Have you recently licensed music from scottholmesmusic.com then out of the blue
received a copyright claim against your video? Don't panic. Here's how to fix it...
Youtube, Facebook and Instagram use a recognition software that scans the music in your project to see if you used copyrighted material.
We do not register our tracks in this system so if you have a claim it’s either a “false-positive” (the software is wrong) or someone is trying to steal our music and claim it as their own.
Please do the following:
- Appeal the claim! Do not remove your project.
If either Youtube, Facebook or Instagram warns that you may be using copyrighted music, choose to upload your project anyway.
- When YouTube, Facebook or Instagram ask you for a reason check, type the following:
“I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material” then attach your license you received with your download.
- In the comments put a link to where you downloaded the track.
- Fill out the form below with all the details about the claim: track title, composer, name, company, label that have registered the track.
This way we can do something from our side.