If the song's still in copyright (check with the music publisher), you'll need to contact PRS For Music, who can provide costing details per x copies. If out of copyright, that song won't need licensing.
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- Sun Jun 21, 2015 4:13 pm
- Forum: Music Copyright
- Topic: Musical work / sound recording copyright
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Provided you i) only licensed it to the record label (rather than 'assign', which means sell/no longer yours) ii) haven't let said record label have exclusive rights to being the only person who can record your composition iii) own the composition CR 100% then you can make however many recording you...