If you want to sell ghost productions, Ghost-Producing.com is the right place for you.
We have provided the opportunity so that you can sell ghost productions easily.
Notes & Rules
Here are some notes and rules for selling your tracks through GP platform:
We are always accepting new tracks to add to our website, so there is no rush. It’s better that you focus on producing high quality tracks.
You are free to set a price for your tracks, no matter USD or EURO, starting from 199$. We suggest that you end your pricing with a 9.
You must work with the latest version of your DAW (preferably Ableton, FL Studio, Logic pro) and provide the project file of the track for the client.
If your track remains on our website for a long time and doesn’t sell, you are free to ask us to remove it.
All tracks that you submit must be mixed and mastered. Giving clients a mixed and mastered track increases the chance that they like it more.
You only receive payment after giving us all the related files of the track when the client buys it, including project files.
If you agree with editing, if the client asks for edits, you are supposed to edit your track as many times as the client requires till he is satisfied.
We always welcome all styles, but it’s good for you to know that House and its sub-genres have the most clients.
All tracks must be DJ friendly and have proper intro and outro so that they can be mixed with other track easily.
The tracks you submit must be originally produced by you and must not contain any illegal material.
Your track must not be already released by or signed to any label, and you should remove it from everywhere after selling it.
We don’t buy your tracks, we find clients for you to buy them if they like.
Whatever price you set on your tracks, you get 75% amount of it, including PayPal tax.
All the payments are done via PayPal and we do not have any other methods of payment.
When submitting your track, a 320 Kbps MP3 file is enough.
What You Should Upload
When a client pays for your track, you should upload these, all in a zip file: