Gramo and Tono work together to control potential music users, and we travel throughout the country.

If your company uses music and you have not reported to us before, we will attach a leaflet with registration form and information about Gramo during the visit.

When recorded music is used publicly, those who make and record the music are entitled to payment. You must pay remuneration to both Gramo and Tono.

  • We ask you, within 10 days after the visit, to register your use of the music by confirming or changing information obtained during the visit.

If you do not give us any feedback, we will send an invoice after 10 days based on the information we noted when we visited. We then add an administration fee of 10% of the invoice amount.

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