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I am in the process of writing a musical.  I have been recording all the piano and vocal parts myself in my studio, however, I do not have the ability to arrange and score everything.  If I am already paying someone to arrange and score my music (just piano and vocals---nothing crazy), then should they still get a percentage of the song?  Or would that depend on how different they make it, or enhance it?  Has anyone else been in this type of situation?  I would love to just pay up front and be done with it.  I don't want anyone knocking down my door if my musical actually starts to make money especially if I already paid them upfront.  Should I make sure they've signed some sort of contract? 

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