frequently asked questions

Yes, any sound tags or producer signatures are removed from the beat in the higher quality .Mp3 file when you purchase the beat.

There are two primary reasons why basic licensing/leasing works. First, the 2,000 copy limit imposed basically discourages someone from distributing a song with the beat on a nationwide or worldwide basis and limits it to a more local basis. ‘2,000′ is an estimated number that minimizes the chances of two songs clashing with the same beat. This creates fair play amongst all of our clients who license a track non-exclusively. If a person is ready for more than 2,000 copies, we encourage that he or she purchases the exclusive rights. The second reason is that talent, skill, and exposure plays a large role in buying a basic license. We believe if you have these any of these three key factors, it should not concern you that other people are buying a license for the same beat. If your song becomes a hit, the audience will think that other people on the same beat are using “your” beat.

It’s a bit like “try before you buy.” It means that you can download the MP3 of the beat and use it for non-profit, non-commercial use. Such free use is limited to the following: making a song on the beat and burning it on up to 50 CDs, making a song on the beat and showcasing it on community websites such as YouTube or Soundcloud, performing a song on the beat in a non-profit show to an audience of 50 people or less, and sharing the beat itself without vocals with others. Although not recommended, using the beat for such free use after it has been purchased exclusively by someone else is permitted. Please be respectful of intellectual property and the hard work put in by the producer to offer free music to the public. If you are serious about your musical career, we encourage you to buy a license. If you suspect that someone is illegally using one of our beats for profitable use without permission, please report it along with evidence to abuse :

Yes, but because the beats in our public catalog are sold on a first-come first-serve basis, we encourage you to act quickly as soon as you realize you need the exclusive rights.

Yes, — please contact for custom production details. A minimum budget of $300 is expected.

Because our instrumentals are considered ‘intellectual’ property, it is difficult for us to allow refunds or exchanges in order to prevent confusion, infringement, and theft of rights. For example, it is not fair for someone to purchase a license, and then decide to trade it back in the future for a “hotter and newer” beat.

Sorry, but no. Commercial licenses for our beats are not given for free, unless specifically designated to be. We do not trade any beats or accept “possible” royalties with no upfront fee. If you are serious about making money off your music and would like to establish a legitimate reputation, then you should not mind investing in a license.

Yes. This is allowed for beats that have not been exclusively sold. If you use this beat to record on, it must remain strictly for nonprofit and non-commercial — you may not even make money to cover CD pressing or promotional costs. Acceptable non-profit and non-commercial formats include posting on your personal webpage or community page, burning CDs for your friends and family, putting out a showcase demo on a limited basis to record labels. Anything that seems commercial, profitable, or large-scale to you is probably not acceptable — please use common sense. If you have any doubt, it probably is not permitted. Lastly, you must remember to give credit to the producer and provide a link

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