A Week in the busy life of a Copyright/Royalties manager. Simply put, a music publisher represents the rights of songwriter’s and their repertoire of works, this is the copyright in the music and lyrics. We work to exploit these rights, to generate and collect royalties. Generally speaking, my role as Copyright & Royalties Manager at Native Tongue is to maintain our database of works, effectively administer our claims, ensure payment of royalties and resolve any disputes over copyright ownership. It’s a role that requires patience, attention to detail, effective communication, an investigative approach and a tactful personality.
Understanding Copyright Brisbane, 27-29 March 2017 Venue: Brisbane CBD venue to be confirmed. Pricing: Starts from $90 p/session. Save 10% when you register for a Full Day Package. Early Bird: • Receive 10% discount when registering for Single Sessions. • Receive an additional 10% discount when registering for a Full Day Package. • Offer ends 24 Feb […]
Now more and more people are using different mediums to produce their tracks, including session musicians. Technology can make a bassoon sound like a harp, so when session musicians are used they may find themselves contributing more than a part for their own instrument, maybe even a hook line. This Q & A will focus […]
Chris O’Neill is an incredible session drummer who has performed on countless albums and tours across the country. He is also the National Team Leader for the Writer Services Department at APRA AMCOS. He has offered us a glimpse into what a typical week looks like as an APRA AMCOS Writer Services Representative. His role is pretty diverse, as you can see below. Over to you