One of the most timeless elements of the Street Fighter series has always been the music. Whether it was the first time you heard Akuma’s theme in a Super Street Fighter II Turbo arcade, or when you realized that Guile’s theme went with everything, the music has inspired people around the world. Now, you have an opportunity to be a part of that musical history! We want to hear music that you’ve come up with. Whether you’re a first time mixer, or have a full orchestra at your disposal, your music is welcome! Throughout the year, we’ll be highlighting our favorite pieces, and some of them may even be utilized in our 25th Anniversary celebration activities. It’s a great opportunity to have your work become a part of history!
What we’re looking for:
Also be sure to check out our 25th Anniversary Art Tribute, as well!
Thank you for your participation in the tribute series. Official submissions are now closed, but feel free to send in your music to Capcom-Unity any time of the year!
Terms & Conditions
STREET FIGHTER 25TH ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE - FAN MUSIC MIX SUBMISSION OFFICIAL TERMS
Acceptance of Official Terms: These are the Official Terms governing the STREET FIGHTER 25th ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE - FAN MUSIC MIX SUBMISSIONS. By submitting musical tracks under the procedures described in these Official Terms, you thereby represent and warrant that (i) you have read, understand and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions set forth in these Official Terms; and (ii) you are of legal age to form a binding contract with Capcom U.S.A., Inc. (“Capcom”), or if you are not of legal age but are at least 13 years old at time of submission (a “Minor”), you have obtained the consent of a parental or legal guardian to submit artwork under these Official Terms. In these Official Terms, use of “You” or “you” shall include your parent and/or legal guardian if you are a minor.
Track Requirements: All musical tracks shall be submitted through the website located at http://www.streetfighter.com/sf25music (“Website”). Each individual musical track submitted shall be known as a “Track”. Tracks submitted must meet the following specifications:
Representations of Originality: By submitting a Track, you represent and warrant that: (i) you own the master rights and the composition rights in your Track or otherwise have obtained all required rights, consents, permissions and clearances necessary to grant the license set forth in Section 4 below, (ii) neither the recording nor the composition of your Track violates any third party rights, including intellectual property rights, (iii) submitting your Track to Capcom and any use of your track by Capcom will not violate any third party rights, and (iv) you will provide to Capcom, at Capcom’s request, written confirmation that you have obtained all required rights, consents, permissions and clearances referenced in Section 3(i) above. You agree to pay all royalties, fees, and any other monies owed to any third party by reason of any Track submitted by you. You acknowledge that you do not own the rights to any Capcom character, theme, music, track, game, artwork, sound effect or other creative asset from which you took inspiration to create your Track, and that such remains the property of Capcom or its licensors.
License to Capcom: By submitting your Track, you hereby grant to Capcom, and each of its affiliated companies, a worldwide, nonexclusive, perpetual, irrevocable, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free license to (i) use, copy and store for backup and archival purposes, transmit, distribute, reproduce, modify, adapt, translate, reformat, and otherwise create derivative works of, publicly perform, record, re-record, synchronize with visual images and motion pictures, the master sound recording and composition (music/lyrics) of your Track in any manner, in whole or in part, to incorporate your Track into other works, and to otherwise exploit your Track in any format or medium now or later developed (collectively, the “Uses”), and (ii) use your name, city and state of residence, or other information supplied by you (“Personal Information”) to identify your Track in the Uses, without any obligation of attribution or compensation to you. You understand that the Uses licensed to Capcom may include: public performance of your Track on Capcom-sponsored and unrelated websites; live public performances of your Track; creation of CD compilation including your Track and the tracks of others for commercial sale; and synchronization of your Track into Capcom video game products. Capcom shall not be obligated to use any Track submitted.
Release: By submitting a Track, you thereby release Capcom, its parent, subsidiaries, and affiliates, and each of their officers, directors, employees and agents (the “Capcom Group”), from any and all liability with respect to, or in any way arising from (i) your Track, or (ii) Capcom’s use of your Track or your Personal Information pursuant to these Official Terms. You agree to never sue or assert any claim against the Capcom Group for any use of your Track or Personal Information pursuant to these Official Terms.
INDEMNIFICATION: YOU AGREE TO INDEMNIFY, DEFEND AND HOLD HARMLESS THE CAPCOM GROUP FROM ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, DAMAGES, EXPENSES, COSTS (INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEYS’ FEES) AND LIABILITIES (INCLUDING SETTLEMENTS), BROUGHT OR ASSERTED BY ANY THIRD PARTY AGAINST ANY OF THE CAPCOM GROUP DUE TO OR ARISING OUT OF YOUR TRACK OR CAPCOM’S USE OF YOUR TRACK, INCLUDING CLAIMS FOR TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT, COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT, VIOLATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S RIGHT OF PUBLICITY OR OF PRIVACY, OR DEFAMATION.
Choice of Law: These Official Terms shall be governed by the law of California. Any litigation arising out of these Official Terms or your submission of Artwork shall be brought in the appropriate state or federal courts of San Mateo County, California.
Miscellaneous: Capcom reserves the right to amend, alter or modify these Official Terms at any time for any reason. Any Track submitted shall be subject to the Official Rules in effect at the time of submission.