HOW TO SHARE YOUR WTS VIDEOS
Video Submission Guidelines
Have a cool video of you playing the WTS drums? Send it our way! We'll share your video and tag you too!
We want your videos! However...
Videos received outside the following guidelines, terms, and conditions will be deleted with no reply. Thank you for helping make this a smooth process!
We will respond to you if we decide to post your video (response may take up to 3 months). No need to be an amazing musician, however better content means a better chance of us sharing your video with our followers around the world.
Maximum 10 minutes. Make sure the first 4 to 10 seconds are exciting enough to grab people's attention, and know that most people only watch the first minute or so.
Any! We accept drum solos, warm-ups, performances, and more. Just keep it professional and related to Welch Tuning Systems, Inc. products and topics, please. (No music videos or advertisements.)
Please send your video via a link from a 3rd-party broadcast platform, such as YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, or Instagram; we will download it from there.
Please do not send links to your video on Twitter or Tumblr, and do not send us files to download.
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What we don't accept:
No ‘play-alongs’, however, ‘covers’ are welcome. A cover is an original rendition of an already existing song; do not play along with the original recording. (Facebook will block copyrighted material.)
No profanity or subject matter that's not appropriate for all ages.
No ‘music videos’ where the whole band is playing, unless the video focuses 80% on the drummer.
How We'll Post
If we choose your video, we will download it from your link and then upload your video natively to our page (Facebook and/or Instagram). The video will get a lot more views this way!
We will attempt to tag your FAN page in the caption. If you do not have a fan page, we will do our best to tag your personal profile page.
We will not include any website links, YouTube Channel links, or other links. We also will not add “credits,” such has where the video was recorded, who edited it, or who mixed the sound.