Most of the attention in music is about frontline releases, but we believe catalogs often have significant value that is waiting to be unlocked. Some of catalog optimization strategies include:
We will pitch to Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Pandora, and other DSPs based on your catalog’s artists and potential opportunities.
Symphonic will optimize and bring your metadata to current standards allowing for your music to be eligible for playlisting and to trigger algorithms.
Official DSP playlists aren’t the only way to get your music heard. Third-party playlist curators have the power to enliven a catalog. Our dedicated team can present your music to these curators to give it the attention it deserves.
Does your music lend itself to the perfect viral dance or challenge? Our influencer network can help get momentum behind the music.
Finding New Audiences
We take the time to see where your catalog has meaningful audiences that have not been explored, and make sure you get the exposure you need there.
We also offer a myriad of retail marketing and co-op advertising opportunities to resurface your vinyl, CDs, and cassettes into brick and mortar retailers and web stores.
Our team will create and optimize YouTube channels and YouTube content, including collecting YouTube publishing revenue. These efforts can lead to large amounts of back pay on catalog hits.
Offer your music to sample libraries for producers to use and share
your music with new audiences as you earn.
Our in-house sync brand, Bodega Sync, maximizes opportunities for your catalog for sync licensing opportunities and/or microsync as appropriate on a track by track basis.
Here’s our some of our success stories.
Sabotage is often considered as the greatest Brazilian rapper of all time and was crucial for the growth of hiphop in Brazil. Following his unfortunate passing, his estate’s goals was to re-master his older songs and release collaborations with the new generation of rap artists in Brazil, to expose Sabotage to a newer, wider audience.
Peter Pan Records had a significant amount of music that was never released to the public. They did not have the technical capability to properly load and distribute and were missing out on a great deal of revenue. Symphonic transferred over 10,000 titles and was able to ensure the content gained the breadth and depth it needed.