When allowing someone to use your music and recordings/masters, you need a Music and Master Synch Agreement to set out the terms on which you are granting the licence.
Synch licences can seem simple, but there are lots of layers and parameters to be considered in connection with such licences. The following questions are designed to provide us with enough information to draft a Music & Master Synch Agreement i.e. a licence agreement in which you grant someone the rights to use both musical works and sound recordings in an audio-visual production. If the owner/controller of the musical work is different to the owner/controller of the sound recording/masters, then you will need two separate agreements - a 'Master Synch Licence' and a 'Music Synch Licence'.
Submit your answers to the checklist questions below if you’d like us to draft a Music and Master Synch Agreement to fit your needs. If you can’t answer certain questions, you’ll probably need legal advice, so just put ‘I don’t know’ or get in touch!