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:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Include a link to where you purchased/downloaded the track. 
  4. 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.