This is an older piece I recently decided to release. It's an instrumental composed of mostly electronic instruments which incorporates some of my older styles. As such, it's called "Old Style" by Jasper Camber. The album cover for this instrumental is a photo I took at Greenlake in North Seattle, featuring some geese. The song will be available on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal on March 29. Listen to the song by clicking the play button below the image.
I received my royalties from RouteNote over PayPal today. This totaled $64.72, some of which was from a year ago or longer. This is an awesome step for my early content, and it's great to see people appreciate the music. These royalties are mostly coming from one song, Overture, and I plan to continue promoting this song. I will post updates here about how the payments runs go as they happen. My next payment run will be early next month, which already isn't so far away.
I was paid from RouteNote today for my first music project, Jean Jasper. They paid me $58.36 for 26,742 streams or about $0.0021823349 per stream. After a cost per stream of $0.00698, my net profit per stream was $0.0014843349 and $39.6940838958 so far. This doesn't seem like a lot, but I have over 260,000 streams on my first song, "Overture", which should pay around $400 for the streams I have so far according to these calculations. I'm going to invest the royalties I have made so far back into this music and continue letting the money grow. Within the next few months, I will have exponentially more royalties from my music as I have had some spikes in revenue. Attached is a graph of my streaming royalties from RouteNote. This includes all streams, which I mostly see on Spotify, NetEase, Instagram, and Facebook.
Before I migrated over to the new version of this site, I had a contact list of 91 emails registered with Uglek. I sent out an email to those people asking them to create a new account and see the new changes on the site, and letting them know what's going on with the accounts. I hope people will sign up for the site again, I know it's a bother having to confirm your email but it really helps keep the site secure and I couldn't make it secure any better way. The captcha and email verification are what keeps the site only available to real people like you and me.