Copyright FAQ

Am I giving away the ownership and publishing rights of my original songs by using the app?

No. Using the app and/or the Spire Studio to record does not give anyone else ownership of, or publishing rights over, your recordings.

 

Does anyone other than me have access to, or ownership of, songs recorded using the app?

No. Please be aware since your Spire Studio is not password protected anyone who has possession of it, and a compatible mobile device, will be able to access your recordings. It is not possible for anyone to access your recordings remotely.

 

Can anyone hear what I have recorded on the app without my permission?

No. Please be aware since your Spire Studio is not password protected anyone who has possession of it, and a compatible mobile device, will be able to access your recordings. It is not possible for anyone to access your recordings remotely.

 

If I use the app, is that granting permission for anyone other than myself, to hear what I have recorded on the app?

No. Please be aware since your Spire Studio is not password protected anyone who has possession of it, and a compatible mobile device, will be able to access your recordings. It is not possible for anyone to access your recordings remotely.

 

Should I copyright my songs before recording them with the app?

While we cannot give legal advice on when/if to copyright your songs, using the app and/or the Spire Studio to record does not give anyone else ownership of, or publishing rights over, your recordings. 

 

For more information, see our Legal Terms page.