Reproduction & Storing of Recorded Music for Public Performance (Dubbing)
Further to the public performance itself, that creates the relevant neighboring right, for the determination of the total of a user’s obligations the method through which the public performance is realized needs to be examined.
For example, the use of genuine sound carriers (CDs) or the use of radio, TV or the internet (through streaming) as public performance music source does not create additional obligations of the user.
Yet, copying sound recordings in any storage means (hard drives, USB drives, CD-R, etc) and their use as a public performance music source constitutes an additional act that requires a special license.
Professional dubbers supply their clients with the choice of music suitable for their type of business for the various times of the day, constant update of their music library and a variety of technical options, such as reproduction of music through local storage or internet streaming.
While using the services of a professional dubber, a company is relieved from the burden of the dubbing license. Note: the company is still liable for any other obligations deriving from the use of music (e.g. neighboring rights for public performance), since these obligations regard a different right.
Tariff for Dubbers
Agreement Template for Dubbers
List of licensed Dubbers
When reproduction of music works to any storing means (hard drives, USB drives, CD-R, etc) and their public performance is carried out by the company, then the burden of a dubbing license from Grammo lies on the company itself. It goes without saying that the company is still liable for any other obligations deriving from the use of music (e.g. neighboring rights for public performance), since these obligations regard a different right.
Tariff for Private Dubbing
Agreement Template for Private Dubbing