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How To Legally Record And Sell A Cover Song in 3 Steps

By Guest Post on under Music Licensing, Music Industry Law, Music Marketing, Legal Music Tips, Recording, Distribution, Guest Post

If the popularity of user generated content (UGC) platforms, such as YouTube and SoundCloud, has taught us anything about the music industry in the Digital Age,


23 Common Questions About Copyright

By Nicholas Rubright on under Music Licensing, Legal Music Tips, Music Industry Law, Copyright

When it comes to intellectual property, things can get confusing quickly. If you're getting ready to release some new music, it's a good idea to have


The Difference Between BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, and SoundExchange

By Nicholas Rubright on under Legal Music Tips, Musicians, BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, Music Licensing

Many independent artists don't understand the difference between BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, and SoundExchange. Let's break it down for you. Feel free to comment for questions or


How to Copyright a Song (or All of Your Music) in 6 Steps

By Nicholas Rubright on under Musicians, Music Licensing, Legal Music Tips, Music Industry Law, Copyright

If you recently released a new single or album, it's important to copyright your new music as soon as possible. Technically, in order to copyright a