Submitting to Projects

How do I become a Top Tier Producer on ItyDity?


Producers on ItyDity can earn Top Tier status by being selected as the Final Producer in Projects or by being chosen as the runner up. Top Tier producers on ItyDity get premiere access to new Projects, are considered for Wild Card placements in Projects, and are kept in our database for one-on-one matching down the road.




Am I unlikely to get a job without a portfolio built up?


Not unlikely, but it helps. Wildcards exist for this very reason. We choose wildcard producers who show excitement and willingness to move into Round 2. And in Round 2 submissions are blind, meaning the artist doesn't know who made what and only pick based on talent/skill/creativity. Many of the producers on our site have landed a project without an impressive or large previous portfolio, based only on a skillful submission.




Any pro tips for landing projects?


Yes. In your written request, list specific instruments you would and could add that you hear or that the artist has requested. This assures them you can provide what they're looking for. Another thing that helps is listing why you connected to their song and message. Also cite any songs you've done in the past that are similar, or if those are already listed/submitted links on your profile, you can leave that out as they'll likely also look at your profile. If you don't have a big portfolio built up - that's fine! If you aren't selected by the artist in Round 1 you still may be chosen by ItyDity as a wild card to move to Round 2. In Round 2, you'll have a better shot at being selected as the Final Producer if you stay pretty close to their vision/references while applying creativity, skill and professionality to your instrumentation, style and timing.




How do I know if I'm the right type of producer to use ItyDity?


ItyDity is a platform for all levels of producers. Projects give opportunities to even unknown producers to work with an artist, gain exposure, get paid, break into the industry, and perhaps build a prosperous long-lasting relationship with that artist. In Round 1 of Projects, the artists may select based off of portfolio, but ItyDity also picks 2 wildcards/underdogs to move onto Round 2. And that could be anyone. Then, in Round 2, the submission process is blind, meaning the artist will not know the identities of the submitting producers until after they select their favorite, giving every producer a fair shot.





Recording Tracks

How do I become a Top Tier Producer on ItyDity?


Producers on ItyDity can earn Top Tier status by being selected as the Final Producer in Projects or by being chosen as the runner up. Top Tier producers on ItyDity get premiere access to new Projects, are considered for Wild Card placements in Projects, and are kept in our database for one-on-one matching down the road.




Am I unlikely to get a job without a portfolio built up?


Not unlikely, but it helps. Wildcards exist for this very reason. We choose wildcard producers who show excitement and willingness to move into Round 2. And in Round 2 submissions are blind, meaning the artist doesn't know who made what and only pick based on talent/skill/creativity. Many of the producers on our site have landed a project without an impressive or large previous portfolio, based only on a skillful submission.




Any pro tips for landing projects?


Yes. In your written request, list specific instruments you would and could add that you hear or that the artist has requested. This assures them you can provide what they're looking for. Another thing that helps is listing why you connected to their song and message. Also cite any songs you've done in the past that are similar, or if those are already listed/submitted links on your profile, you can leave that out as they'll likely also look at your profile. If you don't have a big portfolio built up - that's fine! If you aren't selected by the artist in Round 1 you still may be chosen by ItyDity as a wild card to move to Round 2. In Round 2, you'll have a better shot at being selected as the Final Producer if you stay pretty close to their vision/references while applying creativity, skill and professionality to your instrumentation, style and timing.




How do I know if I'm the right type of producer to use ItyDity?


ItyDity is a platform for all levels of producers. Projects give opportunities to even unknown producers to work with an artist, gain exposure, get paid, break into the industry, and perhaps build a prosperous long-lasting relationship with that artist. In Round 1 of Projects, the artists may select based off of portfolio, but ItyDity also picks 2 wildcards/underdogs to move onto Round 2. And that could be anyone. Then, in Round 2, the submission process is blind, meaning the artist will not know the identities of the submitting producers until after they select their favorite, giving every producer a fair shot.





Being Selected for a Project

How do I become a Top Tier Producer on ItyDity?


Producers on ItyDity can earn Top Tier status by being selected as the Final Producer in Projects or by being chosen as the runner up. Top Tier producers on ItyDity get premiere access to new Projects, are considered for Wild Card placements in Projects, and are kept in our database for one-on-one matching down the road.




Am I unlikely to get a job without a portfolio built up?


Not unlikely, but it helps. Wildcards exist for this very reason. We choose wildcard producers who show excitement and willingness to move into Round 2. And in Round 2 submissions are blind, meaning the artist doesn't know who made what and only pick based on talent/skill/creativity. Many of the producers on our site have landed a project without an impressive or large previous portfolio, based only on a skillful submission.




Any pro tips for landing projects?


Yes. In your written request, list specific instruments you would and could add that you hear or that the artist has requested. This assures them you can provide what they're looking for. Another thing that helps is listing why you connected to their song and message. Also cite any songs you've done in the past that are similar, or if those are already listed/submitted links on your profile, you can leave that out as they'll likely also look at your profile. If you don't have a big portfolio built up - that's fine! If you aren't selected by the artist in Round 1 you still may be chosen by ItyDity as a wild card to move to Round 2. In Round 2, you'll have a better shot at being selected as the Final Producer if you stay pretty close to their vision/references while applying creativity, skill and professionality to your instrumentation, style and timing.




How do I know if I'm the right type of producer to use ItyDity?


ItyDity is a platform for all levels of producers. Projects give opportunities to even unknown producers to work with an artist, gain exposure, get paid, break into the industry, and perhaps build a prosperous long-lasting relationship with that artist. In Round 1 of Projects, the artists may select based off of portfolio, but ItyDity also picks 2 wildcards/underdogs to move onto Round 2. And that could be anyone. Then, in Round 2, the submission process is blind, meaning the artist will not know the identities of the submitting producers until after they select their favorite, giving every producer a fair shot.





Payment, Royalties, and Credit

How do I become a Top Tier Producer on ItyDity?


Producers on ItyDity can earn Top Tier status by being selected as the Final Producer in Projects or by being chosen as the runner up. Top Tier producers on ItyDity get premiere access to new Projects, are considered for Wild Card placements in Projects, and are kept in our database for one-on-one matching down the road.




Am I unlikely to get a job without a portfolio built up?


Not unlikely, but it helps. Wildcards exist for this very reason. We choose wildcard producers who show excitement and willingness to move into Round 2. And in Round 2 submissions are blind, meaning the artist doesn't know who made what and only pick based on talent/skill/creativity. Many of the producers on our site have landed a project without an impressive or large previous portfolio, based only on a skillful submission.




Any pro tips for landing projects?


Yes. In your written request, list specific instruments you would and could add that you hear or that the artist has requested. This assures them you can provide what they're looking for. Another thing that helps is listing why you connected to their song and message. Also cite any songs you've done in the past that are similar, or if those are already listed/submitted links on your profile, you can leave that out as they'll likely also look at your profile. If you don't have a big portfolio built up - that's fine! If you aren't selected by the artist in Round 1 you still may be chosen by ItyDity as a wild card to move to Round 2. In Round 2, you'll have a better shot at being selected as the Final Producer if you stay pretty close to their vision/references while applying creativity, skill and professionality to your instrumentation, style and timing.




How do I know if I'm the right type of producer to use ItyDity?


ItyDity is a platform for all levels of producers. Projects give opportunities to even unknown producers to work with an artist, gain exposure, get paid, break into the industry, and perhaps build a prosperous long-lasting relationship with that artist. In Round 1 of Projects, the artists may select based off of portfolio, but ItyDity also picks 2 wildcards/underdogs to move onto Round 2. And that could be anyone. Then, in Round 2, the submission process is blind, meaning the artist will not know the identities of the submitting producers until after they select their favorite, giving every producer a fair shot.





Getting Hired on ItyDity

How do I become a Top Tier Producer on ItyDity?


Producers on ItyDity can earn Top Tier status by being selected as the Final Producer in Projects or by being chosen as the runner up. Top Tier producers on ItyDity get premiere access to new Projects, are considered for Wild Card placements in Projects, and are kept in our database for one-on-one matching down the road.




Am I unlikely to get a job without a portfolio built up?


Not unlikely, but it helps. Wildcards exist for this very reason. We choose wildcard producers who show excitement and willingness to move into Round 2. And in Round 2 submissions are blind, meaning the artist doesn't know who made what and only pick based on talent/skill/creativity. Many of the producers on our site have landed a project without an impressive or large previous portfolio, based only on a skillful submission.




Any pro tips for landing projects?


Yes. In your written request, list specific instruments you would and could add that you hear or that the artist has requested. This assures them you can provide what they're looking for. Another thing that helps is listing why you connected to their song and message. Also cite any songs you've done in the past that are similar, or if those are already listed/submitted links on your profile, you can leave that out as they'll likely also look at your profile. If you don't have a big portfolio built up - that's fine! If you aren't selected by the artist in Round 1 you still may be chosen by ItyDity as a wild card to move to Round 2. In Round 2, you'll have a better shot at being selected as the Final Producer if you stay pretty close to their vision/references while applying creativity, skill and professionality to your instrumentation, style and timing.




How do I know if I'm the right type of producer to use ItyDity?


ItyDity is a platform for all levels of producers. Projects give opportunities to even unknown producers to work with an artist, gain exposure, get paid, break into the industry, and perhaps build a prosperous long-lasting relationship with that artist. In Round 1 of Projects, the artists may select based off of portfolio, but ItyDity also picks 2 wildcards/underdogs to move onto Round 2. And that could be anyone. Then, in Round 2, the submission process is blind, meaning the artist will not know the identities of the submitting producers until after they select their favorite, giving every producer a fair shot.