The main uses covered by the General Contract of Common Interest

Call waiting music

If you use a commercial sound recording as part of your call waiting music, please contact the SCPA to get a declaration form.

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Call waiting recording providers 

You offer companies the possibility to create their sound identity by playing commercial sound recordings.

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Playing recordings on sound systems in public places 

You are a sound engineer: you market music programs playing commercial sound recordings in all types of public places (shops, hotels, restaurants, cinemas).

 - from physical media (e.g. CD),

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- from databases installed on hard drives embedded in automated broadcast sound systems
 
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- by transmitting your programs via satellite/ADSL,
 
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Online Services (Internet) ​

You offer on-demand listening to commercial sound recording excerpts as part of an interactive online service (internet).

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 Webcasting 

You launch an Internet radio with or without a subscription.

>View the standard contract without subscription ((A)
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>View the standard contract without subscription, small Internet radios (B)
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>View the standard Internet radio contract with subscription (C)
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 Interactive listening terminals 

You market interactive listening terminals for sales outlets, including commercial sound recording excerpts.

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Playing recordings in shows  

 You use commercial sound recordings to provide sound for your show (choreography, play, etc.).

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Exhibitions ​

You are organizing an exhibition and you want to provide sound for the room(s) by playing commercial sound recordings.
You are organizing an exhibition and want to offer an interactive soundtrack for visitors, with on-demand listening to commercial sound recordings via headsets or interactive terminals.
 

 >Exhibition rates – playing recordings in exhibition rooms


Interactive voice services 

You offer on-demand listening to commercial sound recordings excerpts as part of an interactive voice service (Audiotel).

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Playing recordings in certain audiovisual programs  

You operate an audiovisual communication service and you wish to use commercial sound recordings in a work or an audiovisual record made by your company or commissioned by it to a program provider..

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Audio Jukebox

You make musical programs intended to be played on sound systems in public places by means of audio jukeboxes installed at customer sites:​

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The main uses covered by the General Contract of Common Interest