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- April 15, 2021 at 12:11 pm in reply to: What Happens if Member of ASCAP but a Publisher Is SESAC? #37697briangoralParticipant
I find myself in a similar situation. I am an ASCAP writer and completed an album of tracks at the end of last year for a large publisher. I just discovered that a few years back they removed their entire catalogue and affiliation from ASCAP to SESAC. I couldn’t figure out why months after the release my tracks did not appear in my dashboard portal or in the repertory search. They do appear when I try to register them myself and can see my IPI, splits, and that said publisher is with SESAC. From my understanding from the ASCAP site, international royalties will eventually appear via ASCAP but I’m not sure how I will get anything domestically in the US as SESAC is an exclusive invite only PRO. I read that SESAC should disburse royalties to the writer, but there is no way to see any statement of usage. I only know of usage because of Tunesat. Anyone have any further experience with this?