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What Do The Beat License Types Mean?

  • Lease rights : mean that the beat is still owned by the producer you purchased from. The licensee receives limited rights for the use of the purchased beat and can use it for one non-profitable / non-promotional project. You must to give " The producer " production credit for the beat. 
  • Premium rights : grants you access to the tagless wave file format of the beat with a sales limit of up to 10,000 copies with the producer earning 50% of the writer's credit, This usually means 50% of all statutory publishing and mechanical royalties will be paid to the producer for producing the beat. Lastly, You must give " The producer " production credit for the beat. The beat can be used in any kind of project, like a mixtape or demo tape. But it can not be used for a pro body of work like an album ( LP & EP ) projects. So if you are looking for beats for album use, we advice you go pro and purchase beats exclusively.
  • Exclusive rights : grant full ownership of the beat ( trackout / stems ) and you can do everything you want with it, except for selling to a third party. Exclusive rights can be sold to only one person and, as soon as the beat's exclusive license has been sold, it is removed from our site and we cease its sale. The producer will earn 50% of the writer's credit, This usually means 50% of all statutory publishing and mechanical royalties will be paid to the producer for producing the beat. Lastly, You must give " The producer " production credit for the beat.
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