Commercial Music Agreement Essay

797 words - 4 pages

COMMERCIAL MUSIC AGREEMENT
 
AGREEMENT made this _______ day of ________________, 199__, by and between _________________________________________________ (hereinafter referred to as the "Purchaser") and _________________(hereinafter referred to as the "Licensor").
1.The Licensor hereby agrees to produce and deliver to the Purchaser the following radio/television commercial package under the following terms and conditions:
(a) The musical style of the commercial package most desired by the Purchaser can be generally described as : ROCK, POP, COUNTRY, EASY LISTENING, and/or ORCHESTRAL (Insert your style here).
(b)The vocal style most desired by the Purchaser can be generally described as ...view middle of the document...

Licensor hereby warrants and represents that the music, melody, and lyrics of the commercial is new and original and does not infringe on the rights or copyrights of others. Licensor further agrees to defend Purchaser against any proceedings against him for copyright infringement. All costs of any such legal proceedings will be born entirely by the Licensor.
6.The period of this Agreement shall be for ______ years commencing on the date first above written. Purchaser has the option to renew this Agreement THREE (3) times of a period of one year each under the sameterms as outlined in this Agreement.
7.Licensor agrees not to license the music, melody or lyrics to this particular commercial to any other person, firm or corporation within a radius of ONE HUNDRED (100) miles of the Purchasers broadcast center. This broadcast center is defined as _____________________.
8.Purchaser agrees not to broadcast or otherwise use the performance embodied in the commercial for any other market or region outside the aforementioned broadcast center without the express written approval of Licensor.
9.Licensor agrees to provide Purchaser, at no additional cost, one reel-to-reel (7 1/2 IPS) version and one cassette version of the commercial package. Additional tapes may be purchased at the following rate:
(a)Reel-to-real copies $ 15.00 each (These are examples yours can be different)
(b)cassette copies $ 5.00 each
(c)digital copies $ 35.00 each
10.The term "commercial package", as used herein, is defined as the following:
(a)one thirty second version with no vocals
(b)one thirty second version with intro vocals
(c)one thirty second version with outro vocals
(d)one thirty second version with intro & outro vocals
(e)one thirty second version with full vocals
(f)one sixty second version with no vocals
(g)one sixty second version with intro vocals
(h)one sixty second version with outro vocals
(i)one sixty second version...

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