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Music Rights

It's important to know how music rights work, and what is royalty-free.

Music rights are a set of exclusive legal rights that typically apply to the reproduction or public performance of a song for commercial purposes. It does not include sound recordings, sheet music, etc.

They can be obtained by giving the copyright owner compensation in some form (money) for use of their work. The person who holds these rights may then decide who may reproduce and publicly perform copies of their song without consent from the copyright holder. For example: an artist wants to sell their album on iTunes, but needs permission from all artists who contributed songs before they can do so legally. A producer has many responsibilities when it comes to copyright law. Copyright law is a very complicated topic and may require you to contact an attorney for specifics about your product.

Most commonly asked questions about Music Rights