As a music producer, it’s important to protect your sound recordings of beats when selling them online. One way to do this is by using a service like DistroLock, which allows you to put a “lock” on your beats that prevents artists from illegally distributing songs made with them.
DistroLock works by adding a unique identifier to each beat, which can then be tracked and monitored for unauthorized use. If an artist tries to distribute a song made with one of your locked beats, the identifier will trigger an alert, allowing you to take action to stop the infringement.
Another way to protect your beats and monetize content on YouTube that uses them illegally is by using the YouTube Content ID feature from Airbit.com. It doesn’t have to be Airbit, there are several services that monetizes your beats through YouTube Content ID. This service scans the internet for videos that use your beats, and gives you the option to monetize them by displaying ads or collecting royalties.
While DistroLock and YouTube Content ID are not foolproof, they can be effective tools in protecting your intellectual property and ensuring that you are fairly compensated for your work.
Protecting your sound recordings of beats is crucial for music producers when selling beats online. DistroLock and the YouTube Content ID feature from Airbit are great and easy options for producers to protect and monetize their beats from unauthorized use. It is important for music producers to stay vigilant and stay on top of new technologies that can help them protect their beats. Make sure you get paid for your work!