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The Basics Of Music Publishing

The Basics Of Music Publishing

Here Wendy Day breaks down the basics of music publishing, explaining the different channels through which artists can earn money from their published works, and how they can get those works published. Guest post by Wendy Day, @RapCoalition and of Songtrust Wendy Day is a label consultant who helps build successful careers for independent artists and record labels, ...


How To Guide To Music Rights, Royalties For Creative Licensing

How To Guide To Music Rights, Royalties For Creative Licensing

Structured somewhat differently than other types of creative licensing, music licenses, copyright, and royalties are designed to fairly distribute profit to all parties involved, but not all music royalties are the same. Here we look at the different categories for musical rights and royalties and what they mean. Guest post by Jessica Kane of Symphonic Distribution Music ...


SoundExchange Royalties: The Producer’s Cut

SoundExchange Royalties: The Producer’s Cut

Attorney and artists advocate Chris Castle lays out how SoundExchange deals with royalties due to the producers of the sound recordings to which they hold the rights, and how their share is calculated and paid. Guest post by Chris Castle of Music Technology Policy We often get questions about whether producers get a share of webcasting royalties. ...


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