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Apple Music has created a Process that will Properly ID and Compensate DJ Creations with a Portion of Industry Royalties

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It's being reported today that Apple Music announced that it’s created a process to properly identify and compensate all of the individual creators involved in making a DJ mix. Using technology from its audio-recognition app Shazam, Apple Music is working with major and independent labels to devise a fair way to divide streaming royalties among DJs, labels, and artists who appear in the mixes. This is intended to help DJ mixes retain long-term monetary value for all creators involved, making sure that musicians get paid for their work even when other artists iterate on it. And, as one of Apple’s first major integrations of Shazam’s technology, it appears that the company saw value in


Historically, it’s been difficult for DJs to stream mixes online, since live streaming platforms like YouTube or Twitch might flag the use of other artists’ songs as copyright infringement. Artists are entitled to royalties when their song is played by a DJ during a live set, but dance music further complicates this, since small samples from various songs can be edited and mixed together into something unrecognizable.


DJ Charlotte de Witte said in a statement on behalf of Apple: "Apple Music is the first platform that offers continuous mixes where there’s a fair fee involved for the artists whose tracks are included in the mixes and for the artist making those mixes. It’s a step in the right direction where everyone gets treated fairly. I’m beyond excited to have the chance to provide online mixes again." For more on this, read the full TechCrunch report.


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