In a recent post, we looked at how to draft your contract as a synth programmer for music theatre. In this post, we’ll look at some of the elements that you should consider when determining your fee.
Again, I must that that I’m not an attorney and nothing in this post should be construed as legal advice. I’m only sharing this information based on personal experience. Additionally, this advice won’t apply to every market. You’ll need to adapt this information to suit your specific situation.
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As an electronic music designer for Broadway productions, I’ve negotiated and papered many contracts both with and without the assistance of an attorney. Regardless of whether one uses legal representation and regardless of the size and budget of the production, the guiding principles of what should be involved in the agreement are generally the same. In this post, we’ll take a look at those elements so that you can implement them into your next negotiations.
First of all, this post is in no way meant to constitute legal advice. I’m only sharing information based on my experience.
Now on to the elements of the contract…
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