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Re: Anyone license their music?

Actually Im struggling a bit with the legality of this, I am a member of Tono the Norwegian Perfoming Rights company, and yet I have been licensing my stuff in corporate films through my contracts with my film clients.. apparently I HAVE to register my works with Tono, and then THEY will charge my clients... If this is the case, my clients will simple tell me NOT to use my own music (as they dont want to pay any additional fees in a project) and tell me to use freebie library music instead... There is SHITLOADS of VERY hight quality free music out there now, that all my colleagues use, everything from Ambient, to Dubstep to Classical... too much infact. Tono, which is supposed to look out for my rights as a recording musician has effectively removed my only chance to write music in my work...



On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 5:34 PM, mc kr <marcusloops@gmail.com> wrote:
I was interesting in finding out how I could license my music for use
in commercials/movies. I do ambient/textural stuff that I feel would
be most appropriate for such things.

Anyone work with an agency, or did people approach you?

What kind of recording quality is expected? Do you have to work to
particular standards for audio/video collaboration?

Mark Francombe
twitter @markfrancombe