| Commentary

338 Soundtrack agreement

| Commentary

338 Soundtrack agreement

A further means of obtaining production finance is available in the case of a production with a substantial musical content, and consists of entering into an arrangement with a record company to produce the sound recordings required for inclusion in the production in return for being granted the right to exploit the sound recordings in record form throughout the world or in certain predesignated territories1. This type of arrangement is to be contrasted with a soundtrack album licence where the producer of the film will licence the finished soundtrack to a record company2.

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