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Music Publishers Frequently Asked Questions
If you are thinking of getting into the professional music industry or simply want to know more about how the industry works, the following frequently asked questions about music publishers will get you off to a good start:

What is a music publisher?
The general public hears quite a bit about music producers and music labels, but not so much about music publishers. The music publisher, as it turns out, is actually quite important. He or she is the person responsible for ensuring that the musical artist gets paid for commercial air play.

How does that work?
When a song writer or singer composes a piece of music or releases an album, he or she signs an agreement with a publishing company. The agreement gives the company copyright power to use the music. That company is then in charge of disseminating the song or songs, granting companies, radio stations, or other broadcasters the rights to use the music for certain purposes. These licenses for use are then monitored by the publishing company so that terms are complied with and proper royalties can be collected in exchange for the use of the music. Guarding the musician's intellectual property is one of the greater responsibilities of a music publishing company.

How long does a publishing agreement last?
A publishing contract can last a lifetime, depending upon the agreement. Some musicians do their own publishing so as not to lose complete control of their own intellectual property. Others decide to buy back the copyright at a later date. As with any business agreement, it's important to ensure that your publishing company keeps your best interests in mind.

 
 
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New York Jazz Workshop, Llc
149 West 46 Street, New York, NY 10036
The New York Jazz Workshop is a community-based jazz music school for students of all ages located in midtown Manhattan near Times Square. We offer private instrumental lessons, vocal lessons and etc.
(646) 205-2800
Imperial Dynasty Records,Inc.
514a Main St,Ste 691, New Rochelle, NY 10801
Imperial Dynasty Records,Inc. is A Independent Hip Hop Label operated By POLO BIG. Imperial Dynasty Music (A.S.C.A.P) is a Subsiduary Of Imperial Dynasty Records,Inc. That is Music Publishing.
(800) 772-7619
Metric Records
N/A, Eastchester, NY 10709
Contact Eastchester, NY's indie record label Metric Records at (917) 266-2151 and help us discover raw, untapped talent.
(917) 266-2151
Planet DVD
250 River St, Hackensack, NJ 07601
(201) 996-0199
Jerona Music Corp
224 King St, Englewood, NJ 07631
(201) 568-8448
Modern Musical Methods
90 S Demarest Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621
(201) 387-7772
Gopam Enterprises Inc
8 Massa Ln, Edgewater, NJ 07020
(201) 969-0700
Mcglad Productions
8614 Columbia Ave, North Bergen, NJ 07047
(201) 869-3344
F Sharp Production Limited
35 W 81st St, New York, NY 10024
(212) 265-6637
Subito Music Service
60 Depot St, Verona, NJ 07044
(973) 857-3440
Nancy Wertsch Music LTD
3007 Netherland Ave, Bronx, NY 10463
(212) 749-5882
Mayimba Music Incorporated
5030 Broadway Ste 658, New York, NY 10034
(646) 386-7757
Sweet Lullaby
300 Franklin Ave Ste 3, Wyckoff, NJ 07481
(201) 485-7572
Princess Music Publishing Corp
1650 Broadway, New York, NY 10019
(212) 586-0240
Verse Music Publishing
330 W 38th St Rm 405, New York, NY 10018
(212) 564-0977


If you are thinking of getting into the professional music industry or simply want to know more about how the industry works, the following frequently asked questions about music publishers will get you off to a good start:

What is a music publisher?
The general public hears quite a bit about music producers and music labels, but not so much about music publishers. The music publisher, as it turns out, is actually quite important. He or she is the person responsible for ensuring that the musical artist gets paid for commercial air play.

How does that work?
When a song writer or singer composes a piece of music or releases an album, he or she signs an agreement with a publishing company. The agreement gives the company copyright power to use the music. That company is then in charge of disseminating the song or songs, granting companies, radio stations, or other broadcasters the rights to use the music for certain purposes. These licenses for use are then monitored by the publishing company so that terms are complied with and proper royalties can be collected in exchange for the use of the music. Guarding the musician's intellectual property is one of the greater responsibilities of a music publishing company.

How long does a publishing agreement last?
A publishing contract can last a lifetime, depending upon the agreement. Some musicians do their own publishing so as not to lose complete control of their own intellectual property. Others decide to buy back the copyright at a later date. As with any business agreement, it's important to ensure that your publishing company keeps your best interests in mind.

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