Why should I present my music at HitQuarters?
How do I edit my Artist Page?
Where will my Artist Page be located?
In which format should I upload my songs?
How long will it take for my songs to be made available on my site?
How do I upload images?
How do I look for collaborators and how can I help others with their music?
Can I upload a cover song, a remix or a song that includes samples?
Because HitQuarters attracts the eyes of people in the music industry, you make yourself and your music available to people who are looking for talent. You can also find new partners and collaborators to help you to develop your music.
As a HitQuarters member, you will gain access to the most comprehensive directory of people in the music industry, based on their track records, and to extensive interviews with music industry professionals. You will also have the opportunity to get your music heard by our A&R Panel (with credits from Linkin Park, Usher, Destiny's Child, etc.).
Once you have become a member of HitQuarters and you have logged in, you can easily add pictures, a biography and songs. You may change the pictures, edit your biography, and delete and add new songs whenever you wish.
Your Artist Page will be at http://www.HitQuarters.com/YourName, where "YourName" is the name that you choose and that is available when you register.
Mp3. If you don't know how to create an .mp3 file, we suggest you use MusicMatch Jukebox, which you can download at www.musicmatch.com. This free software allows you to convert your songs into mp3s from .wav files or directly from a CD.
It is immediate.
Images are uploaded in .jpg format, which will be published with a width of 250 pixels.
You can upload a song for which you need assistance from another musician, singer, rapper, lyricist or similar whenever you wish. Simply select the type of person you are looking for and the purpose of your search.
To assist other people with their music, you can find out if someone is looking for your skills at Artists Looking for Help.
You must have permission from the copyright holder(s) of a recording or composition in order to publish it on the Internet. If a copyright holder claims that a song published at HitQuarters is not properly licensed, HitQuarters will remove that song until official permission to use that song or recording is obtained.