- Synchronization rights
Synchronizationin a recording contractis when the recording artist's music is synchronized to a video: music video, movie, television, commercial, etc. The record companycan receive all the money from that if the contract states the company gets all synchronization rights. As an artist, he/she would not want the company to have full synchronization rights and would want to get paid royaltiesfor that just the same as CD sales.
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