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Marching Arts

CLICKNCLEAR'S SOLUTION

Music rights are complicated. ClicknClear makes it simple.

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MÚSICA CON LICENCIA

INSTANTÁNEAMENTE

Puede filtrar por diferentes géneros, estados de ánimo, BPM y más, para ayudarlo a encontrar las pistas perfectas para su mezcla de rutina.

 

Puede crear listas de reproducción, compartirlas con su equipo y agregar pistas directamente a su carrito.

 

Las licencias cuestan $ 10, $ 15 o $ 25 por pista, por mezcla para uso de 1 año y su contrato de licencia se almacena en su cuenta, accesible en cualquier momento.

¡Los derechos de sincronización adicionales también están disponibles al instante!

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MÚSICA CON LICENCIA

INSTANTÁNEAMENTE

Puede filtrar por diferentes géneros, estados de ánimo, BPM y más, para ayudarlo a encontrar las pistas perfectas para su mezcla de rutina.

 

Puede crear listas de reproducción, compartirlas con su equipo y agregar pistas directamente a su carrito.

 

Las licencias cuestan $ 10, $ 15 o $ 25 por pista, por mezcla para uso de 1 año y su contrato de licencia se almacena en su cuenta, accesible en cualquier momento.

¡Los derechos de sincronización adicionales también están disponibles al instante!

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OBTENGA TODOS LOS DERECHOS QUE NECESITA

ClicknClear ofrece un conjunto especializado de derechos, directamente de la industria musical, incluyendo el derecho a modificar y adaptar la música en una mezcla (tempo cambiar, añadir efectos de sonido, se combinan con otras pistas, etc.) y coreógrafo a su rutina.

Mediante el uso de música de ClicknClear, las federaciones y los productores de eventos también pueden licenciar fácilmente los derechos de DVD, transmisión en vivo y video a pedido.

Todas las licencias incluyen indemnización legal.

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Trabajamos directamente con sellos discográficos y editores para limpiar su contenido y usarlo en su mezcla de rutina.

Nuestro catálogo de música está 'preaprobado', por lo que no necesita preocuparse por el funcionamiento interno de la industria de la música.

Nuestro catálogo es enorme y está creciendo rápidamente, con música de íconos globales, artistas actuales y nuevos talentos emergentes.

USE MÚSICA USTED

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MUSIC COPYRIGHT EDUCATION

The use of music in performance sports has become essential for routines and performances, as well as general production of events. As a result, federations and event producers must act responsibly in respecting music copyright and address its use, for three primary reasons:

 

  • It’s the Law

  • It Helps Grow Your Sport

  • It Supports Music Creators

THE PROBLEM

 

WHAT IS COPYRIGHT?

Performance Sports Teams and Performing Arts groups worldwide that use music have to address and respect its copyrighted use. Usually, an individual or group of individuals who authored the work (song) will exclusively own the work or copyright. If music is used without the proper licenses, the end user can be held liable for copyright infringement, and unfortunately, ‘not knowing’ is not a valid defense.

 

Copyright law exists in most countries in the world and arises when a qualifying work is created by an individual or company. Neither publication, registration, nor other action is required to secure a copyright, although in some countries use of a copyright notice is recommended, and in a few countries (including the United States) registration of domestic works is required in order to sue for infringement. 

Usually, an individual or group of individuals who authored the work will exclusively own the work. 

 

In each piece of recorded music, there are two aspects to copyright:

i) the recorded performance of the song, and

ii) the lyrics, melody etc. created by the writers of the song.

 

Therefore each song is owned by two sets of copyright owners:

 

 

The artist(s) who record each version of that song (whether a worldwide hit or an anonymous cover version) own rights in the sound recording of their version.

These are called ‘master rights’.

 

Then you have the 'publishing rights' that cover the people who wrote the song and control the musical composition of the song: Lyrics, melody, etc. ​ Normally several writers have a % share in each song which can range from less than 1% to 100%.

Each writer will own a certain percentage of the song depending on their contribution to the writing process.​

In order to license music for Marching, you need a license from EVERY rightsholder for the Publishing side ONLY because you are playing the music yourself, thereby creating your own version of the Master.

 

TRADITIONAL MUSIC LICENSING PROCESS

Before ClicknClear, to license music, you’d need to follow the traditional music licensing process which looks like this:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You’d need to make sure ALL copyright owners have approved the license before you can use it.

This process can ve very expensive and time-consuming.

 

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

Copyright infringement refers to the use of a copyrighted work without the permission of the copyright holder, and remember, ‘not knowing’ is not a valid defense against copyright infringement, and the infringing party can still be sued. In the United States, a fine of up to $150,000 applies to each song that is infringed on in each infringement! This amount varies in different countries and can also include a prison sentence in some cases.

 

PUBLIC DOMAIN

 

The public domain refers to works that are no longer protected by copyright (that is, where the copyright has expired). There are different expiration times depending on the country and the side of music rights held. Typically, the Master rights exist for 50 years from date of release and publishing rights exist for 70-90 years from the date of the last living writer.

 

There is currently no database of works that are in the public domain, so extensive research needs to be done in order to ensure the work can be used. 

 

THE MUSIC RIGHTS REQUIRED FOR MARCHING ARTS

 

There is often misleading information about what rights are required for Marching to make an arrangement of music to accompany your routine.

Below is a breakdown of the rights that are needed to use a song in your performance:

In order to use one song for any of the above uses, you need a license from all of the songwriters on the work.

 

ClicknClear offer all of these rights with our standard license for $100-$250 per song via our pre-cleared licensing platform or at a fee charged by the rightsholder if using our approval portal. Our licenses cover you per song, per group, for 1 years’ use. 

 

 

To learn more about music copyright for performance sports, check out our explainer video below:

Interested in diving deeper into music copyright?

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