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Whether you need a single part, a complete song or jingle, or recording, mixing, or producing services, dkl Recording is Your Long Distance Band for quality work at the right price. We are ready to work with you in person or over the Internet to fulfill all of your music composing and producing needs.
Dave & Kristie are happy to announce that Kristie's Music Emporium at dklRecording is now open for business, and stocked with high quality, Royalty-Free original music!
Creators - Whether your project is a video, website, presentation, movie, or commercial, if it needs music you've come to the right place. All of our tunes are available for commercial use under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License, and delivered by download as soon as your purchase is completed. Our collection is always growing, and our prices are extremely competitive - stop in and see for yourself!
We can also compose music to your specifications - so if you are looking for something specific, Contact Us and let's talk.
Songwriters - Do you have a tune that needs to be fleshed out with full instrumentation? Or how about one that only exists in your mind's eye? At dkl Recording we specialize in bringing your musical dreams to life, with real musicians playing real instruments.
Best of all, we have the tools to complete your project over the Internet from wherever you are. If you are as serious about your music as we are about ours, you owe it to yourself to Contact Us and find out what we can do together.
(For a quick clue, read a few of our Customer Testimonials - you'll get the idea...)
by Alan O'Harra 2-Feb-2013
When it comes to getting paid for your work as a musician, virtually everyone who has graduated from the garage to the living-room has heard the word “royalties” – it’s how the big names get paid, right? (If you already know the fallacy there, feel free to skim the rest – but it’s only about 1,200 words, and most of them are interesting.) As soon as your tune threatens to become even moderately successful, friends and associates will start saying “ASCAP” and “BMI” and “ROYALTIES”, and from a layman’s prospective they’re right; it is not possible to collect all of the money due to you when your song starts getting airplay without being a member of a Performing Rights Organization (PRO). What these well-intentioned people do not realize is it’s not that simple. The part nobody seems to talk about is what each PRO can NOT do . . .