Check the contract in detail and let all parties sign, print their name and the date of the agreement. Create multiple copies, at least one for each game. Keep your copy handy at all times. Never give your music to someone until the contracts are signed by all parties. These fields are quite self-explanatory, but they are important to completely create your license agreement. Define the financial terms of the agreement in as much detail as possible. If you pay the music for a specified amount, indicate that amount, indicate who should pay and indicate when the payment is due and to whom the cheque should be written. If you receive a percentage of the revenue generated by the music that uses your beat (s), indicate the exact percentage and other details of the revenue share model. In the figure below, you will find a summary and a comparison between the granting of non-exclusive and exclusive licenses. Please note that the “Non-Exclusive” and “Flow” limit does not apply to Unlimited licenses. Write down the terms and conditions of the contract. State between whom the agreement exists, z.B.

Your name as a producer, and the name of the artist, labels or studios who wants to use your beat. Your non-exclusive licensing agreement must include a “validity date” (the date you purchased the license) and an “expiry date” (this may also be a period after which your license expires). Z.B. 5 years). Enter the specific (s) beat (s) name that you rent to the other party. Please indicate that the agreement is only good for specific rhythms and not for your entire catalog. With respect to the beat license, a non-exclusive agreement authorizes an artist to create such a “new version” using copyrighted material by manufacturers. This licensing agreement is legal proof that the manufacturer has given them permission to use the beat. Write down the length of time and the specific purposes for which the (s) beat (s) can be used, if any. For example, if you allow your rhythms to be used in a song, but not in an advertisement, state it in your contract.