FAQ

Which methods of payment are accepted?

Currently we are only set up to handle checks or purchase orders. Credit Card & PayPal options will be added shortly. If you need an invoice up front, please contact us via email so we can get an invoice for you.

Do Marching Band shows include percussion parts?

Yes. All compositions/arrangements include the wind and percussion parts. Shows are written so the wind parts and percussion parts support each other.

Can our band alter any of the wind or percussion arrangements?

Once purchased, you receive the licensing for one competitive season in your region. Every ensemble has their own instrumentation; therefore we understand that alterations/adjustments at times will take place. You may make any alterations/adjustments needed to benefit your group.

Will you alter or add to the arrangements for band or percussion ensemble?

All compositions/arrangements are sold “as-is.” Minor instrumentation additions/alterations can be done without charge. Larger, more time consuming, additions/alterations can be done for an additional fee. Contact us for any questions you have regarding instrumentation.

Do you compose/arrange original commissions for Marching Band?

Yes, we do offer the option of original commissioned compositions. Due to scheduling time frames, these commissions are limited per year and are offered on a first come first serve basis. Contact us for more details about scheduling and pricing.

Can I buy a specific movement of a complete show?

All shows are written with pacing and cohesiveness in mind and are designed as full shows. If you do have an interest in a specific movement, contact us via email. These requests would be handled on a case by case basis.

How will I receive music?

Music can be sent to you through your choice of email as PDF files, or can be mailed to you in hard copy.

Does Flux Music Design offer regional protection or exclusivity?

Yes, all shows include regional exclusivity. This guarantees that your group will not be competing directly with another group that has purchased the same music within the same division or class of your local circuit.