Compile the multiple similar works into one collection. For musical works this might include taking several different songs and placing them on one CD. For literary works this might include taking multiple essays and compiling them into one book.
Select a name for your collection of multiple similar works. The name could be as simple as an album name or a brief title describing the nature of the works.
Obtain a copyright application or sign up for the U.S. Copyright Office's online application system. Online registration is preferred as the filing fee is lower and you will be permitted to upload your work to the Copyright Office.
Complete the copyright application by providing your background information, information pertaining to your works, the collective title for your works, the dates of creation and publication, and a statement as to any preexisting material in your work or any previous attempts to publish your work.
Provide the Copyright Office with a copy of your works. If you selected the online application you can upload your works directly to the Copyright Office. If you selected a paper application you will need to mail your works to the Copyright Office.
Pay the applicable filing fee associated with your registration.