How to Copyright a Song Syracuse NY

Under international law, copyright is the automatic right of the creator of the work, this means that copyright exist as soon as you have a tangible version of the music, such as sheet music and/or CDs. Registering the copyright of your work makes it easier to be compensated in court if your copyright is infringed.

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