you have to get copyrights from music company and register with them for release...
I'm sorry for the delay. I've just been very busy lately. Okay to start off make sure you have it copywritten. If it's a song with vocals you need to register it with soundexchange also. You need to also join a Performance Rights Organization. Your two choices are BMI or ASCAP. There's not really one better than the other so you'd need to research which is best. If you plan on forming a publishing company then be sure to sign up for both. From here you should learn about how to write a license which I will be making a hub for in the near future. This basically gives someone certain rights to your song like maybe for one movie use or only in a certain territory. From here you find people to license your music to. Your best bet is with independent producers. They really won't have a large budget so you would be there savior. lol This of course doesn't cover it all but if you're really interested in learning more I'll make a whole hub strictly on publishing your own music. I'll even make it a guide so there will be something to follow. In the meantime, visit our site at www.fruityloopsindiemusicmaker.com. We discuss a ton of topics you would benefit from.
by Kirst Lou 6 years ago
I'm a song writer and I want to know how to copyright my lyrics-..Anyone know?
by webismine 7 years ago
How is it done?
by peachpower 5 years ago
So, it has come to my attention that copyrighting things may be a pretty good idea. I was wondering how you guys are doing it.I understand that one can register with the actual copyright office for a small fee (naturally), but that seems a little extreme. I just want to protect myself and my work....
by Anthony Goodley 5 years ago
After noticing a bunch of broken links appearing on my hubs I traced the problem to where I link to MyFreeCopyRight.com on each of my hubs. When I tried to login to MFC it said I didn't have an account at all. Next I tried to email the website several times and have as of yet to receive a...
by eilander1542011 8 years ago
What is the safest way to copyright a written work?I realize there are multiple ways to copyright materials and I've heard mailing it to yourself doesn't work anymore.
by dellea 5 years ago
I haven't been in HP for a spell because work has kept me so busy for the past few weeks. Upon my return to publish a new hub, I finished my work and included my usual (and short) copyright notice in a text capsule. When I went to publish my hub I saw the style notice which indicated that HP added...
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