FAQ - Do I own my publishing if I don’t have a publishing company?

As a songwriter, you inherently own the publishing rights to your music and you retain creative control.

Member Comments

Posted by charles nunez on 2004-11-08 at 6:15:15 pm

does this also apply to producers?

Posted by Darrell C. Murphy on 2004-11-10 at 5:45:10 am

Iwant to let someone listen to my song,
do I need a release form, to protect myself from them using my song without my premission.

Posted by dan trilk on 2004-12-10 at 10:47:45 am

I’m in a band with 2 other people and we just finished a full length recording which is getting some interest but isn’t picked up yet.  should we start up our own publishing company now or just sign up as individual writers?

Posted by Lisa Lindsey on 2004-12-26 at 3:45:45 am

Please forgive me for doing this, this is not an attempt at spam or a means to promote myself. I’m simply trying to help others in the music business.

I have a homepage, largely dedicated to helping aspiring artists, located at: http://Vixette.1hwy.com

On my hompage you will find several informative articles. One of these articles deals with the exact topic of Publishing, establishing your own publishing company and why you would want to do so.

I hope that you and others find the information on my homepage useful.

Avec amour,

Lisa

Posted by Miguel Richardson on 2005-02-18 at 4:30:19 pm

How often are the publishing royalties paid, is it based on a certain amount per album sold?

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