How to Copyright Music?

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The best way to copyright music is to send in your album to the copyright office and either getting the whole album copyrighted or copyrighting individual songs. Avoid legal situations where music is being stolen with help from a musician and band member in this free video on music.

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This clip is how to copyright your music. You can copyright your music the poor man's way doing the poor man's copyright which is mailing your cd to yourself and that works but if you are really up against a big legal situation with a big record company it is probably not going to safe guard your music because they could change a little note here and there and they can get away with it legally. The best way to copyright your music is you can send in your whole album to the copyright office, and the form you want to use is called sr that's audio music but if you are really concerned about your music getting stolen the best way is to copyright each individual song and I think it is $30 every entry so it can get expensive but if you are really concerned about it that is the best way to do it and that's how you copyright your music.


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