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    Music Law: Recording, Management, Rights,

    and Performance Contracts TUTORiAL

    P2P | Nov 07 2014 | 119.4 MB

    Music contracts are tricky, but you’re more likely to have a successful career in the music business if you can understand and negotiate their terms. In this course, author and attorney Rich Stim covers the main language, concepts, clauses, and stipulations in four major types of contracts: recording, management, performance, and rights agreements. For example, when it comes to record contracts, it’s important to know how advances and royalties work, how to maintain creative control, and what happens when a member leaves a band. Rich also tackles management contracts, describing what managers can do for you—and what to do when you need to let them go. Next, he explores the basic terms, riders, and payment options in performance contracts. Then learn about releases, artwork permissions, publishing and producer agreements, and other types of legal arrangements. Rich wraps up the course with a discussion of oral agreements, attorney fees and roles, and five basic rules worth remembering for every music contract.

    Topics include:
    Why bother with a contract?
    Understanding terms, options, royalties, and deductions
    Making provisions for marketing
    Including warranties and indemnity clauses
    Hiring a manager
    Understanding performance contracts
    Getting permission to use samples
    Creating a band partnership
    Record keeping
    Going through mediation or arbitration

    INFO: http://redi.se/jau
    Music Law: Recording, Management, Rights, and Performance Contracts TUTORiAL


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