「Your album distribution request was rejected by out quality control team」という内容のメールが飛んできた。
「Your track violates our copyright infringement guidelines. The exact track exists on popular music services and cannot be re-released. Please replace the audio with original music. Submitting music you do not own can result in BeatStars shutting down your account. Your track violates our copyright compliance and may contain material you do not own. Please replace it with original music」
Beat ID will be able to find uses of your beats/songs on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Audiomack, Dailymotion, TikTok, Instagram, Spotify Podcasts, Twitter, Datpiff, Facebook, Gfycat, Giphy, Imgur, LiveLeak, MixCloud, My Mixtapez, Oddshot, OK, Pear-video, Reddit, Soundcloud, Streamable, Tenor, Triller, Twitch, Twitch Clips, Vimeo, VK
What should a musician do after discovering that a song of theirs is being used?
If you discover that someone has used your beat, you can use that information to start your collection journey all within the BeatStars Platform. Here’s how:
1. First, you can use your discovered information with Beat ID to register and distribute your beat through BeatStars Distribution. Once you distribute the beat, you can enable YouTube Content ID. Every time this beat generates money on YouTube, you will be able to collect and keep 100% of the ad revenue. Just make sure that the beats you distribute are only being sold as non-exclusive licenses.
2. Second, you can use the information that you discover from Beat ID to search and see if the song has been released to DSPs. If it has, you can now sign up with BeatStars Publishing, then register and collect your share of the music publishing generated by the song.