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SEND YOUR MUSIC

Send us your music so you can start selling it. First, read the guidelines below, then send us an email:

sell@mazukmusic.com

Be sure to include:

  • Score (PDF)

  • Parts (if you are engraving it)

  • Cover page and/or front matter (PDF, not required)

  • Recording of the piece (mp3, wav, aiff – live recording not necessary)

  • Description (2 - 3 sentences at least)

If you want us to engrave you music, also include:

  • The source files (.musx or MusicXML)

GUIDELINES

The music itself should be of high quality. While this can be very subjective, the music should be finished, well orchestrated, and should not appear amateurish.

The engraving of a piece should be of high quality, and the defaults of most notation softwares won't cut it. The notation should follow the Norton Manual of Music Notation and the presentation should be clean and professional. "House Styles" are allowed, just make sure they are well designed. If you don't wish to take the time to engrave your music well, we will do that for you at a fair price. Here'a a more detailed explanation.

You should have all the rights to publish the piece. No arrangements of copyrighted pieces accepted without explicit written permission from the copyright holder. Arrangements of public domain pieces are allowed.

What Would You Like to Know?

FAQ

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

To simply publish music here is free. To also get your music engraved is variable and depends on instrumentation, length of piece, complexity of the engraving, and many other factors. Send in your music to get a quote.

WHERE WILL MY MUSIC BE SOLD?

Right now, through this site, Amazon, and sheetmusicplus. As time goes on, we will sell your music in more places.

80% OF THE PROFIT? WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?

Whenever someone buys your music, there are various costs associated with that. This includes printing and shipping. From whatever is left, you receive 80%.

WHY ARE FINALE FILES ACCEPTED BUT NOT ANY OTHER SOFTWARE'S FILES?

Simply put, Finale is currently the software that we use. In the future, we wish to expand into other softwares. But for now, everything we are doing is through Finale.