Hey all, As you may or may not recall, I had asked about handling of band revenue in an earlier thread, and as advised, we had a band meeting and got everything hammered out, including an agreement since we were about to spend some coin in the studio. Long story short, we have agreed that all revenue (including songwriter and publishing royalties, sync fees, etc.) that derive from the songs we record/perform together will be split, regardless of who wrote them. So in short, a good outcome and one that we think will help ensure the longevity of the group since the whole 'money' bit is sorted. The specific question I have is this. Since we're now publishing our songs to various streaming and downloading services, etc. it may (if things take off) be a case where we would want to ensure we get some of those songwriter royalties for the pool. So in a situation where one band member wrote the songs (chord progression, lyrics, melody), but is in an agreement to pool all royalties among the band members who performed on that song (including assignment of copyright to a publishing entity formed by the band members to administer any interests), how would we fill out things like songwriter credit? i.e. should we list the actual songwriter (or songwriters, since there may be some collaborative works in the future), or is there some other method we'd need to follow when dealing with BMI, ASCAP, etc. in light of the pooled royalty pool and reassignment of copyright? Again, just trying to sort all of this out in advance to make things easier if/when the time comes where one of the songs takes off. Thanks again everyone for the awesome advice thus far!