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Eric_Cartman_South_P A best way to handle music rights for soundtrack? (170 comments)

For someone starting out in the world of film, what is the best way to get/handle/process rights to music for a film?

For example, I do all of my creative thinking as montages to a particular song that inspires me, and extrapolate from there, so many of my scenes are cut to match the music of a specific song.

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