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You upload your songs on singseller, we market, promote and distribute your songs, we pay you directly into your bank account on weekends! In addition to digital store distribution,we also broadcast  your songs in our participating radio stations, utilize them in commercials, callback tunes, VideoGames and create awesome revenue with your projects. Singseller is trusted by more than 1,000 musicians from around the world.

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The music industry relies on royalties generated by the licensing of copyrighted songs and recordings as a primary form of payment for musicians.
A “royalty” is a payment made to an asset owner for the right to use that asset. A “royalty interest” is the right to collect a share of future royalty payments.
Royalties are a “cut off the top” of revenue earned for the use of the asset. The owner of a royalty gets paid before stockholders, company executives, and so on. Royalty payments are typically made at specified intervals, such as monthly or quarterly.
Music royalties are derived from copyrights, which are a type of intellectual property. “Copyright” is a legal term that describes specific rights held by artists and other creative types over their original works.
U.S. copyright laws give exclusive rights to the creators of original works, and no one can use another's copyrighted works without a license. In the music industry, the licensing of copyrights are the basis on which royalty payments are made 

Music Copyrights & Royalties

Music created today is protected by copyright laws when the work is “fixed in a tangible medium of expression.” Any work produced after January 1, 1978 is protected for the lifetime of the last surviving author plus an additional 70 years.

The music business generates multiple types of royalties, and each royalty stream is dependent on the kind of copyright it is associated with.

Every song has two copyrights

The Composition: For the song as it is written (think: lyrics & melody)

The Sound Recording: For the song as it is recorded (what you actually hear)

Types of Licenses

The royalties generated by the Sound Recording Copyright are called “Recording Rights” (sometimes “Master Rights”). Royalties stemming from the Composition Copyright are referred to as “Publishing Rights (sometimes “Songwriter Rights”).

Both copyrights generate royalties based on different uses of the composition or recording.


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