USA Music Copyright License & Royalty Agreement
Under the terms of this USA Music Copyright License & Royalty Agreement, a music publisher gives a record company the right to use copyrighted music.
- In return for getting the rights to record the songs / compositions, the record company pays the publisher a royalty on each sale of the recording.
- The license is only for music products manufactured and sold in the United States.
- The record company must provide quarterly statements and royalty payments to the publisher.
If you're a music publisher in the USA, you need to have the Music Copyright License & Royalty Agreement as part of your contract templates.
Last Updated: 11-June-2016