soundsound is a company creating and producing music, sound for different media such as film, TV, theatre, danceshows, games, sound identity, sound logos, online media, digital music platforms (Spotify, iTunes and others) and for live performances. We also produce other types of media productions such as film productions, websites and the like.

This website and all of its translated versions are operated by soundsound IVS, a company registered in Copenhagen, Denmark. By accessing this website or submitting any forms on this site, you agree to this Privacy Policy and consent to the collection and use of any information you provide. If you don’t agree to this Privacy Policy, please do not access or use our services.

Privacy Policy

soundsound is committed to protecting your privacy. When you use our website or communicate with us, we collect and store personal information from you (cookies) so we can better serve you.


Why we collect data?

As a client we collect your data as to communicate in the creative process of our collaborations (emails), we use your data for our accounting and invoice system (Dinero.dk) and we collect your contact information for our newsletter (eMarketeer.com). Also we collect information on our employees in our payroll system (Danlon.dk).

We may collect these data about you:

  • company name, contact name, address, telephone number, email, work title, IP address, and cookies
  • VAT number / CVR number and bank account information
  • archive of email correspondences for future work relations
  • Other information you voluntarily submit in a form on the site or that you share when you contact us.


What do we do with your data?

We use it mainly for accounting purposes and communication with clients. Furthermore we send out information about our work through a newsletter to our business partners and prospective collaborators which are informed in every newsletter about the process of unsubscribing to our services.


Do we share your information?

We keep your data on our private online email client and on third party provider’s platform. We are always striving to collaborate with third parties that comply with the latest privacy policy guidelines.

These third party providers contain our client’s private data:

  • Dinero.dk (accounting and invoicing system)
  • eMarketeer.com (newsletter and PR tool)
  • Danløn.dk (payroll system)
  • Unoeuro.com (email client and server hosting)

We do not share your personal information with any other clients, business partners or sell or trade your data. We keep your personal information securely with us and in the online platforms that we use to keep our data safe.


How do we keep your information safe?

soundsound keeps most of it’s client’s data on 3rd party platforms that always have a high standard in securing their data by using standard industry practices,such as firewalls and encryption, to safeguard your personally identifiable information against unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, misuse, or destruction.

We hold on to your personal information for as long as is necessary for the purpose(s) for which it was collected, unless otherwise required by law. If you request that we stop sending you updates and other communications or delete your information, we will honor your request and keep the minimum amount of information possible to prevent fraud and to help ensure that you are not contacted again.

In case of a breach in one of our third party providers we will inform all of our clients as soon as possible about the security breach and also contact the Danish Datatilsynet about the breach.


What is the lawful basis for processing your information?

When we process your personal information for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy, we may rely on one or more of the following legal bases:

Consent: We will ask for your consent to use your information to send you details about our work, news and general communication.
Contractual relationships: When you work with us, contact us, apply for employment, or otherwise enter into a contract with us, we’ll need to process your personal information.
Legal obligations: When strictly necessary, we’ll process your personal information due to a binding legal obligation on us.
Legitimate interests: So long as our use is fair, balanced, and doesn’t unduly impact your rights, we will collect and process your personal information when we have a legitimate interest that serves our work and communication with customers, former customers and prospective collaborators .


Correcting your personal information

You can always contact us to update your information or to let us know, which parts of your personal information you want us to keep on records. If you want us to delete your personal data for any reasons you can always write us with this wish.

Our newsletter is based on always including a link for unsubscribing to our services. Please find this link in our newsletter to unsubscribe if you have changed your mind about receiving our newsletter. If you want us to remove your personal data from the newsletter platform please inform us by email.