If you’ve been following The Musician’s Guide over the years you’ll know that we’ve long offered music contracts here on the website courtesy of our friends at Avenant Law, but today we’ve launched a new project called MusicLawContracts.com to step up our game.
To celebrate the launch of this new website we’re giving readers the chance to download a pack of three music contracts for free (worth over £35). To download your contract pack click the link below and follow the instructions.
Included in this free pack is a:
Why are we launching MusicLawContracts.com?
My personal goal with The Musician’s Guide has long been to break down the barriers that get in the way of bands reaching their goals, and it frustrates me that the Internet is littered with crappy free music contracts that are based on legislation from the 90s. What’s even more worrying is the fact that most of these contracts are based on U.S law, and yet artists in the UK and all over the World are using them. This only leads to disputes, where more often than not the artist loses out.
So the solutions seemed obvious – build a platform that offers high standard music contracts customized to a visitors location i.e. Canadian artists get Canadian contracts, British artists get British contracts.
Building something of that scale simply wouldn’t feel right being a part of this website, and so we’ve decided to work with the team at Avenant Law to create a brand new website: www.musiclawcontracts.com
We hope you enjoy your free contracts to celebrate our launch, and we’d love to have your support in any shape or form – be it a tweet, a share, or an email telling us what you think.
All the best,