Many hip-hop producers “lease” or often license their rhythms on the mass market of artists and sometimes even other producers. But from what I see in the course of my practice, many producers are not taking the necessary precautions to maximize their licensing revenues and protect themselves and their business from impending litigation. Licensor hereby grants a non-exclusive license (this “License”) to record vocal and/or instrumental synchronizations for any or all parts of the composition. The licensee understands that its non-exclusive use of the instrument is limited to a new composition, and if the licensee wishes to use the instrument in other new compositions, the licensee must obtain from the licensor another license for the use of the instrument. Licensee also agrees not to modify the instrumental permitted in this Agreement by changing the layout of the instrument or by deleting the melodies, instruments, drum programs or sounds contained in the instrumental. The licensor retains 100% of the full rights (copyright and ownership) of the instrument and still cannot sell it exclusively and/or exclusively. The licensee has neither the right nor the power to sell or grant all or part of the rights of the instrumental to another party. If another person acquires exclusive rights to your licensed instrumental, you retain your non-exclusive rights in accordance with the restrictions set forth in this Agreement and until such conditions are met. The licensee understands that the composition continues to be offered for sale by the licensor and that it may continue to be leased by the licensor or purchased by another party on a day or at any time. It is only in case of acquisition of “exclusive rights” that the composition is deleted from the site(s) of Fly Guy J and will no longer be sold.
Step 5: Save the changes and every time you sell a Beat license, these adjustments are automatically applied to every 5 contract. The license expressly prohibits the resale or any other distribution of Beats Planet Productions compositions, either to the extent that they exist or any modification thereof. You may NOT sell, loan, rent, sell, assign or transfer any products sold under Beats Planet or for use in a competing product. Accordingly, licensee agrees to exempt the licensor from all claims, losses, damages, costs, expenses, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorneys` fees resulting from an alleged breach of any of the lessee`s warranties, warranties or agreements. Audio samples and, where applicable, 3rd party clearance are the sole responsibility of the licensee. Write the terms and conditions of the contract. Indicate between whom the agreement exists, for example.B. Your producer name and the name of the artist, label or studio that wants to use your beat. I`ve looked at a lot of the contracts used by producers who “leas” their beats online. I visited a few websites that offer “legal advice”. I looked at some of the contracts used by some “serious” producers in the Toronto and Canadian music scene.