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Major Music Publisher Portals


SCORE offers a state-of-the-art, global centralized database and highly accurate, transparent data from more than 70,000 income sources globally and unrivaled  royalty analysis.


UMPG Window offers comprehensive views of where, when and how your music is being played and earning royalties globally. The technology provides users with clear, complete and real-time access to information and earnings – now with a download capability.


It is designed to benefit all of our songwriters and partners, enabling you to access your data easily on the go. With this app you can: review your royalty figures, keep track of all works you've delivered to Warner Chappell Music, and pull more info on your top earning works.

Indie Music Publisher Portals


Technology-driven music publishing, Songtrust empowers creators to take ownership of their publishing royalties with an easy-to-use dashboard. Calculate the streaming royalties you might be owed with Songtrust's Royalty Estimator. 300K+ Songwriters. Easy Account Set-Up. One-time registration fee. 4x Year Payouts. Global Royalty Collection. Control your sync rights.


Kobalt is one of the world's largest, most innovative music companies, ... transparency, ownership and control for artists, songwriters, publishers, and labels.


The Mechanical Licensing Collective (The MLC) is a nonprofit organization designated by the U.S. Copyright Office pursuant to the historic Music Modernization Act of 2018.

In January 2021, The MLC began administering blanket mechanical licenses to eligible streaming and download services (digital service providers or DSPs) in the United States. The MLC will then collect the royalties due under those licenses from the DSPs and pay songwriters, composers, lyricists, and music publishers.

If you are in a publishing deal ask your publisher if they have registered you with The MLC. If you are self-published you will need to register yourself. 

PRO (Performance Rights Organization)

PROs pay performance royalties to songwriters and publishers. These royalties are paid out for songs played on the radio, TV, in venues like bars or restaurants, and for streaming.


ASCAP is a professional organization of 825,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers, founded and governed by its members, and the world leader in performance royalties, advocacy and service for music creators.


BMI, a leader in music rights management, advocates for the value of music, representing over 17 million works of more than 1.1 million copyright owners.


SESAC is an invitation-only Performing Rights Organization that represents the world's top songwriters, composers and music publishers.

Sound Recording

The sound recording, better known as "The Master," is handled by the artist or record label if they're signed. The royalties paid out from the sound recording are, streaming royalties, neighbouring royalties, digital performance royalties, and sync licensing fees.



AFM & SAG-AFTRA Fund collects and distributes royalties to non-featured performers across three major areas. Those three areas are: Sound Recordings, Audio/Visual, and Symphonic, each of which has its own specialized division. 


SoundExchange is the sole organization designated by the U.S. Library of Congress to collect and distribute digital performance royalties for sound recordings.

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