Back To Resources

" Music copyrights are split into two parts.

One covers the original sound recording (known as the master rights) and the other covers the composition (known as the publishing rights) which protects the underlying melody and structure of a song.

Performing right royalties are paid in relation to a song’s composition and are paid to songwriters and publishers whenever a musical composition is performed or broadcast publicly....

Read Article

Third party content may appear on the Site or may be accessible via links from the Site. We are not responsible for and assume no liability for any third party content. You understand that the information and opinions in the third party content represent solely the thoughts of the author and is neither endorsed by nor does it necessarily reflect our belief.

Back To Resources