Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, for any additional questions please contact us at email@example.com.
If you are a SESAC/SUISA member you will profit from Mint’s services automatically.
If you are a publisher, then you have to sign an agreement with the Mint companies. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Above all, Mint values the users and their experiences across all points of online music licensing. Our mission is to give our users as much information as possible, in the most concise way.
Simply fill out the form, and a Mint representative will be in touch to assist with the enrollment process as soon as possible.
Mint affiliates will receive royalty checks on a monthly-basis when applicable. Affiliates will receive statements on time, packaged in the most concise way possible.
10% for licensing and administration, 8% for administration.
Yes, Northern Africa, Near and Middle East, Russia and Eastern Asia.
Dedicated to user experience, Mint focuses on each rightsholder by individualizing our approach to each catalog. Mint provides management of song and writer information to include additions, updates or third-party ownership claims. We also provide the member with self-service tools, which helps the member manage their catalog in real-time.
Yes, using Mint’s premium data matching. Mint has the largest database in the world of compositions to recording links. This database enables Mint to identify recordings of member’s related compositions to determine whom else recorded the song. Having that link between member’s compositions and recordings also helps with licensing and royalties being paid.
Yes, Mint is available to other major publishers and collecting societies.
Yes, Mint can collect both performance and mechanical royalties for all online music and video content.
The new EU directive requires from a collection society in Europe to be in a position to license directly in different territories for their members. The reason for this is, that the European writers and publishers should profit from a direct licensing process, that optimize the process and deduct less commission fee. At the end the writer and publisher should get more royalties from their works which are used in Online Services.
Yes, Mint can provide both performance and mechanical licenses.
All digital service providers.
The Mint companies administer copyrights for online usage on behalf of songwriters, composers and music publishers. This will lead to the most comprehensive and accurate data available in the market while significantly improving online licensing for its creators, copyright owners and digital service providers.
The standard information given to any collection society for share claims. Date of creation, split percentages with author, etc.
Mint will provide its members with the same services of SESAC Performing Rights, the Harry Fox Agency and Rumblefish, currently available to its U.S. clients.
That’s fine, it’s just necessary for the rightsholders/publishers to be affiliated with Mint.
Yes, the Mint management team has dedicated years of experience maximizing the value of copyright on multiple platforms across the world. Most importantly, Mint values its members first.
For any additional questions, kindly email email@example.com and a representative will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you!
For any additional questions, kindly email firstname.lastname@example.org and a representative will get back to you at the earliest convenience. Thank you!