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May 16, 2013 ... The good news is, if you're copyrighting your own music, you can submit ... For a lot more useful songwriting information, grab my free EBook ...

blog.dozmia.com/how-to-copyright-a-song

Nov 3, 2016 ... If the artist/band records their own songs, and pays for their own masters, then it is more likely the artist/band will be the author of the sound ...

www.wikihow.com/Copyright-a-Song

As soon as it's recorded, it's copyrighted - now you just need to have it .... What is my first step? ... You cannot copyright the music, because you don't own that.

www.easysonglicensing.com/pages/help/articles/copyright/how-to-copyright-your-music.aspx

In fact, music is automatically copyrighted the moment you create it in a tangible medium, like on paper or on ... All you have to do is write your original song down on paper, or record it, and you own the copyright. ... When is my work protected?

www.bmi.com/faq/entry/how_do_i_copyright_my_song_and_or_collection_of_my_songs

Your composition is copyrighted automatically when the work is “created,” which the law defines as being “fixed” in a copy or a recording for the first time.

www.copyright.gov/circs/circ50.pdf

A musical composition and a sound recording are two sepa- rate works. A registration for a musical composition covers the music and lyrics, if any, embodied in ...

www.copyright.gov/circs/circ56a.pdf

A musical composition consists of music, including any accompanying words, ... music) or in the form of a phonorecord (for example, cassette tape, LP, or CD).

blog.sonicbids.com/how-to-copyright-your-music

Mar 17, 2016 ... This step-by-step guide makes copyrighting your music stupid easy. ... Starting with creating your own account, register a new claim. ... But fret not, my friends – you are uber-protected from the moment you submitted your ...

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Dec 20, 2013 ... Actually I just registered all the songs from my upcoming album (and some ... If you just own the composition (not the sound recording/master) ...