantime, let us give you an overview of the current situation regarding music copyright in China.
By the way, if you are worried about your music’s copyright status in China, you can search if your music is already in China using our free finder tool here:
If your music is available in China, you use a reliable distributor, and you get royalty reports, your copyrights should be ok.Read More
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