In most cases compilation licenses grant the right to distribute the licensed master as contained on the album on a non-exclusive basis, but not the right to monetize them. Only the original producer of each song is allowed to claim and monetize the content on YouTube.
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- YouTube Music and Sound Recording Revenue Services
- What are "Monetizable Views?"
- How do I view and use the monthly YouTube Sound Recording Revenue Report?
- What is the monthly YouTube Sound Recording Revenue Report?
- What's the difference between YouTube Music and the YouTube Sound Recording Revenue Collection Service?
- Are there any recurring fees associated with monetizing my audio?
- How are videos that use my music impacted by the YouTube Sound Recording service?
- Can someone prevent YouTube from placing ads on their video?
- YouTube Sound Recording Revenue Collection Service: Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I make money?