No, all licenses come with untagged files.
No. All purchases made from the Beat Store are non-exclusive. This means that we still own the rights, and we will always be able to license it to other artists.
We accept PayPal and Card payments only.
Yes. After you’ve made the payment, you will be redirected to a secure download area where you can instantly download the files. A confirmation email, which includes the download links, will be sent as well.
There’s a search bar top left of the beat store.
1. Click on “Search.”
2. Type in the name of the beat and wait till it shows up.
If the beat still doesn’t show up, it might be sold exclusively. In that case, it’s no longer available.
Once the license expires, you can contact us to check if the instrumental is still available for license renewal – if the exclusive license has not been sold yet. If you see that your song is blowing up, we suggest to contact us immediately to buy exclusive license rights. That way, you will not get in a sticky situation where your songs are becoming a hit, but your license is about to expire, and the exclusive beat license has been sold.
If you buy an exclusive license, the beat will be marked as “SOLD” from the shop and will not be re-sold from thereon. Current license holders for the beat will still be able to use the instrumental as per the license terms until the license expiry – but will not be able to renew the license.
No. All purchases made from the website are non-exclusive. This means that the producer still owns the rights, and we will always be able to license it to other artists. Except you purchase the Exclusive Rights.
Yes, we produce custom, exclusive beats for selected clients. If you consider ordering a custom instrumental from us, submit a request and tell us about your specific needs.
Go to the beat store on the homepage. Click ‘add to cart,’ select a license, and proceed to checkout. All files will become available to you directly afterward. An email confirmation will be sent as well, including all files and download links.
MP3, 320kbps, and/or WAV 24 bit, 44.1kHz.
Unfortunately, once a beat is sold, we’re no longer allowed to license it to other artists. Hopefully, you can find something else you like in our available catalog.
Right now we do only offer mastering services to our clients, please vist our mastering page for more details.
Exclusive Rights start at $500 and can go up to $15,000 (depending on which beat.) We don’t sell exclusive rights to every artist. Please inquire using the pricing page.
Yes. We accept payment plans for exclusive rights only (not for non-exclusive licenses). Once we’ve negotiated the price, a down payment of 30% is required to start a payment plan. Installments are negotiable with a limit of 4 months.
Sorry, we don’t issue refunds for beat leasing with the sole exception of when a double payment is accidentally made or for mastering and custom beats.
Go to the beat store and click ‘add to cart,’ select your license, and proceed to checkout. On the checkout page is where you can apply the coupon code.
Please check your spam folder as it’s probably in there. If not, please contact us. Please include the order date and the email address you used to make the purchase. We’ll get back to you ASAP!
Please contact us and specify the problem. Please include the order ID or the email address you used to make the purchase.
No worries! Please contact us and let us know when you placed the order and which email address you used to purchase. We’ll get back to you ASAP!
Unfortunately, the license agreement is auto-generated by our beat store. We can, however, make an internal note for any requested changes to the agreement. Please inquire using the about page.
Firstly, we apologize if this happens to you. We can assure you that all our music is 100% copyright clear. Using our beats with a purchased license is 100% legal, and you are not doing anything wrong.
Classical music has a higher risk of being misidentified by YouTube software since the composition remains the same; only the masters (the actual interpretations or recordings) are different. A Mozart piece performed by Olive Musique can be misidentified as the same Mozart piece interpreted by a different artist on a recording that may belong to Sony, for example.
Unfortunately, false or mistaken copyright claims are a known issue with YouTube and music libraries. The most efficient response is to simply counter the claim with your Definition Beats license. The claim will then be dropped. You can read more about making a counter-notification here.
Please note that your beat license does NOT allow you to upload your project to YouTube’s Content ID system. Definition Beats retains ownership of the recording. Due to the nature of YouTube’s content recognition software, uploading beats by Definition Beats to Content ID will cause mistaken copyright claims for other users and for your future projects, and constitutes a violation of our licensing terms. If you have more questions about the YouTube claim process, please contact us.
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