Music creators are entitled to compensation when their music is played live. For us to be able to send money to the right authors, we need to know that the show took place, as well as what music was played.
Compensation for live gigs abroad
When your music has been played abroad STIM will often get information about this. However, it may take up to a year and a half to get compensation. But there is a way for you to speed up the process.
Report live shows
Creators are entitled to royalties when their music is played live. STIM needs to be informed of which music has been played in order to forward royalties to the right author.
Responsible Organiser refers to companies (limited liability, trading partnership or one-man business), foundations, associations or private individuals who are legally responsible for the music performance.
Remuneration from abroad
When STIM's catalogue is performed outside of Sweden, STIM receives royalties for and details of the works performed. When music from other countries is performed in Sweden, STIM sends royalties to collecting societies in those countries.
Frequently asked questions about reporting performances in Sweden
STIM recently launched a new web service for reporting performances. On this page we answer some frequently asked questions.