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If you have any other questions here that haven’t been answered, please contact us via your preferred method on our contact page.

Are you available for custom show commissions?
While we do offer custom music design, we also maintain a full client roster year round. It you are interested in commissioning an original show, contact us as early as possible to get information on availability, production timelines, and pricing.
What is your regional protection policy?
Our circuit/site-based protection is circuit and event-based, meaning no two units in the same circuit or competing at the same regional events (WGI, Bands of America, USBands, UIL, etc.) can lease the same show, regardless of class.

Important: When reserving a show, it is extremely important that clients report their planned competition schedules as accurately as possible. Even if plans have possibly not been finalized for non-circuit, regional events, the possibility of attendance needs to be reported. We are not responsible if two ensembles perform the same production at the same contest as a result of inaccurate schedule reporting.

Do you provide notation files (Sibelius and Music XML for Finale) with your shows?
Yes! As one of the first companies to offer this service, the notation files come standard as part every show. We understand the need to modify and tweak shows to best fit your specific ensemble. We simply ask that they be used only by the staff of the leasing ensemble.
How do I reserve a show for my ensemble?
Go to the Contact page and fill out the information about your group and the show you are interested in, and we can let you know if it is available. We lease our shows on a site-based exclusivity basis, so you’ll need to check to make sure it’s available to your ensemble.
How long will you hold a show for me after I make an inquiry?
We understand that it takes some time to decide what your show will be for an upcoming season. To make sure that there is enough time for you to inquire and consider your options, we will hold shows for two weeks from the first date of contact. If another unit with a conflicting competition schedule contacts us within that period, we will inform them that you are still making a decision. However, after that hold period, we will attempt to contact you via email and phone and give you 24 hours to respond. If we do not hear from you within that period, the show will be released to the next inquiring party.
Could you send me a perusal score for one of your shows?
To protect our work, we generally do not send out perusal scores. However, we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have, regarding technical aspects of our shows.
Can I get a refund for my show?
Once a show has been reserved by an ensemble, we won’t sell it to other groups in the same circuit/WGI events, as per our regional exclusivity. By committing to and paying for a show, an ensemble has effectively taken it off the market for their submitted schedule for that competitive season. As such, it would not be fair to us or other groups who inquired after the show was purchased for us to provide a refund.
How long am I leasing the show from Visaudio?
Our shows are leased (not purchased, as Visaudio retains ownership) for the duration of one competitive season. If an ensemble leases a show for a season, but decides not to compete that season, an additional license would need to purchased for future seasons. The reasoning is very similar to why we do not offer refunds. The show was taken off the market, preventing other units from using it, so a leased but unused show is treated the same as a leased and used how.
How do I get permission for the shows with copyright restrictions?
You have a few options: You can go through a company like Tresona (http://www.tresonamusic.com) and handle it through their web-based system, or CopyCat Licensing (http://www.copycatlicensing.com), another well-established company that deals with music licensing. Getting these permissions are required before shows with those restrictions will be leased, so it would be wise to get started with that as soon as we confirm that a show is available to your ensemble.
Do you offer edits to your shows?
We used to offer edits for a fee, but with the interest of focusing on original commissions, we stopped providing them. For that reason, we now include the notation files for all of our productions, including both marching band and indoor percussion shows.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept band booster and school checks, purchases orders, and credit cards. If you decide to pay with a credit card, there will be a fee of around 3% of the price of the show, to cover our cost for running the card.
Do you offer drill?
While we don’t have pre-made drill packages, we have a hand-full of talented visual designers with whom we could connect you to satisfy your visual design needs.
How do I play the sound effects and samples in your shows?
We actually have an article about just that topic coming very soon, addressing the pros and cons of the different methods. In short, the most common method is by using the Roland SP-404SX, a computer with sampler software like Kontakt or MainStage, or an iPad app like BeatMaker2 or Akai iMPC.
Can we have access to multiple classes of the same indoor percussion show?
Yes. We understand that from top to bottom a group can have a wide array of personnel on the talent spectrum, and from section to section. For that reason, we would be happy to give you access to multiple levels of the same indoor percussion show.
How are show materials delivered?
Once a production has been paid for, all materials are made available through an account we create for you on our website.
Can I lease a portion of a show?
Our productions are designed with fluidity and continuity in mind, so we generally do no sell individual portions or sections of our shows.

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ALiKE Indoor Percussion
And The Tree Was Happy Indoor Percussion NEW!
The Arbor Effect Indoor Percussion
Around the World Marching Band
The Art of Illusion Indoor Percussion
Balance Indoor Percussion
The Beast In The Beauty Indoor Percussion NEW!
Below Zero Indoor Percussion
Bent Indoor Percussion
Blue Voices Marching Band
The Box Indoor Percussion
Bring The Heat Indoor Percussion
The Cosmos Concert Indoor
Crazy Indoor Percussion
Dark and Twisted Indoor Percussion
Deep Blue Indoor Percussion
The Descent Indoor Percussion
The Devil Came Back Indoor Percussion
Ding Indoor Percussion
The Drought Indoor Percussion
En Route Indoor Percussion
Evolution Marching Band
Flow Indoor Percussion
Focal Point Indoor Percussion
Follow Indoor Percussion
From Darkness Concert Indoor
Geisha Indoor Percussion
The Harvest Indoor Percussion
Heart Indoor Percussion
Hero Indoor Percussion
The Human Element Indoor Percussion
I Can't Change Indoor Percussion
Immortal Indoor Percussion
In The Dark Indoor Percussion
Industrial Revolution Marching Band
Into The Deep Indoor Percussion
Invictus: A War Within Indoor Percussion NEW!
Last Indoor Percussion
The Last Goodbye Indoor Percussion
A Leap of Faith Indoor Percussion
Lucifer Indoor Percussion
Native Echoes Indoor Percussion
The Native Path Indoor Percussion
Nevermore Indoor Percussion NEW!
Ninja Indoor Percussion
Rain Forest Marching Band
Rain Forest Indoor Percussion
Repeat Indoor Percussion
Salvation Lies Within Indoor Percussion NEW!
Scitys Marching Band
Set In Stone Indoor Percussion NEW!
Spark Indoor Percussion
Spiritus Ipsum Indoor Percussion
Strictly Business Indoor Percussion
Symphonic Dreams Marching Band
Thirst Concert Indoor
Together Marching Band
Together Indoor Percussion
Toxic-City Indoor Percussion
Un Indoor Percussion
Waiting... Indoor Percussion
War and Peace Marching Band
The Wharf Indoor Percussion
What If? Marching Band
What If? Indoor Percussion
Word Indoor Percussion
World Fusion Concert Indoor