How to overcome rejection in music licensing

Getting rejected in music licensing happens more often than you think. But how does someone overcome rejection in music licensing and become successful?

In music licensing, rejection is very common and you will get more rejections than approvals, especially in the beginning of your journey.

How to overcome rejection in music licensing

Overcoming rejection is an essential part of your success in becoming a stock music composer.

In my latest video, I share how to make the rejection experience less painful!

Watch my video here.

2 thoughts on “How to overcome rejection in music licensing

  1. Great message 🎵Daniel my brother! My fortune has been, in mid-March, my birth week, I uploaded 21 songs over three days to MusicGrid. 12 were excepted! 2 were rejected because they had no use in their library,period. The other 7 tracks were under another definition of rejection, in that, it said “ thank you for submitting your very cool track, but we don’t have a need in our library at the moment. Which says to me, submit it in a couple of months from now, and so on. On day 2 they asked me if I wanted to be part of their Audiobranding department! This is what I consider the perfect launching of my stock music library life. Which I know is A typical. I thank God. I thank you Daniel for your leader ship and direction, and education. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK. ROCK n ROLL!
    Cheers! Stephen

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