The pitch is not an author's patrimonial right. It is a sort of exclusivity. He agrees with the artist, he can relapse on his works; But it is an Anglicism in all its splendor.
El pitch Is the launch in baseball. Also, the perfect phrasing metaphor to make an offer. It's throwing an idea. Propose a good business to a buyer.
Some management or special representation agreements include mentions of the exclusive right of "Pitch".
The question is whether it is an issue related to works or interpretations (copyright and related) or is something else. Continue reading Perfect Pitch
5 unnecessary but correctable errors. It's a matter of paying attention to the details.
Let us not talk about the artistic, because that corresponds to others. Here is a small list of errors in practice, of any musical project, which I often encounter.
Continue reading The 5 errors of a musical project (in legal)
Most counseling for cultural projects involves reviewing contracts. Apparently it's a simple task, but it has its complex side, like everything else.
Contracts come in many forms. I'm not surprised by the high value people give to a written agreement, and the level of commitment they feel when signing.
That is why the agreement must be complete, spherical. It should be clear to both parties. It must be transparent why they came to each point, how they will comply and make sure they do. Lawyers are like crows, thinking badly about the future, hoping it will never happen and see how that scenario is resolved with the agreement.
The contracts are of plasticine, and must be molded to the reality of each business.
It is never wrong to ask for an explanation or an adjustment before signing.
Continue reading What is a contract reviewed?