How to create a tracked pitch link for a playlist or a song

Every tracked Songspace pitch has a unique URL that logs views, plays, and downloads. 

Those stats and the pitch attributes you enter can be searched and filtered in the pitch log

This feature requires either a Creator or Business subscription. To learn more about a Creator or Business subscription, click here.

A Create a pitch from catalog assets

Create a pitch from a playlist folder

You no longer need to create a playlist folder in your catalog to pitch multiple songs. However, if you'd like to base a pitch on an existing folder, you can do so from the folder toolbar. 


A dialog will pop up with several settings and fields. When creating pitches from folders, there are a couple playlist-specific settings to understand. 


1. Include sub-folders
Turn this setting on if you want the pitch to include any sub-folders. Once the pitch is created, folders have to be managed manually.

2. Include files
Turn this setting on if you want to include non-audio files in the pitch. This includes images, text documents, and PDFs. Once the pitch is created, these files must be added and removed manually.

Create a pitch from selected songs

Quickly create a pitch containing multiple songs by command+clicking multiple songs in your catalog and clicking the Pitch songs... action in the toolbar. 


Create a pitch from a single song

To pitch a single song, right-click the song in catalog and select Pitch song… from the menu.


You can also pitch a song from the song project toolbar.



B Tracked pitch settings 

Each pitch action will display a settings dialog where basic settings can be applied to your new pitch. Learn more about those settings below.


C Create or customize

After you've applied the necessary settings and created the link, you can continue customization or copy the link and send it out.



1. Select 'Create & Get Link' to generate the unique URL for the pitch.

2. Select 'Customize'  to open the pitch edit modal and continue working on the pitch.

3. Select 'Preview' to preview the pitch without adding any stats to it.

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