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DDEX's works standards provide a suite of messages that give a uniform mechanism to enable companies to exchange information on ownership of musical works embedded in Releases, and to request and to be granted licences for using the such musical works that are embedded in Releases. The works notification and licensing standards are typically used by DSPs and/or record companies to request information on right share ownership and to licences work from music rights societies and/or music publishers, and for such societies and publishers to provide information, licences and/or licence rejections.
 
DDEX has also defined how to physically exchange such licence requests and grants, alongside supporting documentation, for the licensing of physical products in Canada.

Before starting an implementation, DDEX recommends to read Starting an Implementation and Licensing DDEX Standards

Exchanging Right Share Information and Making Claims

DDEX has published standards and choreographies that cover a number of processes relating to making claims on, and the licensing of, musical-works.

The six "core" processes presently covered by the DDEX standards and choreographies are:

  1. A licensor wanting to notify a licensee of its claim(s) to musical-work(s)
  2. A licensee requesting information on a licensor's claim(s) to musical-work(s)
  3. A licensee wanting to augment the information it holds on musical-work(s)
  4. A licensee requesting license(s) for usage(s) of musical-work(s)
  5. Maintaining the licensor/payee information in the "Letters of Direction" process.
  6. Notification and resolution of “duplicate-claims” on musical-work(s)

The standards are highly inter-compatible and share a common ontology.

Additional processes are being developed. Once this work has concluded, the licensing section of the DDEX Knowledge Base will be updated.

 

Licensing Musical Work

 

Contact DDEX

If you have a question or suggestion or if you are experiencing problems with your implementation, please feel free to contact the DDEX Secretariat; we may be able to help.

 

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