This « PlayList » menu allows each member to declare recordings they participated in directly, from playlists of open reference years. This tool allows you to declare your artistic contributions easily.
🇧🇪 In order to calculate your rights in Belgium for music recordings, PlayRight uses two distribution parameters; :
These playlists are now available to members through the portal, listed by reference year. As data for classical music are slightly different, we make a distinction with the PlayLists from “classical music radios”, where a large majority of the recordings comes from classical music.
Based on the reference year, and other search criteria (title track or element of the title track, name of the main artist, playlists Klara & Musiq3) you can :
*Memo : your selection is saved even if you log out from your portal. To clear your selection in a PlayList or to clear all your selections click on Clear the selection🗑️. To delete one recording from your selection, click on Deselect.
**Note : If you select recordings from “Playlists radios & Ultratop” AND “Playlists Klara & Musiq3” and 💾export your selection, your portal automatically creates two excel file templates to download, complete and upload through the related tabs (data for classical music are slightly different).
To save you some time when declaring your recordings, the PlayList menu displays by default the broadcasts of “Preferred main artists”: these are, in fact, the main artists with whom you already have a declaration in common and/or with whom you are therefore likely to have another recording.
The ratio corresponds to the probability that you have participated or not in the recording that appears in the list. The higher the ratio, the more likely it is that you have participated in that recording. If you have not yet declared a performance for an artist, you can add him or her as your “preferred main artists” by clicking on “add another main artist”. Finally, by clicking on “enable/disable”, the recordings of this main artist will be displayed or not.