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Are You Ready To Advance Your Music Career, Then Put It In Writing using our high quality Music Contracts! And protect your future in the music industry now!

  1. Whether you are just starting out, or are a seasoned professional; you have to Put It In Writing using Music Contracts!
  2. If you are a musician, singer, song-writer, technician, engineer, producer, agent, manager, record company owner, distributor, independent artist, DJ, or corporate drone, you must use Music Contracts to Put It In Writing!
  3. If you are connected IN ANYWAY to the Music Industry, use our high level Music Business Contracts, protect your future and Put It In Writing!

You need music contracts to protect yourself, your music and/or your company and to keep from getting ripped off.

Where can you get music contracts?
You can hire a lawyer from 200 US dollars per hour on up (music industry lawyers typically charge 400/hour), or you can purchase them from us for a fraction of that.

Can’t afford a lawyer?
That’s OK. We’re here to help, with 101 Industry Standard Music Contracts available by Instant Download, on CD-Rom or in a Preprinted Binder. All for less than what you would pay an Entertainment Lawyer for 15 minutes worth of his time.

All 100% legal, formatted to apply to all states within the U.S. and Guaranteed to hold up in court if needed!

There’s no need to craft music contract language from scratch, no need in spending hours retyping agreements that may not be right for you.

Why pay a attorney, who doesn’t understand you or your business to put together documents, when you can have instant access to over 100 Music Business Contracts, for less than you would pay for an attorney’s time?

Save time and money, our music contracts have been used for years by a wide variety of music industry professionals.

Usable in every state, these music contracts and agreements will save you thousands in legal fees and communicate your professionalism to your clients.

Available on CD or as a instant download and compatible with your computer. You can modify each music contract in the package, or use exactly as is.

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Don’t let these scenarios happen to you!

Music Business Scenario #1:

The Black Crowes spent 2 weeks in court with a person who claimed was their manager. Backing up the alleged manager was a crumpled piece of paper with a circle, pie-shaped lines and names on it. He had booked gigs for them for 18 months in Georgia, and now he was after his slice of the multi-million dollar pie. His working relationship with the band ended 6 months before they were ever signed.

If the Black Crowes had realized the value of using music Contracts even when they were just starting out, they would have had their manager sign one, and formally terminated the relationship when it became unworkable.

Music Business Scenario #2

You and your 3 best friends decide to form a band and play out in bars. You are all doing very well, playing out 2 times a week, and making some good money. You decide as a group to buy PA equipment and a van to haul it around in. Your guitar player puts it all on his credit card, but he is reimbursed with gig money. Then, he decides to quit because he’s getting married.

He also decides to keep the PA. When you take him to small claims court to get the PA and the van or at least the cash back, the case is thrown out, because the only pieces of paper are the guitar player’s credit card receipts.

If your band had a written music business agreement regarding ownership of equipment, your guitar player would have a specific set of guidelines about how to leave the band, who owns what equipment, and how any jointly owned equipment gets disbursed.

Music Business Scenario #3

You book your band at a local bar. Your vocalist gets a cold, which develops into a sore throat. He can’t sing that night. The bar owner demands money from YOU because nobody showed up for the gig.

If you signed a music contract with the bar owner, there would be a contingency clause regarding illness or other matters beyond your control, and the bar owner may owe YOU money!

Music Business Scenario #4

It’s 3 AM. You have played your butts off for 3 long sets. You’ve packed your equipment and the other band members are loading the truck. You’re in the back office with the closing bartender. She hands you an envelope with cash in it. You take it out and count it. It’s short a couple of hundred dollars.

Of course, you complain to the bartender, but she tells you that the bar owner, her boss, said this was what the band was getting, and this is what ALL the bands get. The owner isn’t there to argue with, so you take what she offers. The owner doesn’t remember promising you the extra money the next day when you call.

If you had signed a music contract with the bar owner, it would state the price you would be paid. You show that to the bartender, and she has to give you the agreed amount, regardless of what she remembers the owner telling her.

Music Business Scenario #5

Your band’s been together for 4 years, and has a big local following. Your keyboard player and drummer want to take their music in another direction, and you all agree that the band needs to split up. She and the drummer want to take the band name, because she remembers that she came up with it over 4 years ago. You want to keep the name because you’ve worked for 4 years establishing an identity. Things get heated and nasty, nobody’s speaking to each other, and everyone has to start over again with a new name.

If your band has a music business contract among its members, it could state explicitly what happens when one or more members choose to leave, and who owns the band name.

Music Business Scenario #6

You are a friend of a band. A good friend. You help them get gigs, lug equipment, handle their website, phone hotline and mailing list. They call you their manager, and tell you that you are along for the ride. One day, a major label rep hears them and has a meeting with the band behind your back.

The meeting turns into several meetings, and you haven’t been invited. When the announcement comes that they are relocating to LA to record their first album, you aren’t on the guest list anymore.
If you had a management contract with the band, you would be protected from this situation.

Music Business Scenario #7

You are at a club and hear a band that you think has what it takes to make it. After they play, you take them aside, and discuss getting gigs for them, and shopping their demo to some contacts at labels that you have. They are enthusiastic and hand you a pile of CDs to distribute. When you have lunch with your A&R buddy, you find that they are being shopped by another agent.

A written Agent’s contract can prevent them from going behind your back to another agent.


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WHY DO I NEED CONTRACTS?

*Please note that neither the owners or operators of this website hold a license to practice law and that the following is contained here for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for legal advice. If you are in need of legal advice it is suggested that you consult a lawyer in your state/country.

I don’t need a Music Business contract. He’s my best friend.

Best friends or total strangers, putting your music business dealings in writing is the only way to ensure consistent treatment over time.
Do you really want to leave your financial future up to someone’s memory?

There are some that say business and friendship shouldn’t mix. Most of the time that statement is 100% TRUE. That’s because when you throw money into the equation, things get serious and sometimes nasty. You can avoid all these troubles from the start with a simple written music business agreement. Everyone knows what they are getting into from the beginning because it’s spelled out in black and white.

The Music Business is a Business

There are literally billions of dollars to be made in the music business. To compete successfully in any business, you have to behave in a business-like manner when you are dealing with money or property (like songs, lyrics, recordings, or equipment).
This is an industry that eats amateurs for breakfast.

If this is more than a passing hobby for you, then you simply can NOT afford to leave your agreements verbal. It doesn’t matter what your role in the music business is: singer, songwriter, musician, composer, manager, agent, DJ, recording engineer, lighting technician, roadie, A&R representative, producer, or indie label owner. If it’s in writing, there are no questions; everyone’s role is defined, and who gets what and why is spelled out.

If you are just getting started, or a seasoned veteran, the more professionally you present yourself, the more industry professionals will take you seriously. Having a contract tells them you know how to handle yourself, and you won’t let anyone take advantage of you.

Why do I need this? I can go get a lawyer, Can’t I?

Sure, you can go get a lawyer and have contracts drawn up for specific deals or for general purpose use. But Entertainment Law is a narrow specialty, and not every lawyer is going to have the expertise to think of all the contingencies or close all the loopholes.

The lawyer that handled your house purchase or your car accident is not necessarily going to have the proper knowledge to provide you with what you really need. Experienced Entertainment Lawyers can cost $200.00 to $400.00 dollars an hour (or more!) if you can even get in to see them.

This set of 101 Standard Music Business Contracts has been painstakingly crafted and compiled to meet the needs of everyone in the Music Industry.
At these prices, you can’t afford NOT to! For the cost of 2 hours of rehearsal studio time, you can have standard music industry contracts for all aspects of your music career.


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Here is a list of every music business Contract Included:

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Agreement of Distribution
Agreement of Foreign Agency
Agreement to Pay
Agva Performance Contract
Artist Management Agreement 2
Artist Producer Agreement
Artist Producer Contract
Artist Record Contract
Artist Tech Rider
Assign of Copyrights
Assign of Copyrights 2
Assign of Copyrights 3
Assign of Copyrights 4
Booking Agreement 1
Booking Agreement 2
Broad Rights License
Broadcast Agreement
Broadcast Release
Cooperative Promo Agreement
Commercial Music Agreement
Composer Agreement
Composer Agreement 2
Concert Performance Agreement
Co-publishing Agreement
Short Form Copyright Assign
Copyright License 1
Copyright License 2
Employment Contract
Event Sponsorship Agreement 1
Event Sponsorship Agreement 2
Exclusive Songwriters Contract
Exc. Musician Agent Agreement
Exclusive Songwriters Contract 2
Film Sync Agreement 1
Foreign Agency Agreement
General Partnership
Agreement
Independent Contractor Agmt
International Marketing Agmt 1
International Marketing Agmt 2
Joint Venture Agreement
Joint Venture Agreement 2
Limited Partnership Agreement
Artists Management Agreement 1
Artists Management Agreement 2
Artists Management Agreement 3
Artists Management Agreement 4
Artists Management Agreement 5
Artists Management Agreement 6
Master License 1
Master License 2
Master License 3
Mechanical Rights License
Mechanical License 1
Mechanical License 2
Merchandise Lic. Agreement 1
Merchandise Lic Agreement 2
Parental Consent
Partnership Agreement
Photographer Agreement
Prod Dist Promo Agreement
Producers Assistant Agreement
Producer/Manager Agreement
Producer Royalties
Producer Talent Agreement
Production Agreement 1
Production Agreement 2
Publisher/Record Co Contract
Publicity Agreement
Publisher Royalty Agreement
Publishing Agreement 1
Publishing Agreement 2
Publishing Agreement 3
Record Company Contract 1
Record Company Contract 2
Record Company Contract 3
Record Company Contract 4
Record Company Terms – Dist
Recording License
Receipt For Master 1
Receipt For Master 2
Record Co/Producer Agmt
Royalty Agreement 1
Royalty Agreement 2
Royalty Agreement 3
Royalty Agreement 4
Royalty Schedule
Sale of Property Agreement
Single Song Option
Sound/Light Contracting Agmt
Studio Contract
Songwriter Contract 1
Songwriter Contract 2
Songwriter Contract 3
Sync License
Talent Release 1
Talent Release 2
Talent Release 3
Technical Consultant
Union Booking Contract
Video Release
Vocalist Contract


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