Types of licenses - Ascendents Records
If you would like to cover a song by an Ascendents Music Publishing songwriter, we recommend contacting Songtrust, their direct mechanical license servicer for those in the US and Canada -- via email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you are from another country, you are advised to contact your corresponding mechanical rights society (BIEM's international mechanical societies list).
If a master license for one or more of our recordings is all that you need because you wish to use a master as it is in your production (without modifying the sound or adding dialog to it), (such as for internet/TV, movies, advertisements, company/home presentations, video games, documentaries, and other audio/visual productions), initiate conversations directly with us (email@example.com). You can also fill out our request a quote form to describe the term-length, budget/payments, and other details for your project.
We can also help you obtain a the master license component for our sync licenses. The component of a sync license allowing you to modify our recordings by syncing your own additional audio to our music requires a license issued the song/songwriter's music publisher. If the composition is of a songwriter published by Ascendents Music Publishing, we can also help you obtain licenses and permissions. Contact our licensing department (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fill out our request a quote form and describe your project.
Using music lyrics or information about label songs in books and magazines, sheet music, clothing, and other printed products requires a license from the song's music publisher, and sometimes the label -- depending on if a recording artist is also featured. For help, contact our licensing department (email@example.com), and/or fill out our request a quote form and describe your project.
Production Music License
Our team of production songwriters create a custom song for your production -- including commercials, theater/plays, internet/television shows, and music for movies. (Visit Ascendents Productions)
If you would like a performance license to play our songs in a live public environment -- such as concerts, festivals, background music in stores, clubs, presentations, or music on hold -- obtain a license from your domestic performing rights society (eg. in the US -- BMI, ASCAP, or SESAC). (List of performing rights societies).
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