Are you making great music with your band, but you are still unsure who owns your music and who owns your band name?
Have you hired someone to produce your new album or manage you, but only have a vague verbal agreement and you are afraid you are going to get screwed?
Are you co-writing with other songwriters and worried about retaining ownership of your songs because you don’t have your splits down in writing?
Do you know you need to legally protect your music and your career, but you can’t afford attorneys’ fees and are intimidated by the suits and legal concepts you don’t understand?
Without legal protection you could lose ownership rights to your music, lose the royalties and profits you are owed, face copyright infringement claims, or become stuck in a “bad deal.” These are just a few of the potential situations you could face without proper legal protection.
Imagine the relief you would feel knowing your music is protected and the agreements you made with the people you’re working with are in writing.
You can protect your music and your career without spending a lot of money and without being intimidated by complicated concepts you don’t understand. Indie Artist Resource makes taking care of your business easy and affordable so you can focus on what you do best – making music.
Here’s how it works: You pick and purchase an item or a package of items that fit with your situation, complete the checkout process and download your forms, follow the instructions, and you’re finished.
Again, by using Indie Artist Resource you can
• Protect your music and easily get terms in writing with high quality contract templates drafted by a music attorney that you can download and complete yourself
• Get career protection in a way that fits your budget
• Go back to making music because you know your business is taken care of
Now it’s time for you to take the first step towards protecting your music and your career — purchase the contract or package of contracts you need now.
Take care of your music so your music can take care of you. After all, if you don’t take care of your business — who will?