Withdraw from a library project

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    Last year, I agreed to create approximately 60 tracks for a channel-based library in the US. Given the disappointing outcomes, as it has not delivered the promised results (only a handful of placements on this channel), I decided to withdraw from the project and reclaim my tracks to distribute them to other libraries.

    While some placements have occurred, they haven’t been significant. Despite not receiving payment, I was required to split the performance rights 50/50 with the music producer, who didn’t contribute artistically to my tracks.
    I haven’t signed any contracts yet.

    Aside from discontinuing work with this exploitative individual, would there be any risk in offering the tracks to other publishers ?

    Art Munson

    I think to be on the safe side you would want a signed release of some sort. I’m not a lawyer and this is not legal advice!


    I understand.
    But as I have not signed any contract, nor I have been hired contractually to write these tracks, they don’t have to release something they don’t own.

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