Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions International Sound Awards 2024


  1. All authors, persons or companies involved in the work are subject to copyright and are eligible. Contestants may be either individuals, teams or companies.
  2. Submission fees must be paid upon receipt of invoice.
  3. In the case of winning an award, Entrant is obliged to cover the costs listed under “Fees”.
  4. The Entrant is obliged to cover all transportation or travel expenses in the exceptional case that a submission must be sent for assessment.
  5. Please ensure that all information (e.g. project and company name) is correct for communication and publication.
  6. Withdrawals after the submission deadline cannot be refunded.
  7. Entrant agrees to observe the rules of the competition.
  8. It is understood that the Entrant agrees to all stated terms and conditions once the submission has been made and payment has been completed.
  9. Entrant confirms they have obtained the legal permission to enter into the competition on the terms and conditions herein stated.
  10. Entrant will be made liable for any loss to persons and companies caused by a breach of these terms and conditions.
  11. The rules of the competition shall be regulated and construed according to German law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the German courts.
Publication and Copyright
  1. The Entrant grants the Audio Branding Academy a non-exclusive, unlimited right of use in time and place to publish, reproduce, distribute, exhibit, present, transmit, provide public access in the Internet and make use, whether corporeal or incorporeal, of the submitted materials in print media and other digital media. The Audio Branding Academy may grant third parties sub-licenses.
  2. The Entrant assures and confirms that it holds all necessary licenses to grant to the Audio Branding Academy the rights mentioned in paragraph (1).
  3. The Entrant alone shall be liable for any infringement of third-party rights.
  4. The Audio Branding Academy shall not be obliged to check whether the material provided by the Entrant infringes the rights of third parties.