So I've been asked by a buddy to lay down some sonorous saxophone sounds on a friend's record.
He has almost no budget other than for mixing/studio time. (I'm helping him out for next to nothing.)
What would be a good way to protect myself from them using the saxophone tracks without due credit or recompense *should* the record happen to go multi-platinum
I ask because I've been in the situation before where I've had tracks that were not intended to go on the record end up on the record. I was only paid for the tracks they said they would use.
Should there be an hourly wage, a per track wage, or is it just player beware in this situation?
If anyone has experience or insight, I'd love to know it.