I just want to sell tracks that I have already. If I go rights-managed library route, will I be able to afford them music that I have already, or will I be required to write all completely-new music for them (albums )?
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In my experience you can use tracks you already have, and sometimes libraries will ask you to produce tracks in a particular style. I have even known television music composers submit music that was not accepted for a television programme to library companies. However although I have music with three library companies, I am not that knowledgeable about how things work.
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