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  • What is a Publishing Administration Company?
    A Publishing Administration company is responsible for licensing, registering and administering compositions on behalf of the songwriters or the copyright holder that they represent. A Publishing Administrator assumes no ownership of your compositions whatsoever. That means 100% of your copyright remains with you. By enlisting the help of a Publishing Administration Company, you – the copyright owner - can rest easy knowing that the heavy lifting is taken care of, ensuring you get paid, so that you can focus on creating. Understand how your royalties can be managed efficiently by a publishing administration company!
  • What are music copyrights?
    There are two copyrights in each piece of recorded music. One for the lyric and melody, which is called the musical composition and the other for the sound recording. The instant you write a song, you get a copyright. The instant you write a song you also become three things: 1. The Songwriter, because you wrote the song. 2. The Publisher, because you own the copyright to the song. 3. The Publishing Administrator, because it is your job to give the licenses and collect the revenue that is generated from your copyright when it is used. When you are the songwriter, publisher and publishing administrator you are termed as a self-published artist. However, like most artists, you can make a deal with a publishing administration company enabling you to focus on what you do best: CREATING! Take the first step in claiming what is owed to you now!
  • How can a song make money?
    If you want to make a business out of your music and earn money you have to license and collect revenue from multiple streams. These are the 6 ways your song makes money. 1. The right of Public Performance (performance royalties) 2. The right of Reproduction (mechanical royalties and synchronization royalties) 3. The right of Derivatives (translations, sampling) 4. The right of Public Display 5. The right of Distribution (the ability to commercially distribute the sound recording) 6. The right of Digital Transmission (the ability to digitally distribute the sound recording on an interactive or non-interactive platform Read in detail about the how song revenues!
  • What are the different types of royalties?
    Performance Royalty It is important to know that a song's structure is split into two: composition and master recording. The composition refers to the lyrics and the underlying melody of a piece of music, while the master refers to the particular (and usually final physical) recording of that song. Performance royalties specifically lay with the composition only. Performance royalties are earned when a song is publicly performed, plain and simple. That, however, doesn’t just mean live performance, but also means when a recording of the song is played publicly, such as over the radio or at a bar or gym -- or streamed on a service like Spotify. Mechanical Royalty Mechanical royalty is the revenue received to reproduce a piece of music onto CDs, DVDs, records and tapes. This also includes downloads.  Sync Royalty When reproduction of music is paired with a visual, i.e. made into a soundtrack of a film or TV show, the reproduction is called “synchronization,” and the license that the TV or film producer needs to obtain is called a synchronization, or “sync,” license. Don't leave money on the table. Earn your royalties now!
  • What kind of music can be registered?
    A wide range of music can be registered including but not limited to Feature Film Songs, Channels ID, Music Album, Film Background score, TV Title Score, Advertising Jingle, TV Serial background Score, Theme Music for TV Shows & Events. Get in touch to understand if your music can be registered.
  • Who can earn royalties?
    All music creators can earn royalties including Music Authors & Lyricists, Music Composers, Music Publishers, Producers & Labels. Find out today if you are eligible to earn royalties.
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