One simple reason. PMP is about making a profit out of those that are willing to pay out that $50.00 per month. Pumpaudio actually has connections in the TV industry that they SHOP your beats to. They don't want to shop crappy beats... they want a good product. They also don't require you to pay up front, because they KNOW that they can license your beats. PMP doesn't care about the user... only that they make a profit off of the users regardless of whether the tracks are used.
Originally Posted by Isk2009
EDIT:... I'm not necessarilly bashing PMP though, because if your work is good and you use the tools well, you can sell. It's just less likely that they will sell because there are no filters, and nobody who knows someone that is looking for this type of beat. It's more of a chance game. Not that Pumpaudio isn't as well, but your chances are higher to get placed.
Last edited by SilentKillah; 03-04-2011 at 05:50 AM.
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