Last edited by DaGSpotSoldier; 04-21-2010 at 04:29 PM.
you can submit up to 20 tracks
* aside from the practical limitations if you're registering online - but even then, it seems that you're able to submit far more than 20 tracks through a single session: http://www.copyright.gov/eco/faq.html#eCO_2.3
More amazing info! Thanks = D
Props, nice post!
I'm glad somebody finally cleared up that poor man copyright crap just pay the money to do it right so you won't get screwed in court.
great info. a friend mentioned doing the poor man's copyright and wondered how it would hold up in court. i guess registering with bmi or ascap is just the best way to go
And registering with BMI, ASCAP, or any other PRO is entirely different from registering your copyright. You register your copyright in the event you ever need to file a lawsuit. You register with a PRO to collect public performance royalties. Two separate concepts.
Thank you so much, these posts taught me alot.
Ya, Copyright.gov is pretty straightforward and quick to use, granted they have an interface that looks and runs as if it is 10 years old, and seems to only be 100% compatible with Internet Explorer. But it is only $35 to file a copyright on an entire collection or series of songs, and you can .zip them up and upload them instantly.
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