Where can I see my royalties from other publishing services
For the sake of this post, other services are considered: Publishing Administration, Neighboring Rights, Soundcloud Monetization, STEMS, Physical, Sample Packs, Music Video Distribution and more.
We report royalties for other services at the same time of our quarterly statement postings. We only report once we have received payment for the said service and of course, data. If you are opted into any of the services mentioned in the question, you can find them via the “Royalties” section of your account and can see various views and summaries by clicking the “Content Type” and more.
Important Note: Some of these products don’t require you to create anything through the Verse One and thus, you may see sales of your videos on YouTube or tracks on Soundcloud via “Unmatched Sales”. It is your responsibility to create royalty records to match these towards should you want to use our “Sales Summary”. Essentially, a sample pack is created very manually and a physical release for our now no longer in use service was never done through the your account but rather, an external third party method, thus why there is no UPC or ISRC or potentially anything to match it towards aside of your label name and thus why it would land under “Unmatched Sales”
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