Amuse protects and monetizes your music whenever you or a YouTube user upload the track/video on YouTube.
If you have received a message after an upload to YouTube that the audio in your video is claimed by Amuse this is good news. This means that we collect money for you on this platform too. The Content ID is under the Amuse name but the copyright owner is always the artist.
You can simply ignore the claim.
We deliver the tracks to YouTube, not for uploading but to claim the recording for the artist. When we deliver music to YouTube (which is a choice within our list of stores for delivery), YouTube will provide a system called "Youtube Content ID" that will claim the copyright of your music. And this is fantastic if you want to possibility of making money on YouTube. If the track or parts of the track is used in a video, the artist's own or someone else's, Amuse will monetize and collect payments for the artist to withdraw from the app. The YouTube Content ID restricts how people can upload and use your music/content.
If you would like us to remove this feature, simply contact us and we will quickly help you out. Whenever you upload you have the choice to skip YouTube among the stores in the app.