A joint work is a work that is created by more than one person with the intention that each person’s contribution will be merged together into a single work. Unless there is an agreement stating otherwise, the authors of a joint work are equal co-owners of a copyright.
Articles in this section
- What is a copyright?
- What are the benefits to using Cosynd versus registering my music myself?
- What are the benefits to registering your copyrights?
- What are the rights of a copyright holder?
- I am not based in the US. Can I still register my works using Cosynd?
- Is music copyrighted once it’s created or published?
- What is "Poor man's copyright?"
- What is a “joint work?”
- What works can be protected by copyright?