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  1. questionWhere can I find examples of composer contracts?
    We've included examples of three common types of film, television and video game composer contracts as attachments below:1. Composer Package Deal Contract - This type of agreement is typically use ...

  2. questionWhat is a Music Coordinator?
    A music coordinator works with the composer or songwriter to establish an accurate and realistic budget, and manage the music creation and recording processes to make sure the budget is maintained ...

  3. questionWhat is a Contractor?
    A contractor is in charge of hiring musicians for a recording session for film and television. In England and other parts of the world, contractors are known as "fixers." Contractors, with the ass ...

  4. questionWhat does a Music Supervisor do?
    The music supervisor typically handles the negotiation and licensing of outside music used for a film, and handles other music business matters such as negotiating record contracts for the soundtr ...

  5. questionWhere can I find examples of music licenses such as sync and master licenses?
    Click on an attachment below to view our sample film & television music licenses. These documents are provided as samples for your reference, and are de ...

  6. questionWhere can I find examples of downloadable US Copyright Registration forms?
    The U.S. Copyright Office has forms available including instructions.The copyright office's website is at http://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/forms/>The two forms you most likely will be interested ...


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