the thing is there are always going to be beat thieves ..so what can you do protect yourself
Originally Posted by Crazy Pellas
when you set up a store you suppose to post you best 20 to 30 instrumentals
you can register a group of instrumentals at once and call it a day
this is why I'm more about song development and building true relationships with artists and other music business professionals
those who really want to steal will steal and those who steal 99.9% of the time won't do anything but listen to the beat and freestyle to it (not recording) some will record vocals over it and it will sound like trash so nobody will want to hear it,or they will do it up and record it professionally and release it commercially and you'll be able to sue
make sure you keep your paperwork and session files organized
that's just my viewpoint on the matter
I'm not going to worry about thieves stealing my car,my money I just keep it moving everyday and do what I need to do for my business and family..
intellectual property protection is important I get that but music privacy is just the price of doing business in music today
and like I posted above your duty as a production company is to get your music sold and maximize your revenue streams so focus on that.
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