| Commentary

307 Recording rights

| Commentary

307 Recording rights

It should be noted that the composer’s agreement will not entitle the production company to any rights in recordings of music written by the composer. Where these recordings are made by the production company, the copyright in them will normally vest in the production companyon the basis that the that the production company is the ‘producer’ of the recording within the meaning of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 Section 9(2)(aa). It would be anticipated that in those circumstances the production company would obtain a written acknowledgement from the individual producer of the recordings that that

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