I’ve been working in-house for a year now, but my most important survival tip for #freelance work is to not work without a contract. Even if it’s brief – just make sure both sides are clear on scope, cash, distribution rights and number of revisions. It will save you so many headaches later on.
It's shocking how many artists work on blind faith with randos, send over highres final files, and then just kind of hope that it will work out - recipe for disaster and very preventable.
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@openmastering Some of my songs I've released for free under CC-BY, but I like to maintain control over who's licensing. So I usually release under (C), but I'm absolutely giving out free licenses left and right if I'm asked nicely. :)
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