Getting Started On Music Gateway

Welcome to the Music Gateway Getting Started Guide! You’ve made the brilliant decision to become a Music Gateway member and you’re eager to get started. You’d like to learn the ins-and-outs of the site and our features, but perhaps you’re not sure where to begin? This guide will explain how to get started, and give a brief overview of what you can do as a member!

Once you’re logged in, you’ll land on your dashboard. Here you’ll find your current data usage, projects you’ve posted, playlists you’ve created and all the exciting features of our website on the left hand side of your navigation bar.

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What can I do as a Music Gateway member?

Store, manage & share your catalogue in Files and the Database 

how to use the files space

– how to make works

– how to make contacts

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Get your music heard by the industry professionals with Playlists

how to make a playlist

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Get involved with Opportunities for hire work, collaboration & more

guide for pitching and submitting your music.

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Connect with a range of creatives to collaborate with, hire or sign / license tracks 

– Step-by-step guide to creating a project and managing a project.

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Earn money for yourself or for charity through our Invite Friends program

Get involved here.

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Get your music in films, on television, advertisements, and games

Read the Sync Portal Guide

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Check out our video below which gives you an overview of all the features:

Any questions?

Comment them below, or reach out to the Customer Support team, who are here to help with any queries, and listen to your feedback!


  1. Richard Coppen


    I’ve been having a look around but I can’t seem to find a way of auditioning artist’s work. I’m a record label and music producer looking for talent. Is this part of the portal service you provide?


  2. Considering

    “You’ve made the brilliant decision to become a Music Gateway member and you’re eager to get started.”

    Really jumping to conclusions here.

  3. Michael Conway Baker

    I’m a film/tv composer. I have a large library of film/tv and concert music which I would like to license to appropriate buyers. A lot of my music is available in the mp3 format. I am a member of TAXI but have found the majority of their clients want to only license pop and rock songs. I’ve done my fair share of that but find the examples they provide of the music asked for is not in my particular realm of composition. I need your advice!

    I have a web site which may be helpful at Michael Conway Baker

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