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Basics of a Cue Sheet

Posted On07/01/2020
If your music is used in a film or television program, filing a cue sheet with a PRO (Performance Rights Organisation) is an important step in getting paid for your work. Cue sheets are the primary…
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A Simple Guide to Copyright (part 4)

Posted On29/11/2019
...continued from part 3 Relevance of copyright in the monetisation of your works For monitoring both the sound recordings and the underlying works [i.e. musical works, and literary works], you need…
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A Simple Guide to Copyright (part 3)

Posted On28/11/2019
...continued from part 2 Can published and unpublished works be registered? Yes, both published and unpublished works can be registered. Copyright in works published before 21st January, 1958, i.e.,…
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A Simple Guide to Copyright (part 2)

Posted On27/11/2019
...continued from part 1 Two types of copyright for music The composition — which is usually a combination of the music [“musical works”] and lyrics [“literary works”] and is commonly…
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A Simple Guide to Copyright (part 1)

Posted On25/11/2019
Introduction The Copyright Act, 1957 (the “Act”) came into effect from January 1958. The Act has since been amended five times, i.e., in 1983, 1984, 1992, 1994, 1999, and 2012 with the Copyright…
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