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    Default Licensing artwork for use on record cover

    Would you license a piece of artwork for an initial pressing with a new payment on each pressing thereafter?

    Anyone have any experience or advice on licensing structure?

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    endless..it all depends on the bands popularity, expected sales and so on. I myself usually will license existing art for the life of the record, with additional deals for use on merch. If its new art commissioned specifically then I usually try to sell it outright to them as u can usually get a good sum, and in those cases the art is sually not good for further use anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Obama View Post
    endless..it all depends on the bands popularity, expected sales and so on. I myself usually will license existing art for the life of the record, with additional deals for use on merch. If its new art commissioned specifically then I usually try to sell it outright to them as u can usually get a good sum, and in those cases the art is sually not good for further use anyway.
    ta frank

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