Songwriters, ever get the feeling that you’re being screwed over?

By Hans Ebert

Below is something written on my Facebook page yesterday as something came to light about one of my songs.

Think about this: You write a song. It’s your art. Perhaps naively, you sign the Publishing Rights to a global music publishing house. Why sign it to them? Because they’re big and big is good and you think you might be the next Ed Sheeran. And then you hear- almost one year later- that the song has been sold to a client as a sync deal.

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