Application:
Recording music on audiovisual carriers intended for the public

Tariff VI

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Customer number

Your customer number is shown on any SUISA invoices you might have been issued.

 

Example: 0.0111.111


Customer address (residence/legal domicile)

The customer shall be responsible paying the SUISA invoice as well as assume liability for it. For information on the legal domicile of the customer, you can use the Zefix-website.

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66

Please enter the fax no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66

Delivery address

e.g. Richmond House, c/o lawfirm xyz

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66

Please enter the fax no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66

Please enter the direct line as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66


Contact/reference on the invoice

p.ex. cost centre, reference no., job no., PO no.


Producer

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66

Number of audiovisual recordings


DVD

Title

Total duration / First broadcast

Manufacture

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66


Distribution and Price

For advertising and review purposes

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

Please complete only if all audiovisual recordings are to be handed out as free copies.

If the DVD is sold in various countries, please use a new section for each country of sale.

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

DVD

Used works/tracks

You can upload an already existing file with works used in the spot (e.g. track list, cue sheet) or manually enter the works used.


Upload

Mandatory information required per work:

- Work title
- Composer (first name and name; if not known: band or performer)
- Used duration of the work (mm:ss)
- Type of the music used (commissioned music, pre-existing music or mood music)
 

Further information per work (if known):
- Lyricist (first name and name)
- Arranger (first name and name)
- Publisher


Accepted data formats:

PNG, JGP, JPEG, TIFF, TIF, BMP, PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV, DOC, DOCX

Manual work entry

Work/Track

Please indicate the first name and the family name for composers, lyricists and arrangers.

If you can not provide any details, please complete with "not known".


Composer: Person that has created a musical work.

Lyricist: Person that has written the lyrics for a musical work.

Arranger: Person that changes a musical work to the effect that a new and independent work is created.

Publisher: Natural person or legal entity that has acquired the publishing rights for a work and, as per its contractual arrangement, is in charge of making and distributing work copies at its own cost.

Label: Brand name which is usually used for the publication of products by producers of sound recordings.

Effectively used music duration

ISRC: 12-digit code which identifies each sound recording. Example: ISRC-CH-A44-14-00001 (12 digits, no blank spaces)

Commissioned music:
Original composition which has been created by order for synchronisation purposes for a sound or audiovisual recording.  In such cases SUISA assumes that the synchronisation rights have been settled between the principal and the author directly.

 

Pre-existing music:
In cases where you use pre-existing music, you need to obtain the authorisation from the rights owners (authors, publishers, producers). The SUISA licence does not replace the authorisation by the rights owners mentioned above.  The applicant must provide proof of authorisation by the rights owners for the use of the music in the spot.

 

Mood Music (also known as library, production, archive or stock music):
This is music from catalogues offered by various publishers specifically for the musical setting of films and/or sound and audiovisual recordings. SUISA provides a list of mood music providers and information on mood music.

Blu-ray

Title

Total duration / First broadcast

Manufacture

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66


Distribution and Price

For advertising and review purposes

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

Please complete only if all audiovisual recordings are to be handed out as free copies.

If the Blu-ray is sold in various countries, please use a new section for each country of sale.

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

Blu-ray

Used works/tracks

You can upload an already existing file with works used in the spot (e.g. track list, cue sheet) or manually enter the works used.


Upload

Mandatory information required per work:

- Work title
- Composer (first name and name; if not known: band or performer)
- Used duration of the work (mm:ss)
- Type of the music used (commissioned music, pre-existing music or mood music)
 

Further information per work (if known):
- Lyricist (first name and name)
- Arranger (first name and name)
- Publisher


Accepted data formats:

PNG, JGP, JPEG, TIFF, TIF, BMP, PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV, DOC, DOCX

Manual work entry

Work/Track

Please indicate the first name and the family name for composers, lyricists and arrangers.

If you can not provide any details, please complete with "not known".


Composer: Person that has created a musical work.

Lyricist: Person that has written the lyrics for a musical work.

Arranger: Person that changes a musical work to the effect that a new and independent work is created.

Publisher: Natural person or legal entity that has acquired the publishing rights for a work and, as per its contractual arrangement, is in charge of making and distributing work copies at its own cost.

Label: Brand name which is usually used for the publication of products by producers of sound recordings.

Effectively used music duration

ISRC: 12-digit code which identifies each sound recording. Example: ISRC-CH-A44-14-00001 (12 digits, no blank spaces)

Commissioned music:
Original composition which has been created by order for synchronisation purposes for a sound or audiovisual recording.  In such cases SUISA assumes that the synchronisation rights have been settled between the principal and the author directly.

 

Pre-existing music:
In cases where you use pre-existing music, you need to obtain the authorisation from the rights owners (authors, publishers, producers). The SUISA licence does not replace the authorisation by the rights owners mentioned above.  The applicant must provide proof of authorisation by the rights owners for the use of the music in the spot.

 

Mood Music (also known as library, production, archive or stock music):
This is music from catalogues offered by various publishers specifically for the musical setting of films and/or sound and audiovisual recordings. SUISA provides a list of mood music providers and information on mood music.

OTHER AUDIOVISUAL RECORDING

Title

Total duration / First broadcast

Manufacture

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66


Distribution and Price

For advertising and review purposes

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

Please complete only if all audiovisual recordings are to be handed out as free copies.

If the audiovisual recording is sold in various countries, please use a new section for each country of sale.

RSP: Price paid by the consumer for the audiovisual recording.

OTHER AUDIOVISUAL RECORDING

Used works/tracks

You can upload an already existing file with works used in the spot (e.g. track list, cue sheet) or manually enter the works used.


Upload

Mandatory information required per work:

- Work title
- Composer (first name and name; if not known: band or performer)
- Used duration of the work (mm:ss)
- Type of the music used (commissioned music, pre-existing music or mood music)
 

Further information per work (if known):
- Lyricist (first name and name)
- Arranger (first name and name)
- Publisher


Accepted data formats:

PNG, JGP, JPEG, TIFF, TIF, BMP, PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV, DOC, DOCX

Manual work entry

Work/Track

Please indicate the first name and the family name for composers, lyricists and arrangers.

If you can not provide any details, please complete with "not known".


Composer: Person that has created a musical work.

Lyricist: Person that has written the lyrics for a musical work.

Arranger: Person that changes a musical work to the effect that a new and independent work is created.

Publisher: Natural person or legal entity that has acquired the publishing rights for a work and, as per its contractual arrangement, is in charge of making and distributing work copies at its own cost.

Label: Brand name which is usually used for the publication of products by producers of sound recordings.

Effectively used music duration

ISRC: 12-digit code which identifies each sound recording. Example: ISRC-CH-A44-14-00001 (12 digits, no blank spaces)

Commissioned music:
Original composition which has been created by order for synchronisation purposes for a sound or audiovisual recording.  In such cases SUISA assumes that the synchronisation rights have been settled between the principal and the author directly.

 

Pre-existing music:
In cases where you use pre-existing music, you need to obtain the authorisation from the rights owners (authors, publishers, producers). The SUISA licence does not replace the authorisation by the rights owners mentioned above.  The applicant must provide proof of authorisation by the rights owners for the use of the music in the spot.

 

Mood Music (also known as library, production, archive or stock music):
This is music from catalogues offered by various publishers specifically for the musical setting of films and/or sound and audiovisual recordings. SUISA provides a list of mood music providers and information on mood music.

SUISA facsimile

SUISA facsimile: If the audiovisual recording is licensed in Switzerland, the SUISA facsimile must be stamped on each audiovisual recording, inlay or cover.


Potential additional costs

SUISA reserves the right to charge a minimum fee of CHF 100 if the invoice has to be re-issued if only vague or incomplete information was provided in the form.


Contact for queries

Please let us know who your contact is in case we have any queries regarding this application.

Please enter your telephone no. as follows:
Example Switzerland: 044 485 66 66
Example abroad: +41 44 485 66 66


Copy of your application

Please indicate the email address where we can send a copy of your application.


Message / Documents

Accepted data formats: PNG, JGP, JPEG, TIFF, TIF, BMP, PDF, XLS, XLSX, CSV, DOC, DOCX

Confirmation

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Reproduction right (tariff VI)

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+41 44 485 66 66

Reproduction right (tariff VI)