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Submitting Your Music to Alfred Publishing


Dave Olsen has 25 years experience in the music print industry, ranging from roles in sales, business, and creative. As vice president of Alfred Publishing, he oversaw all copyright, contract, licensing, and royalty activities worldwide. Prior to that, Olsen was Director of Business Affairs and then interim CEO of Warner Brothers Publications, just eight months prior to its acquisition by Alfred Publishing. During his tenure at Warner, Olsen worked directly with musical greats such as Dave Brubeck, Henry Mancini, Marian McPartland, Cy Coleman, and Charles Strouse, among others. Olsen is a Board of Directors member of the Music Publishers Association and a founding member of the original National Music Publishers' Association's Internet Anti-Piracy Taskforce. Among a host of his music-related activities, Olsen is regularly called upon to lecture on music property matters at music conventions and universities.
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Dave Olsen, VP of Business and Legal Affairs for Alfred Publishing, discusses the process of submitting music to publishing companies. Publishing companies are more open to unsolicited material then record companies and if you generate high quality work, there is a fair chance you may get your transcriptions published. If Alfred Publishing decides to publish the work, they enter into a royalty contract with the writer who typically assigns the copyright to Alfred in the process so they can manage the copyrights for them. Publishing companies generally connect the writer with a performing rights organization in order to help manage and collect their royalties.



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August 06
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