What does the Music Reproduction Licence allow?
You can now make copies from publication easily and affordably where the song owner is on the Authorised Catalogue List and whose publications are on the Authorised Publishers List.
Reduces Delays – No need to wait for copies to appear at the post office or music store.
It’s easy – You purchase only one original and you can make multiple copies.
It’s affordable – You pay an annual fee based on your estimate of copies made.
It’s ethical and legal.
Enlarges the range of your music.
What does it cost?
The annual fee for a Music Reproduction Licence is determined by the number of copies you would like to make.
These prices will be effective on October 1, 2010
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How is the Music Reproduction Licence different to the Church Copyright Licence?
The Church Copyright Licence is for reproduction for congregational worship such as bulletins, overhead transparencies etc. The Music Reproduction Licence allows you to make multiple copies of music for musicians and singers.
What are my responsibilities?
- You must reference all music to be copied to ensure it is covered by the Licence. For each piece of music to be copied, the song owner must be on the Authorised Song Owner List, and the publication owner must be on the Authorised Publication Owner List.
- Must own an original of the music from which you wish to make copies.
- Mail in a completed Worksheet every twelve months listing the copies made during that period.