This Staff Producer Agreement regards record producers whose services are being hired on a flat fee basis to help create master recordings. If your situation involves a producer who is also writing the underlying music and/or lyrics, you may also need a mechanical license.
The staff producer will usually be hired on a strict payment-for-services, flat fee basis, with no expectation of receiving royalties. If the staff producer is also a songwriter, it is interesting to note that the songwriter rights will generate royalties.
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