Split Sheetz® is a software application developed for songwriters to help ease the chore of sitting down
with their collaborators and discussing the sensitive issue of splitting songwriter percentages for a song
that was created harmoniously. Because it is a dire necessity that copyright information is collected for
proper registration, Split Sheetz® was created and provides a convenient, easy-to-use solution.
Our mission is to always focus on the needs of the songwriter. We aim to continue to develop our product
to make the administrative aspect of songwriting easier in order to free up time for songwriters to focus on
the creative process.
Brian K. Jackson is the Founder and CEO of Split Sheetz, LLC, a technology-based company headquartered in Los Angeles,
California. With a genuine desire to lend his knowledge and expertise to help and educate songwriters,
Jackson conceived and developed an app to provide songwriters, and their representatives, a tool to allocate,
document, and verify song splits between collaborators promptly on iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile devices.
Split Sheetz® was inspired by Jackson’s experience as the Founder of Ascension Artist Management and day-to-day
manager to London-born music producer, Harmony “H-Money” Samuels and singer/songwriter, Courtney Harrell.
Jackson has dedicated his career to the education and advancement of music
creators. In 1993, Jackson, a songwriter himself, joined EMI Music Publishing as an entry-level executive with an
unquenched thirst for great songs, and a mission to discover and nurture the best songwriters and producers he could
find. Within a few short years, he was on his way to carving out a place in music industry history by discovering and
signing some of the music industry’s most successful and decorated figures including Pink, Alicia Keys, The
Neptunes and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins to name a few. For all his hard work and dedication, he was elevated to the post of Sr. Vice President, Creative/A&R and was later recognized by his peers being named Music Publishing Executive of the Year by both Impact and Urban Network
Magazines in 1999 and 2000, respectively.