FREE - What is Metadata?
We always get the question "Why is metadata important and what should I include 🤔?"
We made this video series explaining what metadata is, what we recommend you should ALWAYS add, and other important information you must know in the sync world.
Submit to watch the metadata videos
WUP METADATA TEMPLATE
You'll find this WUP metadata template extremely useful!
It is similar to what What Up Pitches uses for their artists' catalog but it has been modified to be used by:
- and more...
This metadata template is for anyone who writes/produces/pitches songs. It's especially convenient if you collaborate with other musicians.
Not to toot our own horn but... What Up Pitches receives praises all the time about how organized and detailed our metadata is. We're proud of how we do it and now we want to share that with you!
Our goal was to keep this template very inexpensive and simple so anyone can use but to make sure it had all of the information we'd like artists to have ready to go. All you need to do is watch the videos provided to get familiarized with the process and start using it!
-Short explainer videos showing you how to use the template
-Separate tables where you can:
1. Update information about your collaborators
2. Keep track of songs and their respective metadata (fields are already populated with What Up Pitches' recommended metadata)
3. Store all of the splits per song/collaborator
-We have created formulas that automatically put together every collaborator's PRO info as well as links that you can easily share with your collaborators so they can fill out the information inside of each table in case you prefer to delegate that task to someone else.
-You'll also find external links throughout the tables explaining details or sharing useful folders with content such as one-stop agreement template or split sheet templates.
FREE - Replays
Here are all of the replays of WUP's Listening Fiestas and Panels with Music Supervisors that work on Ads, TV/Film, Promos and others. Please listen to these and use the feedback given to the artists to improve your own songs and/or to learn about what each specific music supervisor is looking for.
*You must create a login since some of the artists have been awesome enough to share their unreleased songs. This is a private platform.