If you are making 2,500 copies or fewer of your recording, you do not need to set up an HFA License Account. Click here to use HFA Songfile.
If you are interested in licensing music for physical formats (ie: Compact Discs, Cassettes or LP's) or permanent digital downloads (PDDs) for over 2,500 units, please download and complete the appropriate Application for HFA Mechanical Licensing Account from below:
Application for HFA Mechanical Licensing Account (Domestic/United States)
Application for HFA Mechanical Licensing Account (Non-US).
HFA licenses are valid only in U.S. territory. If you are manufacturing physical product outside the U.S. and distributing in the U.S., you must obtain an import license.
If you are interested in licensing music represented by HFA for lyrics, tablature, digital jukeboxes, background music and other digital uses, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and describe your proposed digital use.
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