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  1. MUSIC LICENSE AGREEMENT This license agreement (hereafter referred to as the “AGREEMENT”) is made between the [LISCENSEE NAME] (hereafter referred to as the “LICENSEE”) and the copyright owner(s) [COPYRIGHT OWNER’S NAMES] (hereafter referred to as the “LICENSOR”), in regards to the musical composition embodied in the [THE WORK] mobile application (hereafter referred to as the “Work”) on the date of the signing of this agreement set forth below. GUARANTEE LICENSOR guarantees that it owns and controls the rights represented herein with respect to the recordings and the musical compositions in the Work and has and will hold throughout the TERRITORY and during the DURATION the above listed rights to exploit the Work as contemplated herein. LICENSOR shall indemnify and hold the LICENSEE harmless from any and all claims, liabilities and costs, losses, damages or expenses (including attorney’s fees) arising out of any breach, allegation, claim or failure of any covenants or warranties made by the LICENSOR herein. GENERAL TERMS The mechanical, synchronization, and performance rights granted to the LICENSEE within the AGREEMENT include (1) right to re-record, duplicate and release the Work as part of a production in whatever medium(s) necessary (i.e. video tape, film, CD-ROM, DVD). If the music is used in software such as a video game application or other software product, the music will be “embedded” with the intention that the end user of the software or video game is unable to extract or use the music on its own; (2) right to use the music as a soundtrack “synced” with visual images as part of a production; and (3) right to use the music as part of the public viewing or broadcast of a production (including but not limited to TV shows, videos, DVDs, Web Sites, podcasts, multimedia presentations, and films). The LICENSOR grants LICENSEE an exclusive perpetual license to use the Work herein. RIGHTS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS AGREEMENT The rights granted to the LICENSEE do not permit the LICENSEE to (1) claim authorship of the music represented under this AGREEMENT; (2) transfer, share or sub-lease this license agreement with any other party; (3) copy or duplicate the Work except for use in the LICENSEE’S productions; (4) permit any other individual or third party the right to use the Work in place of the LICENSEE; (5) resell, trade, or exploit for profit the Work contained herein outright or as part of other music and/or audio-related collections, in part or in whole, to any other individual or party (although the music can be sold as part of the production, which is a clear and distinct product from Work itself.) TERRITORY The territory of this contract is the entire universe. CREDITS The LICENSEE is not required to credit the Work to the composer, publisher, or LICENSOR in the LICENSEE’s productions (in liner notes, rolling credits, verbal acknowledgment, etc.) DATES The term of the contract is effective on THE DATE SIGNED BELOW. FEES The LICENSEE agrees to pay the LICENSOR a one-time fee of [ENTER AMOUNT ALREADY PAID]. The LICENSEE will not owe any future additional royalties or fees to the LICENSOR for future use of the Work within the terms of this AGREEMENT. THIS CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE PARTIES HEREIN. Licensor __________________ [LICENSOR SIGNED DATE] [LICENSOR PRINT NAME] Licensee __________________ [LICENSEE SIGNED DATE] [LICENSEE PRINT NAME] This will be the contract.
  2. Here’s the capture so you can verify the information.I think this trend will help a lot to other sellers and costumers. What i’m going to do is offer a license of use via contract. Thanks!
  3. Thanks! But i have news. I was talking with support and they said this: "You are not being complicated, I meant, I did not want you to get confused by allowing this to be more complicated. Yes, if you choose not to sell the Commercial Use license and prefer to sell your music for person use only, you are welcome to do that. You will keep the full rights to your music. " I think this clarifies all the issue. I keep FULL rights, so i can still use my work as i wish.
  4. The order is completed. I did not gave the commercial use extra. You can’t assume something that you didn’t order, that’s the issue. I’m not changing any agreements since i did not made any appart from sell the music. By the way, i didn’t knew the 14 days deadline for a delivery to change terms.
  5. Important information update: The team support said this: “If you want your music to remain your music, then that is fine. You are not obligated to do it because a Buyer requests it. Let the Buyer know that you would prefer for your music to be for personal use only. You can even add that in the Gig Description, so that buyers know this ahead of time.” So, from what i’m understanding, if i do not sell my commercial use right, i can still use my music. Do you understand the same?
  6. That is not correct. If the seller didn’t say they offer a commercial use license, then they buyer can use it any way they choose to. So, he does not own all the rights? Or he does? What rights am i keeping?
  7. Wouldn’t putting it as part of a portfolio be business-related (eg. would help get future orders, sort of like an advertisement) and so be commercial use? I don’t know if that counts as commercial use since i’m not making any money out of those videos. I can just show my work for free. As an artistic expression. Of course, i can’t say anything like “buy music for me” on that video or something alike
  8. Also, if i did not mention anything about an agreement regarding the commercial use, nothing can be asume appart that there’s no agreement.
  9. That’s the problem. When i create a custom offer, i can’t see any extra i’m offering, there’s no option. So i did not offer the commercial use and since this client is requesting commercial use if it’s neccesary (so he can have all exclusive rights) i asume he do not saw the commercial use option either. I contacted support and they said that, if i want to, i can send him another offer when i state in the description that the offer is for commercial use.
  10. The main reason because i need to know all of that is because i want to use the music i made for a personal video, no profit intended or anything commercial related. I just want to have my music on youtube and share it as part of my portafolio and my client prefer that i rather not to.
  11. Hello people! I hope you can clarify a doubt that i have. I know that once you sell you work on fiverr, all the intelectual rights are given to the buyer unless stated otherwise in the gig description. I client bought a custom offer i made and apprently he did not buy the commercial use extra. I didn’t knew how to offer it neither since i can’t see my extras when i’m creating the custom offer. What rights am i keeping on my work if i do not sell the commercial use? Is it still mine or he has alredy all the intelectual rights? Can i offer just a license of perpetual use and keep my rights on my work? What i want to do is to keep my intelectual rights or at least some rights upon my work before selling him the commercial use right, and i want to give him that right only through license, not via transfer of rights. Can i do that? (i’ve just updated my gig description and stated that i will keep all my intelectual rights on my works. That only applies to further jobs right? ) Thanks! I know this seems complicated. Sorry hehe
  12. Thanks to all! You were very helpfull. I sended my client an extend time request and he aceppted. All fine by now! 😄
  13. By accident i’ve send a custom offer with delivery time set to 1 day. I told that to the client and he was super nice to me and said that the delivery time does not matter to him. can i ask him to cancel it and then send it another custom offer? Or this is a bad idea? Will his cancel affect negatively my status as a seller?
  14. I tried the incognito mode but the blue bar won’t even move either
  15. i’ve been using chrome but i will try using the Incognito mode and i let you know if it works. I even tried using internet explorer and it was the same.
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