Hello, The drummer in my band licensed music to an extreme sports video maker without telling me. The music came from a recording that we did about a few years ago with the drummer, myself, guitarist and keyboardist. Going into the recording there was no discussion of who is entitled to what and no discussion of song writing credits. There are no credits on the album. Our names are on the album. To be fair the drummer has fronted the cost for most things and I completely agree that he is entitled to recouping costs of recording/mixing at a studio, mastering at another, and getting vinyl pressed. He doesn't keep track of the amount of money he is sinking into the band so he can use the "recouping cost" argument till the end of time if he is allowed too. I've recorded alot of music with him over the years and I know he wants to capitalize on it somehow. What can I do to ensure that I am getting my fair share in the case that there is success to be had? If worst comes to worst I'm ready to walk and never record with him again (though I'm willing to gig with him) but what do you think is the best I can do short of walking? Thanks.