The costs incurred are the responsibility of the party who chooses to do this work, since it invests on a case-by-case basis. Expenses may not be billed to the other party or deducted retroactively from future royalties or royalty-sharing revenues between the parties in this agreement. If, at a later date, another employee should be required to write a new arrangement, a poetry in a foreign language. Amendment for use in an advertising or for some other reason, the percentage of royalties for original employees will not be reduced to less than one third of the musical share and will not be reduced at all to the lyrical part, without a written notification to the contributor concerned and a signed agreement of these authorize the reduction of royalties. If one of the parties is not satisfied with the work carried out under this agreement, it cannot withdraw its contribution from this work; However, they can reuse their share and only their part of this work, or part of that work, in collaboration with a third party, to create a new song. If this is the case, the new song will have no legal connection with the song referred to in this agreement. All disputes regarding this song and/or the collaboration agreement are settled by a mutually consenting neutral third party. Instead of a third party acceptable to both parties, disputes are negotiated by an entertainment lawyer with the management company that pursues the disputed issue responsible for all legal fees. I read the terms of this agreement and I understood: do you need help to turn your text into a song? Do you need help turning your song into a pro-demo for pitching for industry professionals? See you PlayItAgainDemos.com. All revenues from this song should be allocated based on the above percentages, including, but not only, revenue from publishing advances; selling CD recordings and downloads of mp3 files over the Internet; sales of mechanical licenses to individual independent artists; third-party sales, z.B. on Amazon.com, iTunes and similar sites; Music book editions and note sales; Execution of divine service; Live music shows; movies, television and jukebox costs; Radio-airplay charges and all sales revenue and airplay from independent and large record companies.
Neither party should interfere in the development of the commercialization of this work. Any party may grant an artist the original right to publish, but must inform the other party that permission has been granted. Each party should be informed by the other party of all events related to the development of this song. Licensing fees are divided into the following percentages: % for the part #1 and % for the part #2 (usually 50/50 or, if more than two parties, generally distributed in the same way).