Rights govern the licensing and legal permission for the use and sale of music on Apple Music and the iTunes Store. Rights are set during the initial upload and can be updated at any time by modifying the metadata.
iTunes Producer, iTunes Connect, and Transporter can all be used to send metadata updates for clearances.
You can set a wholesale price for playlists and tracks for every country or region where you have rights to sell your music. For rights and clearances, pricing is controlled during the initial upload and can be updated by metadata through iTunes Producer, iTunes Connect, or Transporter.
To update clearances in iTunes Connect, you need Admin or Technical role privileges. iTunes Connect can also be used to adjust territory rights, wholesale prices, sales start dates, and Apple Music and iTunes Store start dates.
To set rights and clearances for your music in iTunes Connect:
Playlist and track-level changes appear immediately on iTunes Connect. Unless scheduled otherwise, allow up to 24 hours for the changes to appear on Apple Music and the iTunes Store.
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