A friend of mine knows another person who does podcasts regarding tabletop games. They were looking for some royalty-free "guitar pieces" to use as background music or filler between sections. Since I sit around and come up with instrumental riff-raff all the time, it seems like it would be fun. It's probably uncompensated (except for recognition, as we all know is worthless), which doesn't bother me. However, I'd be willing to put it into writing that anything I record for them they can use royalty-free, so long as I can use the same material for any other purpose later if I chose. The probability of me striking a record deal or anything is minimal, but I still want to keep "my stuff". I've been paid $X per track for studio work before, but I've never done anything like this, so I don't know how to approach it. I don't know if I'm being obtuse here or not. The podcaster is pretty small-potatoes so it's not like he has any money, and as a "friend of a friend" I feel like it'd be cool to contribute to something. Anyone ever done anything like this? I'd like to give my friend's friend some cool riffs and musical stuff to use for free, but still 'keep' it.