Music licensing agreements are used to enter into contracts with a party for the use of master songs or recordings previously created in the possession of other parties. These music licensing agreements are used to license the use of songs or recordings in audiovisual works, including films, television, video recordings and video games, as well as non-audiovisual works such as theatrical productions and radio advertising. Separate music licensing agreements are required for the use of the recording and for the song. To learn more about the rights to license songs and recordings in an audiovisual work, check out our blog. Music licensing agreements are used to license the use of songs or recordings of previously created songs. Get your music licensing agreements here. Theatrical Score Arrangement Agreement is used by a theatre producer to hire an arranger who organizes existing songs for a theatrical production. The Advertising Music Composer Agreement is a contract that is used to enter into a contract with a composer to write a song for use in an audiovisual advertising campaign such as television or on the Internet. The contract also provides for rights related to any recording that the composer could also produce composition. The Master Use License is used when a record company wishes to use a master recording from another record company for a compilation on its own label or by a film producer to record a song from a movie or TV show on a separate soundtrack compilation album.