Self-publishing your sheet music with ZMX
It's really that simple. If you can make sheet music then you can make money from it too. Just a few sales will pay for your ZMX store, and you will be a sheet music publisher with an online presence.
I'm very excited about this opportunity to help artists promote their work and reach their fans in new ways, and I would love to speak with you personally about it. Please feel free to contact me so we can discuss it more.
Frequently asked questions:
You choose your own payment point, a dollar amount of $100 or more. When you reach that point a check will go out to you, but no more frequently than every two weeks. If you never reach that amount then checks are sent quarterly.
ZMX takes care of the commerce and the delivery of product to your customers. Payments are made through Amazon's secure payment process. Amazon takes a small processing fee from each sale, usually about 10¢, and the rest of the money goes to ZMX. We take our 10%, and the rest of the money flows to you as described above.
No. We are simply providing a tool to help you sell your sheet music much like iTunes does with mp3s. All rights and responsibilities are completely yours.
There is currently no limit, so you can have as many songs and as many arrangements of each song as you like.
No. Lead sheets, full symphonic scores, and complete books are all welcome.
It is impossible to prevent all file sharing, but every PDF delivered through ZMX has a watermark with customer and transaction information on it. Unlike sound recordings the customer's name is embedded and visible, both discouraging file sharing and allowing a pirated copy to be traced back to its source.
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