We need to know how much revenue is generated from your active licenses using Tracklib samples. That means you have to report any revenue generated from them. This is done twice each year, in January and July. You have 30 days from the end of the reporting period to report and pay (if needed) revenue.
This page contains a list of all of your songs with active licenses. You need to click the button next to each song and report the net revenue every song made during the last period. If you have received late revenue for the previous period, report that for the current period.
If there's no revenue to report, you still need to report 0 (zero) revenue for that song so we can be sure that you actively reported to us.
As you add revenue to each of your songs the check mark on the left in each song turns green to show you that you have actively reported on that song. Based on your reports, we will calculate the royalty (revenue share) you need to pay to us.
Once you've reported all songs you need to pay us if the total amount reaches more than $20/€20/£20. If it doesn't, you don't need to pay during this period and it'll be added to the next period's report.
It's only possible to pay once all songs are reported. Once you pay this reporting period is closed and you are done. If it doesn't reach the minimum (but you have reported for all songs) the reporting period closes automatically after 30 days.