Yes because illegal without a license
no you don't but sometimes if your doing it round the streets then you need a licence
do i need license to play music in my cafe
No. No license is required to be an actress. There are several unions it is helpful to belong to if you want to get paid for your work. The only "license: that might be necessary is if you plan to do your own thing out in the streets, then you would need a license as a street performer.
Yes if you are authentically providing services of Driveway Cleaning in London to public then you need a license to do that.
It all depends what you selling but I think you still need a licence.
No. There is no license needed to edit music as a living. But you do need lots of talent and very good hearing. Being a musician also helps but is not a prerequisite.
If they are lawful to be operated on the public streets and roadways, yes.
Yes, in some cases a person would need a license to drive a scooter or moped in California. This is mainly only if the person will be driving on main streets.
no but i think dirt bikes arent street legal
It depends on where you plan on driving it. on the streets yes. on dirt roads ONLY no.
No you don't, but be sure you can handle something so high powered on the streets.
Business of Wedding Cars in London does not require any particular license but the chauffeur license is required to drive a vehicle.
You will need a full motorcycle licence. You can get all the information you need from: www.direct.gov.uk
You need more than a licence. You need a contract and permission.
Unless the music is your own performance of your own original music, you would need a synchronization license for the song, and a master use license for the recording.
Yes if the song's copywrited. Not only that but if you're making a remix you need a license AND permission from the original singer.
You would need to be over 17 and hold a full 'A' licence.
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Strictly speaking, a license is needed to sample music. Each copyrighted song has complete protection. Sampling and then mixing part of a song is actually stealing.
i would think so, but maybe not.
yes... you need a license in order for it to be legal.
You would need a synchronization license from the owner of the song, and a master use license from the owner of the recording.
You may need a public music license in the UK. Possibly a health and safety and public liability license also. But you should be ok if it is just yourself.
Yes, you need a license from the owner of the copyright, which is normally the music publisher that controls the rights to the song. Reprint on anything, whether it be paper, a t-shirt, or anything else must be licensed and royalties must be paid to the songwriter and his/her music publisher.
These bikes do not need to be registered, but they are illegal to operate on public streets. highways, sidewalks, or parking lots. These bikes do not require a specific license.
I don't believe so, but I would contact your local motorcycle dealer. A motorcycle endorsement is required.
most states now are requiring that you be of age to have a vehicle operators license There are some ATV's (quad's) that are not road legal (like motocross bikes), so you don't need a driving license to ride them because you can't ride on the streets anyway. You need a license to be allowed to participate in competitions.
no you dont but you cant ride them on the streets or sidewalks its illegal but its legal to ride them in parking lots and backyards
london you need an agent x
No; you need a specific license allowing that type of use.
No, picture ID such as a drivers license would be sufficient if you are a UK CITIZEN.
Yes. According to LAPD, any business regularly featuring live music needs a permit.
yes yuh needa license to play music in a coffee shop in Florida.
If you would like to upload a music video to YouTube with music that is not your own, you will need to obtain a license from the copyright holder. Many people do not do this and their videos upload without a problem, but they are subject to deletion at any time.
Absolutely if you don"t want to go to jail or be fined up to 5 thousand or more per product you better have a license. In ga. You have to have a license to sell fruit's and veg.,nut's bbq anything beside the road.
It all depends on the type of slide show you are making. Slide.com has slideshows which allow you to use music that they have and apply it to your slideshow.
no but you have to drive on a sidewalk or parking lot or neighborhood, etc. but you cant drive on a highway or streets outside of neighborhoods, think of it as a normal bike
Not without violating the copyright. You would need to license the music in order to record and sell it. You need to do so to avoid being sued.
No. A go cart is not a street legal vehicle and cannot be driven on any public streets or roads, so therefore you need no license or permit to ride one.
The venue needs a license from the performing rights organizations, such as ASCAP and BMI.
Music has developed a lot over the years. For example, street music used to be performed, and composed on the streets but now street music is performed nearly everywhere, in theaters, music videos, and much more. Also nowadays we don't need to compose the music by our selves we can use music programs to do that for us, such as GarageBand or sibelius. Mia :P
You need a trading license in order to sell anything on the streets of London. You can find out how to acquire one by contacting the local borough council authorities. NOTE: in many of the UKs sporting events vuvuzelas are banned. This is so for example in Rugby matches and football matches. If you intend selling these you must also ensure that as well as a street traders licence that you know if your selling… Read More
Yes. You would need a new media public performance license from the performing rights organizations (ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC). In addition, the Harry Fox Agency is attempting to collect mechanical royalties on streaming music, arguing that the ephemeral cache constitutes a copy. This is unpopular to say the least, and certainly still being discussed, but the Copyright Review Board did rule in their favor.
By dirt bike do you mean and enduro bike or a motocross bike or some other bike at all? For any bike except motocross bike you definitely need license, and for motocross bike you don't, because you can't ride it on the streets at all... You can only use it in motocross tracks and for that you need to have a special permit...
You would need a performance license; in the US this is easily obtained from ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC.
This will be subject to local requirements for each country. In the UK, for example, a licence will be required. The cost varies depending on how often music is played and how many people are listening. (See links below)
Can you use a song in your movie if I have people singing it with out the music will that be a problem?
You will need a synchronization license from the copyright holder of the song. Because you are not using an existing recording, you won't need a master use license. Synchronization licenses can sometimes be frustrating and expensive to get; it is wise to start early in the process.