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Well, it's up to you of course. But from the point of view of the consumer, I think it's reasonable to expect some kind of discount for buying 10+ units. Perhaps you need to have a special rate for 5+, 10+, 25+ and quote a discount for them. It's generally good to keep the customer happy. If you think you got a good deal somewhere you are much more likely ...


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These recordings belong to their authors or assignees, therefore in order to legally use them in your movie you may have to obtain the owners' license. If all the recordings are of the sort you mentioned in the question then you are most likely exempt from such license, as these recordings are very short and with no artistic or commercial value. You might ...


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Rule of thumb : if its sample-based(*), no, unless you load your own samples. (*)That's any sampler, rompler, drum machine etc If its purely synthesis (normally anything with a 'simple' fixed waveform selector, or a draw/generate-your own waveform tool) then youn should be okay. If its not obvious, consult the EULA, and if thats not enough, contact the ...


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Something else to keep in mind is the participation of lawyers in the sale. Depending on the "size" of the customer, it's entirely possible they will have a staff lawyer that will want to review, and possibly amend, your licensing agreement. If that happens, and you aren't confident in your understanding of the ramifications of those changes, you may want a ...


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