How do I know if I am a Featured Recording Artist?
A recording artist, whether a solo performer or a performing group, is “featured” on any recording where that artist is identified most prominently in print or otherwise on the sound recording.
What does it mean to be a “Sound Recording Copyright Owner”?
The US Audio Home Recording Act of 1992 (AHRA) defines an SRCO as the party, under US Copyright Law, who owns or controls the exclusive right to reproduce the sound recording or authorize others to do so.
Session Musicians, Background Vocalists, and Artists who participated on a recording who are not featured may collect from the AFM/SAG-AFTRA Fund.
Publishers of musical works may collect from Harry Fox.
Have you somehow participated in the production of a sound recording and are unsure if you are eligible to collect royalties? Contact Us