I wonder what you guys would have done in my situation. A customer to my homestudio is a some kind of spiritual guide. She wanted to record a meditation guide with music. Her first reflex was to bring some CDs but since she want to sell the product online, I convinced her not doing so. She said not having a lot of money and ask me to make some music, she was ready to pay for 3 studio hours. Thing is, her text needed 15min of music to support it and dawm me and my creativity, I went crasy with the composition, recording, mixing and all.. At the end it took nearly 15 hours. Now, I know it's my fault from not respecting our deal. but since the value was greater that the fee I thought it would be right to ask her the 3 hours pay but make her sign an agreement that let me use the music that was mine for other avenue and even sell it. What she did'nt diggest is that in the event that a label wanted to produce the music at a later time, I wanted the possibility to ask her to stop to sell the product, givin the resonnable time to remove it from selling point. This of course not sooner than 1 or 3 years to let her do as many sells as she want. Since she did'nt accept this. I proposed to produce a simpler music using the original given time and sign her an agrement that hands her all the rights for the music so that even me could'nt use it in the futur. but I guess she was already in shock at the fact that I would even talk about legal rights that she left asking me for her voice alone on a cd. I know it was my mistake and I should have talk legals before I started the project but now, how can I approach her to regain her confidence and not loose her future business?