I recently released about twelve of my songs on the web; they're getting some popularity and attention. This includes full song arrangements ideal for vocalists, beats, and several songs that would probably work best for a movie soundtrack. They are groove oriented and moody, instrumental.
My intention is to attract artists, producers and filmmakers to my website, and if they like something and want to use it, license it to them to use in their movie or their song.
My question is, and forgive me if it's a naive one but i read a lot of conflicting stuff on the internet: a film or TV music supervisor or producer or established artist would likely want to license my stuff and publish themselves, right?
At that point, I negotiate for points, credit, etc...
Of course I register the work with the copyright office, already done that, but given what I intend to do, setting up my own publishing company and publishing this music as I release it on the internet is actually not a good idea, right? Those people won't want that. They want to license my stuff to publish themselves.
Does this sound right?
Thanks in advance for any help.