Songtrust is a 1-stop shop for global publishing administration. Songtrust collects your performance, mechanical, and YouTube composition royalties and offers a suite of other advanced tools for handling your publishing catalog.
 
 Audiam only collects mechanical royalties and handles YouTube monetization.  (If you are using Audiam for YouTube monetization on behalf of your sound recordings only, you can--and should--use Songtrust as well.  More info on that here.)
 
 Songtrust takes a 15% commission and allows you to opt out of collection on your own YouTube channel. Songtrust also has access to collection in more territories.
 
 Audiam takes a 25% commission on third-party-content claims.
 

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