Music Shop Pro /// Exclusive rights
THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on the (DATE) serves as a legally binding contract between k4GOD (Tomasz Korzeniowski) (“Licensor”) and [TRACK NAME] (“Licensee”). This agreement grants the Licensee exclusive rights to the Instrumental named “TRACK NAME” (“Instrumental”). All licenses are non-refundable and non-transferable.
The Licensor hereby grants the Licensee the right to record vocal and/or Instrumental synchronization to any or all parts of the Instrumental. The Licensee understands that their usage of the Instrumental is unlimited to use for commercial use. If the Licensee wishes to use the Instrumental in other new compositions, the Licensee does not have to purchase another license from the Licensor to use the Instrumental. The Licensee is allowed to edit the Instrumental by changing the arrangement of the Instrumental or by removing/adding any melodies and/or instruments.
The Licensee is able to distribute unlimited units of the Master Recording for profitable use, which can be distributed on any kind of recording media including, but not limited to: compact discs, DVDs, VHS videos, and all other forms of media (online and/or offline). The Licensor expressly forbids resale or other distribution of the Instrumental, either as they exist or any modification thereof.
The Licensor hereby grants to License an exclusive license to use the Master Recording in unlimited profit performances, shows or concerts.
The Licensor hereby grants synchronization rights for unlimited music videos streamed online (YouTube, Vimeo etc..) for unlimited monetized video streams. The Licensor also grants the Licensee synchronization rights for unlimited monetized audio streams to sites like Spotify, Rhapsody etc..
If a beat contains sampled material, the sample-clearing of itself needs to be done by the Licensee.
Upon purchasing exclusive rights, the Licensor maintains 100% full rights (copyright and ownership) of the Instrumental but is no longer able to resell it non-exclusively and/or exclusively.
The Licensee must give production credit to the Licensor for any and all distributed material (also on online platforms). This can be done in or on the CD booklet or outside cover, in the song or video descriptions. The Licensee must give production credit to the Licensor as “k4GOD” (e.g. “Prod.: k4GOD (k4GOD.pl)” or “Composer: k4GOD (k4GOD.pl)” or "beat: k4GOD (k4GOD.pl)” or "music: k4GOD (k4GOD.pl)” or "soundscore: k4GOD (k4GOD.pl)”) etc.
Licensee must supply the Licensor with at least one (1) copy of each final recording made using the Instrumental (download link to firstname.lastname@example.org).
By receiving this contract via email, you automatically agree to the terms stated above and gain exclusive rights to the Instrumental.
All no license owners (listeners) can not use my music without permission except listening. Send to me e-mail with details with link(s) to their video(s) and details of purchase so I can put their video(s) on the whitelist and give permision – please send details/links to: email@example.com including your order number, PayPal transaction ID, link to video(s) and email address used for purchase. This is the exact message you might receive: Due to a copyright claim, you are no longer monetizing the following YouTube video. It is still playable on YouTube, but the copyright owner could choose to show ads on it. It may therefore be possible that you receive a copyright claim on youtube videos, even if you own a license. As listed above, please follow the instructions written in bold! Using a content ID program is the only way I can assure that only people with an appropriate muisc-license are monetizing their videos rightfully and legally on youtube. It also protects your videos from receiving fraudulent claims by third parties that claim to own the administrative rights to the beats. If you have any questions concerning this issue, feel free to contact me anytime via email and I will respond in 24-48 business hours.
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