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Old 30th August 2007
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For all you freelance engineers, do you have the artists that you work with sign a contract so each of you don't get screwed completely if something goes wrong?

If so, anybody want to share their contracts? I think it's a good idea that everyone is protected when it comes to this kind of stuff....

Old 30th August 2007
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I don't do ANYTHING without a contract anymore. I actually have several different ones that I use a "boiler plates" now but they generally have to be changed quite a bit depending on the different projects. I highly recommend getting EVERYTHING in writing!
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