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For example has a copy of the songs you submit so if you ever ran into legal issues all they would need to do is find the song you submitted to them, has an actual copy of the track.
So what you are saying is BMI and ASCAP just goes by the title of the work you submitted? is not something they can or will ever pay any attention to whatsoever.
Meaning if someone just renamed it, made a song to your beat and got the song played at there local stations ASCAP or BMI would not be able to track it because its under a different name than the one you registered the song under? and radio stations are required to fill out cue sheets for their programming which list song titles used. there are also services, such as competitrack for ads, which keep track of how many times a spot airs. and radio stations are required to fill out cue sheets for their programming which list song titles used. there are also services, such as competitrack for ads, which keep track of how many time a spot airs. If you make a beat and someone uses it, it's up to you to prove ownership of it, and sue them if necessary.
once an ad is done, you/the publisher need to submit a bunch of info to the PROs to help track the ads (i.e. once an ad is done, you/the publisher need to submit a bunch of info to the PROs to help track the ads (i.e. oto for advertising spots there are departments at the PROs which handle those type of things. I'd say that it is extremely likely that the entire notion of trying to track that down in any way is a tremendous waste of your time.
I would call them (they are usually helpful) and will lead you to the right people and give you a list of what's needed. Unless you get to the place where your song is getting play on a major radio station, it will likely not be included in the sampling system used to determine which songwriters get paid. For traditional radio, I think they still rely on playlists and people manually taking down samples of what's being played on the radio, and generating estimates from that. In the incredibly unlikely event that someone steals your recording, uses your beat, and actually makes any real money from selling the song (that part alone has odds like the lottery)...
you might be able to also find this on their websites. best, john Yeah they started doing this for a bunch of streaming stations. ASCAP uses Media Guide for fingerprinting/auditing. then you can take them to court, but bmi, ascap, etc... The realest advice I can give: Stop worrying about it and get your stuff out there... If something you own rights to makes it into their system, then there's one more bit of paper trail. Ok, say you are a music producer and you make beats or whatnot how would ascap/bmi know that your beat was used on a particular song and they themselves do not have a copy of the song?