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While you don't gain full ownership of an exclusive beat in the same way you would own a physical object, you do acquire exclusive rights to use it in your music. This includes:

Sole Usage: You become the only person with the right to use the beat for your specific project.

Master Recording Rights: You can register the combined work (your vocals/lyrics + the beat) with performance rights organizations (PROs) like ASCAP or BMI, allowing you to collect royalties for public performances and streams.

No Further Sales: The producer cannot sell the beat to anyone else once you have purchased the exclusive rights.

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How to collect royalties your music generates.



Music Distribution: What is a music distributor


A music distributor is a company that takes your mastered song and cover art and distribute them to music stores such as Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Google, Deezer, etc.


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distrokid.jpgDistroKid is a service for musicians that puts your music into online stores & streaming services. It is the easiest way for musicians to get music into Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Tidal, TikTok, YouTube, and more. With DistroKid, you can upload unlimited music and keep 100% of your earnings.
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Soundcloud for Artists.jpgSoundCloud for Artists is an all-in-one platform for music creators. It makes it easy for artists to share their music, get discovered, build their profile, grow their fanbase, and get paid fairly. They also allows artists to submit their tracks for national airplay via SoundCloud Radio on SiriusXM and distribute their music to other major streaming platforms and social networks
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Collect Performance Royalties.



Performance Rights Organizations


A performance rights organization (PRO) is an entity that collects royalties for songwriters and publishers when their music is played in public. A PRO issues licenses to users of music, such as radio stations, restaurants, and streaming services, and distributes the fees to the rights holders.

BMI.jpgBMI stands for Broadcast Music, Inc., it is one of the largest performing rights organizations in the United States. It represents songwriters, composers and music publishers who create and own musical works. BMI licenses the public performance of these works to businesses and media outlets, such as radio and TV stations, nightclubs, hotels, and online platforms. BMI collects license fees from these users and distributes royalties to its members.
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ascap.jpgASCAP is a performance-rights organization that protects the musical copyrights of its members by collecting and distributing royalties for public performances of their works. ASCAP stands for American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. ASCAP has over 920,000 members and represents millions of songs from different genres and styles. ASCAP also advocates for the rights and interests of music creators in the industry and society.
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SESAC2.jpgSESAC is a for-profit performance rights organization in the United States. It was founded in 1930 as the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers, and is the second oldest performance rights organization in the United States. SESAC has 30,000 composers and over 1 million compositions in its catalog.
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