Our services have being used and approved since 2007, among our 41.229 registered songwriters so far. Among them are several lawyers, music business representatives and successful writers like yourself, who understand how song protection works and make us proud for having them with us. We encourage you to learn as much as you can about this subject, not only with our website, but through your own research and independent legal advice of your trust.
As mentioned before, you are welcome to submit your songs for copyright protection. The first one is totally free, no obligations or hidden fees. Our website also works as an excellent way to promote and market your songs. Artists and their representatives find here a secure and constantly growing catalogue where they search new material for their next releases, on almost every music style, such as rock, pop, RAP, country, gospel, classic, instrumental, blues, R&B, world music, dance and electronic. We are a legally based copyright protection institution, not a music publisher or record company. Your rights will remain entirely in your possession.
How to copyright a song for free? Our instituition provides you with a legally binding, certified document of music registration, protecting lyrics, melody and arrangement (if included). According to the laws of the United States, and more than other 160 countries, your song is copyrighted to you in the very moment it was created. You DO NOT need to comply with any formality to secure copyright. Any legally binding proof of your declaration of authorship over a song is like a registration itself, a proof of copyright. So the correct question should be: How to obtain a proof of copyright? Unlike many people think, there are not that many ways to obtain proof of copyright that is good in court, like through the US Copyright Office. The reason for that is because many alternatives to that registration can be easily faked. Unsuccessful ideas include: Mailing a CD to yourself, posting on YouTube, sending a song by e-mail or recording a live performance. All of those ideas came from correct concepts, but at the end they are not really effective. They lack certified timestamp or can be faked with ease.
If you would like to know more about our copyright process, you are welcome to see How It Works