Frequently asked questions
A: A lease is an agreement that outlines the terms of how someone can use your beat. When you sell a beat, you’re essentially selling the rights for someone else to use it in their own music. A lease sets out how someone can use the beat, including how many streams or downloads they’re allowed, whether they can use it for commercial purposes, and whether they own exclusive rights to the beat.
A: We offer four different lease options: Standard, Premium, Unlimited, and Exclusive. The Standard License is the most basic option and is good for someone who is just starting out. The Premium License is a step up from the Standard License and includes more features. The Unlimited Lease is our best value option, as it includes unlimited usage. The Exclusive License gives the user exclusive rights to the beat.
The main difference between these licenses is the amount of usage rights that are granted to the buyer. The Standard license allows for a limited number of digital audio streams, audio copies sold/downloaded, and video views, whereas the Premium license increases those limits. The Unlimited Lease license provides unlimited usage rights for all of those parameters. The Exclusive License grants full ownership of the beat to the buyer, making it exclusively theirs to use.
The Standard license includes an MP3 file and allows for 50,000 digital audio streams, 5,000 audio copies sold/downloaded, and 50,000 video views. The Premium license includes both an MP3 and WAV file and allows for 100,000 audio streams, 25,000 audio copies sold/downloaded, and 100,000 video views. The Unlimited Lease license includes an MP3 file, a WAV file, and trackouts and allows for unlimited usage in all parameters. The Exclusive License includes an MP3 file, a WAV file, and trackouts and grants full ownership of the beat to the buyer.
Yes, all licenses allow for commercial use of the beats, but the number of allowed digital audio streams, audio copies sold/downloaded, and video views vary depending on the license purchased.
Yes, all licenses allow for selling the songs created with the beats to a record label. However, the number of allowed audio copies sold/downloaded and digital audio streams vary depending on the license purchased.
Yes, it is possible to upgrade your license later by contacting the seller. However, the buyer will need to pay the price difference between the current license and the upgraded license.
Yes, it is allowed with all licenses. However, the number of allowed video views may vary depending on the license purchased.
Yes, all licenses allow for distributing songs created with the beats on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
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The Basic License is the perfect option for those who are just starting out and don’t have a lot of money to spend on beats. Priced at $19.99, this license includes an MP3 file, which can be downloaded and used in digital audio streams up to 50,000 times. It also allows for the sale or download of up to 5,000 audio copies and 50,000 video views. The Basic License is an affordable way to get started with using beats in your music production, and it comes with a preview license so you can make sure it’s the right fit for your needs. This is good if you are starting up and you have no marketing plan for the song
The Premium WAV License is the best option for those who want more features but are still on a budget. Priced at $49.99, this license includes both MP3 and WAV files, giving you more flexibility in your music production. You can use it in up to 100,000 digital audio streams, sell or download up to 25,000 audio copies, and get up to 100,000 YouTube views. The Premium License comes with a preview license so you can make sure it’s the right fit for your needs before making a purchase.
The Unlimited Lease is the best value possible, offering unlimited everything for $99.99. This license includes MP3, WAV, and trackouts, giving you the ultimate flexibility in your music production. You can use it in an unlimited number of digital audio streams, sell or download an unlimited number of audio copies, and get unlimited video views. The Unlimited Lease is the perfect choice for those who want the most flexibility and don’t want to worry about any limitations. It comes with a preview license so you can make sure it’s the right fit for your needs before making a purchase.
A beat lease is a legal agreement between a music producer and a customer who wishes to use a particular instrumental beat for their own music production. The lease grants the customer a limited right to use the beat for a specific purpose, such as recording and distributing their own song. The terms of a beat lease can vary depending on the producer and the specific beat being leased, but typically include details such as the length of the lease, the permitted usage of the beat, and the royalties or fees that must be paid to the producer. Beat leases are a popular option for independent musicians who want to use professional-sounding instrumentals in their own music without having to create them from scratch.
Yes, beat leases typically come with an expiration date or a specific duration of time that the customer is allowed to use the beat for their own music production. The length of the lease can vary depending on the terms agreed upon by the producer and the customer, and it’s important for the customer to be aware of the specific terms of the lease before making a purchase. Once the lease has expired, the customer is no longer permitted to use the beat for their own music without obtaining a new license or lease agreement from the producer. It’s important to note that different producers may have different expiration dates or lease terms, so it’s important to carefully read and understand the terms of any beat lease before making a purchase.
The main difference between a beat lease and an exclusive beat is the level of ownership and control that the customer has over the beat.
With a beat lease, the customer is granted a limited right to use the beat for a specific purpose, such as recording and distributing their own song, for a set period of time. The producer retains ownership and control over the beat, and can continue to lease or sell the beat to other customers during and after the lease period. This means that the same beat can be used by multiple artists for their own music production.
On the other hand, an exclusive beat gives the customer full ownership and control over the beat. The customer purchases the exclusive rights to use the beat, which means that the producer can no longer lease or sell the beat to other customers. This ensures that the beat is unique to the customer’s music production and cannot be used by other artists.
In general, exclusive beats are more expensive than beat leases because they offer more ownership and control to the customer. However, beat leases are a more affordable option for independent musicians who want to use professional-sounding instrumentals in their own music without having to create them from scratch.