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    I want to upload my mixes to youtube but I keep getting copyright strikes

    Hello,
    I uploaded a few mixes this weekend and I got 1 strike to my understanding you get 3 strikes then they take your channel down. Before invest more time into it how can I get around not getting strikes ? I understand the music is not mine but how do I not get strikes ?


    Your response would be highly appreciated!!!!

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    BanHammer™ Manu's Avatar
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    https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2814000


    How to get info about your strike
    Sign in to YouTube Studio.
    From the left Menu, click Videos.
    Filter for Copyright claims.
    Hover over 'Copyright claim' in the Restrictions column and click SEE DETAILS

    I understand the music is not mine but how do I not get strikes ?
    Don't put music you don't own on a platform that strikes music you don't own.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manu View Post
    https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2814000







    Don't put music you don't own on a platform that strikes music you don't own.

    I understand that but then how do these other DJs upload music ?

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    make sure your vids or account are/is demonetized. That will help some however, commercial tracks will most likely be flagged regardless.

    My mixes (I don't have many on there) get flagged for tracks but the message I receive is that the artist will receive ad revenue and I don't have to do anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rek_Aviles View Post
    make sure your vids or account are/is demonetized. That will help some however, commercial tracks will most likely be flagged regardless.

    My mixes (I don't have many on there) get flagged for tracks but the message I receive is that the artist will receive ad revenue and I don't have to do anything else.
    I get the same message, but sometimes they turn off the video completely, and then I have to delete one song in the middle of the mix, before they let it be played. It also depends what country you are in. The USA is a lot more forgiving than other countries. Some of my mixes play in some countries, and not others. You don't know what song will get a strike until you put up the mix. Most of my mixes play just fine with no copy right strikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panotaker View Post
    I get the same message, but sometimes they turn off the video completely, and then I have to delete one song in the middle of the mix, before they let it be played. It also depends what country you are in. The USA is a lot more forgiving than other countries. Some of my mixes play in some countries, and not others. You don't know what song will get a strike until you put up the mix. Most of my mixes play just fine with no copy right strikes.
    Figured this would still happen with more commercial/pop tracks but i haven't experienced this yet. Thanks for the heads-up.

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