First, you will need to register your tracks in your account.
Make sure your tracks are registered correctly by following the registration procedure explained here.
Remember that the tracks you previously registered with another collecting society will not be automatically transferred to Soundreef.
You will need to registered them in your new account.
Proceeding by rights categories:
Live Events: For each of your live performances, remember to create an event from your Soundreef profile before the date (at least 10 days before) to track the usage of your tracks and notify the organizer about the event itself. You can find a detailed explanation of the procedure to follow for live events here. Interested in knowing what determines the value of your live royalties? Read here.
Online and YouTube: Make sure to insert the ISRC code for all versions of your tracks and ensure that Content ID is active. How is the value of online royalties calculated? Read here, and here to know all about reporting and payment timing for YouTube and other DSPs.
Radio/TV: Don't forget to upload the MP3 file of your tracks - it's essential for radio/TV monitoring. How much are Radio and TV broadcasts worth? Find out here. When are Radio/TV royalties reported and paid? Check the FAQ.
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