Beat Licenses FAQ

Looking for an original beat to record your vocals on? Need some instrumentals to score your video project? Get ready to elevate your beat shopping game with BandLab Beats marketplace, where you can access premium beats and purchase the rights to use them in your own productions by paying a licensing fee. Want to know more? Check out the full details of the license agreement here, along with a collection of frequently asked questions below:

What rights do I have as a Licensee under this Unlimited Non-Exclusive Fixed Term Licensing Agreement?
As a Licensee, you have the right to access, use, adapt, modify, and create a new track (derivative work) of the beat you purchased. You can distribute, reproduce, perform publicly, and synchronize the derivative Work(s) in various media. You can also use the Work for promotional purposes and sell it in physical or digital forms. However, these rights are non-exclusive, meaning the Producer can license the Work to other parties as well.
How do I pay the License Fee, and is it refundable?
You need to pay the License Fee to the Producer through BandLab on the date of the Agreement. The License Fee is non-refundable, except where required by law or if BandLab fails to deliver the Work.
How long is the term of this Agreement?
The term of this Agreement starts on the Effective Date and continues for a period of 10 years unless terminated earlier in accordance with the terms specified in the Agreement.
Can I transfer the Rights granted under this Agreement to a third party?
No, the Rights granted to you under this Agreement are non-transferable, and you cannot transfer or assign them to any third party.
Who owns the rights to the Work and the New Track (derivative work) created using the Work?
The Producer owns the copyright and intellectual property rights in the original Work, while you, as the Licensee, own the rights to the master sound recording of the New Track, as well as the underlying composition of the New Track.
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