How to find bmi ipi number

How do I find my IPI number?

You can obtain your IPI/CAE number from your PRO by either logging into your PRO account, contacting your PRO or by performing a search in the public repertory on both ASCAP and BMI. Search your name and the IPI/CAE will appear next to it.

Where do you find your IPI on BMI?

Is my BMI account number my IPI?

The IPI/CAE number is an international identification number assigned to songwriters and publishers to uniquely identify rights holders. This is a separate number from the BMI account number.

Where can I find my ASCAP IPI number?

You can obtain your IPI/CAE number from your PRO by either logging into your PRO account, contacting your PRO or by performing a search in the public repertory on both ASCAP and BMI. Search your name and the IPI/CAE will appear next to it.

What is IPI name number?

Interested Party Information
An Interested Party Information (IPI) number is a unique, international identification number, usually 9–11 digits long. IPIs are assigned to songwriters, composers and music publishers that own the rights to music.

What is Samro IPI number?

An IPI number is a unique identifier used worldwide. All collecting societies assign a unique IPI number to help identify you and your work wherever your music may play in any part the world.

What is CD Baby IPI number?

An IPI is a 8, 9, or 10-digit number assigned to you by your PRO. If you are unsure what your IPI is, you can locate it by searching your name in your PRO’s public repertoire or contacting them directly. You may also be able to locate it from within your songwriter portal with your PRO.

What is songwriter IPI number?

Interested Party Information
Think of it as a social security number for songwriters & music publishers. An IPI (or Interested Party Information) number is assigned to songwriters and publishers by their Performing Rights Organization (PRO) to uniquely identify them as international rights holders. It is usually between nine and 11 digits.

Is BMI a publishing company?

Broadcast Music, Inc.

BMI represents more than 1.2 million songwriters, composers, and publishers with over 18.7 million musical works.

What is a BMI IPI number?

The IPI/CAE number is an international identification number assigned to songwriters and publishers to uniquely identify rights holders. This is a separate number from the BMI account number. IPI stands for: Interested Parties Information. CAE stands for: Composer, Author and Publisher.

How do I find my IPI number on Cdbaby?

Your IPI or CAE number can always be found on your PRO’s website. Most PROs have searchable public databases (sometimes referred to as a public repertory/repertoire) where you can find songwriter and publisher information, including IPI/CAE numbers and works registrations.

Is CD Baby Pro publishing worth it?

If your music gets a lot of traffic, CD Baby Pro Publishing could be worth the extra cost. CD Baby Standard leaves money on the table that you can’t collect, unless you have a publisher or publishing administrator.

What is my PRS ID?

Your membership (CAE/IPI) number is your unique identifier and links your account to your works. It’s the fastest way to search for your works in the database and you’ll need it to use most of our services on the website.

How do I find the ISWC code on Ascap?

You can obtain an ISWC by visiting the ISWC International Agency. In the U.S., ASCAP is the official ISWC issuance agency, but even if you are not a member of ASCAP you can still get an ISWC.

How do I get a Samro relation number?

You can contact SAMRO 4 weeks after you have submitted your application forms. SAMRO will then provide you with a relation number which you can use to track the status of your application.

Where do I find my PRS tune code?

Where do I find my tune code? You can find tunecodes for all your registered works by logging in to your online account and selecting the My works button on the homepage. Look for the tunecode column in the listed works. You can also find the tunecodes of works by other writers by using the the search works tool.

What is PRS tune code?

Tunecode: A seven digit and one letter unique quotable signifier for every work on the PRS system.

How do I open a PRS account?

Enrol for a PRS account in a few simple steps. Just set up your profile, select your preferred PRS Providers and funds followed by your e-banking payment. PRS Online’s security features include email and mobile phone verification upon signing and payment confirmation.

What is a tune code?

An ISWC (or International Standard Musical Work Code) is 10 unique characters assigned to a composition — the international standard for identifying musical works. Much like an ISRC, ISWCs help separate your compositions from similar works by pointing out a piece’s title, songwriter(s), publisher, and song splits.

Do I need PRS if I have DistroKid?

You don’t need to be registered with a Performing Rights Organization in order to collect your earnings from the streaming services you distribute to via DistroKid, but you’re welcome to do register your works with them for additional publishing administration outside of DistroKid.

How do I find my PRS database?

Searching works

If you don’t know your membership number, it can be found within the My works section. Once you have entered your membership number and selected search, the database will find your repertoire and return search results which have your membership number listed on the work.