copywritting my beats??

LeodPenrose

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U have to fill out a sr form from the us library of congress to be able to prove in court in case of a law suit but really by law you own the copyright to any original idea as soon as it's In a fix tangable form ie paper,cd
 

free thought

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Yes as the gentleman up there said u have to send the music to the U.S. Library of Congress but I very seriously doubt that many people actually take the time to do that.. Most people either hold on to the music or give it away.. (figuratively and literally). Also that "your music is copywritten as soon as you have an idea laid out in a fixed tangible form buisness, is BULLSHIZZIDY!! JMO
 

lion-ucs

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...that "your music is copywritten as soon as you have an idea laid out in a fixed tangible form buisness, is BULLSHIZZIDY!! JMO

You have an opinion that opposes a fact?

Your work is in fact, copyrighted once its in a form that can be heard, seen, touched, etc.. It can be fought/defended for if you can prove that you are the legal copyright holder.


copyRIGHT as in you have the right to copy, distribute, alter, sell, etc. the work.

Its not "All Writes Reserved"
 
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dwells

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U have to fill out a sr form from the us library of congress to be able to prove in court in case of a law suit but really by law you own the copyright to any original idea as soon as it's In a fix tangable form ie paper,cd


wrong one. it's the PA form.
 

dwells

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The SR form is for the sound recording, not the song, not the arrangement. just for the recording, the master. And usually the label owns this. The PA is the performance arts, it's protects the song, the arrangement, and the lyrics.

But use the new CO one instead. it's cheaper and easier. it's covers both the SR and PA.
 
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