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Record a Live Orchestra at Indie-Friendly Rates

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Hello everyone! If you ever wanted your music recorded with a live orchestra but felt intimidated by high cost of hiring one - this opportunity is for you!

East Coast Scoring provides great orchestral recording at indie-friendly rates. On top of this, we can also group multiple composers in a single session so you can split the cost and make it even more affordable. Find out more at www.eastcoastscoring.com

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This looks like a really great offering, thanks for sharing and working to make this more accessible to those without vast budgets. I'll definitely keep this in mind, a proper orchestra would be a great addition to a project I have in early stages.

 

I'm curious how the rights of the recording are structured -- does the client receive full rights over the recorded piece, or is it shared or exclusively licensed back to the client? For example, if one does a recording for a game, but later decides to put out a CD soundtrack as a separate product, pre-order bonus, or pack-in extra, would they be in their rights to use the recording in both ways, or would they have to negotiate the rights to do so?

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Hello Ravyne, apologies for the late reply.

 

The short answer is that in general, the recordings are buy-outs (no secondary fees). If you'd like more information, please feel free to email me through the website!

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