For businesses that play music
Information for businesses using music in public settings
Use of recorded music in podcastPodcast is outside of Gramo's field of action.
Choose the right music vendor for your companyThe right sound system and speakers are important, but so is the correct agreements making you able to play your music legally.
Music agreement and pricing for companies using musicYou can calculate the price and register a music agreement on the website, or you can download a music agreement form with prices here.
Equal prices for everyone in the same industryWe do not negotiate prices for each company, but for entire trades.
What does my business need to pay to play music?Here you will find some info and price calculator
Why does my business have to pay to Gramo?When your company plays music audible to your customers, it must, according to Norwegian law, pay to those holding rights in the recordings.
Have you received a visit from Gramo and Tono?Register a music agreement within ten days after the visit.
Does my company need to pay for both Gramo and Tono?Your company must pay for the use of music to Gramo for artists and record labels, and Tono for songwriters and publishers.
What if my business use music without notifying Gramo?We might pay you a visit. Here is some information.
Do we need to pay for "walk in music" and music during breaks at festivals and concerts?All use of recorded music must be paid for, both to Gramo and Tono.