FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How can I buy beats?

1. Click +ADD next to the beat(s) you wish to order
2. Select the license you require
3. When you are ready to order, click Buy Now in the top right to redirect to PayPal
4. After payment you will receive the Download links to your beats to your PayPal email address (please check your junk mail)

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept PayPal and all major debit/credit cards (Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, etc). All transactions are made via Paypal. You do not have to have a Paypal account to make your transactions. If you do not own a Paypal account, and wish not to create one, you are still able to purchase beats.

Will all tags be removed once I purchase the beat?
Yes. Once purchased you will receive download links with all tags removed from the beats.

A beat I was listening to is now removed from the site. What happened to it?

If a beat is removed, its exclusive rights were bought. Once a beat is bought exclusively, it cannot be resold.

Will the beat be removed from the website once I buy it?

Beat deleted from beat store only if you buy exclusive rights. By purchasing a non-exclusive license you don't become the owner of the purchased beat. A non-exclusive license can be sold multiple times, unlike an exclusive license.

I have bought Exclusive Rights to a beat. Can it be leased again or has it been leased before?

Once Exclusive Rights to a beat have been sold, the beat may not be sold/leased anymore. However, it might be possible that a beat has been leased to several persons before it is sold exclusively.
Do I have to pay a percentage of the royalties I accure?
No. All licenses are 100% royalty-free.

Can I use the beat for a profitable project?

Yes, a non-exclusive license can be used for one profitable project (an album, a mixtape, a commercial etc.) with a sales limit. It can also be used for an unlimited number of live shows or performances.

What does “tracked-out” mean, exactly?

It means that every "track" of the beat (kick, snare, piano, synth, bassline etc.) will come in a separate high-quality WAV audio file. This way, you or your audio engineer will have more control over editing, mixing and mastering your song.