From adaption, to synch,YouTube and beyond — below are all the varying licensing request options and the appropriate points of contact for each.
For any release where the original work has been manipulated in some way (ex. lyric changes, translations, samples, mash-ups, etc.), approval is required. To start the approval process, and to eventually secure a license for your derivative work please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A print license is required to create and use an arrangement, regardless of ensemble size or the intent to publish the arrangement. Both sheet music reproduction and lyric reprint fall under this category. To learn more or to obtain a print license please contact us at email@example.com.
Synch Licensing Requests
For film, television shows, advertisements, video games, accompanying website music, movie trailers etc., please visit our Synch page.
US & Canadian Mechanical Licensing Requests
Mechanical rights encompass the right to reproduce a piece of music – whether it’s being released as a CD, download, etc. Please note that if your release is a straight cover a mechanical license is required. For physical copies like CD and Vinyl, and one-time digital downloads, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For the rest of the world, a license can be obtained by visiting each territory’s respective collection society.
YouTube Licensing FAQ
Click Here for answers to the most frequent questions we're asked about YouTube licensing.