Yep, as I said, labels can be silly and think to much of themselves.
The money issue I can understand. It is kind of a hard move to make knowing you'll lose your money and have your songs get buried by all the other incoming songs. So that's a risk I can understand. To use money to get the STEMS, and not get it back. Or even half of it back.
But if all that is already available, and it cost pretty much nothing. Why not. What is there to lose.
some lawyers work pro-bono... maybe you can find a lawyer who supports RBN and get them to work free.
I just wonder, cause sometimes I see songs and I go "Why would they even put that in RB?" (Though I'm thankful for anyone who decides to put stuff in to keep the RBN alive) And for them to put money into a song that will most likely fail to sell a lot, I didn't think it was too big of a risk for bands/labels to put songs up for authoring n all that.
But I've had lots of questions/details about it answered by yall. Thanks.