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Thanks Brian, good one!
Does anyone know any method to sort the BMI catalog digitally and make finding new entries simpler?
No but you can contact them and they will send you a spreadsheet/csv file of all your registrations. That might help.September 16, 2020 at 2:23 pm in reply to: Are there certain show genres more likely to ask for publishing? #35776
This has been going on for a decade or more. Nothing new.
Yep, What LAwriter said.
Anyone with advice. I’ve been in contact with a library, The sync fees are few and far between. The library is offering upfront to give up sync. Option only.
I would say no but it’s more about your particular situation and how much upfront.
Use this link. Been discussed here before. https://musiclibraryreport.com/search_gcse/?q=%20W8-BEN
I’m not familiar with EU copyright rules. In the U.S. when you want to use an audio recording in a TV show or video you need a sync license. Depending on the situation, it may be an individual sync license, per use, or many times a library will issue a blanket license. The blanket license could have a one time fee or annual fee to cover the libraries complete catalog or a subset of the catalog. Hopefully I have explained this clearly. If not someone will straighten me out! 🙂
BTW it is SESAC not CESAC.September 12, 2020 at 7:33 am in reply to: New Copyright Rules for “Group of Unpublished Works” #35740
So how much would it cost to register 100 songs with them?
$850 in groups of 10 at $85 for each group. Every piece of music must have the same writer(s) in each group.
From what I understand is that you can only be member at one PRO at the time, or you exempt a region or country.
That is correct.