Music Label Sales Report

To get a view of your earnings across Rhythmic Rebellion, go to the Reports menu in your Music Label Account dashboard. Data here becomes available as soon as a label has an active contract with an artist within the Rhythmic Rebellion system or owns rights on songs.
Learn more about how the Artist Label Contracts work here.

In Reports, you'll see an artist selector, dates selector, total column, and tables with stats by different sales points (products). Total Count contains all the sales since day one. The By Date column is limited to the date range you have selected.

The Total row shows the sales for all items. Underneath you can see that total itemized by category.

Recipient Share is the amount of money you will receive from artist's sales according to the signed contract. The recipient share is calculated as the total less the credit card company processing fee and RR fee.

Determine how your running balances are being calculated by looking at each separate table split by the sales points. 

Let's look at the example in a Store item table (physical products). Each table has a title. Next, you'll see the totals for the selected category. Below that, you'll see the details of each product.

  • Items purchased - shows how many items were purchased in the selected period.
  • Total customers - the total number of unique buyers.
  • Total - the total amount, which came from the selling of items.
  • Sales Tax - the total amount of taxes based on the purchased orders. Rhythmic Rebellion collects and transfers sales taxes for you.
  • Proc/Platform fee - the fee charged by the payment processor to fulfill the transaction. It depends on the way a fan selected to pay for the purchase. 
  • RR fee - a small amount taken from the artist's sales. This can vary between physical and digital products.
  • Recipient share - this is the amount that goes to your PayPal account after the processing/platform fee and RR fee have been taken out.

The general table consists of the following columns:

  1. Product name
  2. Items
  3. Total
  4. Recipient share

Two view types are available: By items or By customers
Crowdfunding, Shipping, Fan Club Sub, and Tips are always shown By customer. These records are not grouped by the sales property.

What Does The Table Show When "By" Items Is Set?

The inner table contains data grouped by a certain property. For example, a t-shirt with print was purchased with different conditions. 

Bundle column shows if a product was purchased as a part of the bundle. Here you'll see the bundle name. 

Gift code is filled with the percent of the discount, if it was applied. Two items were bought with a 15% off gift code applied. Another four were purchased for the full cost.

In-app field indicates the platform where a fan performed the checkout to let you know what platform is more popular with buyers.

Pre-ordered column defines if the item was requested before it became available for sale.

What Does The Table Show When By Customers Is Set?

If you want to know who exactly is buying your merch, select the By customers filter. Open the details and the buyer's information is displayed.

You'll see the fan's nickname, the date when a product was sold, order ID, and the product parameters like size or color, if available.

How To Export The Sales Report?

Export a PDF file or CSV containing information about all sales that occurred during a selected period of time for a certain artist. Click the Export stats report button. It reveals a dropdown menu to select the desired file type for download.