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Pt. VIII, Motion picture music:
27. Overview of motion picture music:
One song, eight deals
The rights involved
28. Performer deals:
Performance in the film (no record rights)
Record rights to film performances
29. Film songwriter deals:
30. Composer agreements:
Video game composers
31. Licensing existing recordings and existing songs for motion pictures:
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