HFA provides the following services to its affiliated publishers:
HFA does not:
To obtain print rights or sample clearance, you need to contact the music publisher directly. For more information on how to do that, read on.
To obtain a performance right, or to gain representation for your work for the use by others, we suggest you contact the U.S. performance rights societies. Their websites contain search engines that can also assist you in finding publisher information for print rights or sample clearances.
For "master use" or sampling rights, you will also need to contact the owner of the master recording, usually the record company that issued the original recording. You can discover what record label issued the recording by looking it up on a retail website, such as amazon.com.
Other websites that may be helpful to you for your research are:
Sweden’s X5 Enlists HFA’s Slingshot for US Licensing Needs [+]
INgrooves Shifts Rights Management to HFA’s Slingshot [+]
Neurotic Media Taps HFA’s Slingshot for Full Service Rights Solution [+]
Copyright Clearance Center Teams Up with HFA for Music Licensing on Copyright.com [+]
Matthew Beekman Joins HFA as CTO [+]
HFA Supports Rhapsody in U.S., Germany, UK [+]
HFA’s Slingshot Provides Rights Management Solution to Direct Holdings Americas [+]
HFA Licensing Services Support the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards® [+]
HFA’s Slingshot Delivers Music Rights Management Services to Google Play [+]
Amazon Taps HFA for Licensing Services [+]
HFA Releases Top 10 Publishers Airplay Charts [+]
HFA needs your help finding publishers who have lost contact with us.
HFA is the foremost mechanical licensing, collection, and distribution agency for music publishers in the U.S.
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