Recording Your Version of Previously Copyrighted Music

The Music Telegraph | Text 2021/10/25 [17:12]

Recording Your Version of Previously Copyrighted Music

The Music Telegraph| 입력 : 2021/10/25 [17:12]

 

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Recording Your Version of Previously Copyrighted Music

 

When you record a cover version of someone else's song, you need to get a mechanical license authorizing you to reproduce their composition. You can find out who owns the copyright by contacting ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers), BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc), or SESAC (the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers), and then contact that party directly and negotiate your own rate. Or you can contact the Harry Fox Agency, who is authorized to issue licenses at the statutory rate of 9.1¢ per song up to five minutes. Songs over five minutes are 1.75¢ per minute per song. Please note that if the rights to the recording on your master belong to someone else, the owner of these rights must be credited on your art work. 

 

 

 

 

 

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