Instead of a needle drop fee or laser drop fee (royalty per
use), the TeleVideo ® Music Library buy-out license grants you
what might be called a lifetime
blanket (a 99 year term). This form of licensing lets you use the music worldwide as many
times as you like for a one time charge. Your licensed uses
include audio, video, industrial films and slide presentations as well as multimedia, television,
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No, the term copyright free is a misnomer. Even if a piece
of music is in the public domain, the sound recording is probably under copyright. Other so called
license-free approaches can be misleading as well. While they avoid the
work of signing a license agreement, they also avoid spelling out the rights you
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Basically there are 3 rights you need for AV/Video:
Mechanical, Synchronization and Public Performance. The mechanical right lets you re-record the
from a purchased CD or music download. The synchronization right lets you put the music into time
relationship with a picture. Finally, you need the Public
Performance Right. Your TeleVideo ® Music Library Buy-Out License provides
you with all 3 important rights. Other methods are also used when necessary.
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You can charge your clients for the music you include in
their projects when you also add other audio and/or visual elements. Your investment in a buy-out
music from TeleVideo ® Music Library can provide you with
significant added revenue. In fact, youll pay for your buy-out music purchase with your very
Yes, indeed, even if you are producing an AV/Video project
for a client who will actually be the exhibitor. It is a good idea to always supply your client
a copy of your CSS (Content Scramble System) license along with your invoice. Some shows do
require exhibitors to prove their right to use music. If you do
not have a copy of your music license (sample of music license), request a copy by
sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, provide
the title of song, date of purchase and which music store you purchased it from i.e.,
amazon.com, cdbaby.com, iTunes,com, etc. After your purchase is verified, you will be sent an
email with your license in the form of an attachment. We recommend you save attachment (s) to a
created folder named,
"TVPC Music License". Note: All downloaded music require a distinct
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TeleVideo Music Library Usage
If your project will be broadcasted theres no problem.
However, we do request that you list Creative Support Services Music (BMI) on your cue sheets.
There is no additional fee of any
kind for broadcast use. If you are a broadcaster, you would be covered under your arrangement with
Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI).
TeleVideo ® Music can be used
commercially, when the music is combined with other audio and/or usual elements added by you, the
Licensee, and when the music is not a featured
part of any such project or product but rather an incidental or background element.
Although theatrical motion pictures use of this music is not
covered by the Standard License, this use is available with an additional license.
Where can I
find the license agreement?
Our EULA (end-user
license agreement) describes all terms and
conditions for purchasing and using the TeleVideo
Production Music library. Please
contact us if you have any questions about the
license terms. View
sample of the music license) Once music is purchased
and downloaded, please send an email to:
TeleVideo Music and request a copy of your