How does a composer sell music for song? 

Music compositions are actually licensed. That is how money is made. As a composer you own the copyright. The music can then be put into various media and put on the market. The music can be licensed for use in film, television, video games any where there is a need for music. Selling your music means you are selling the copyright.

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