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LICENSE AGREEMENTS:

 

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STANDARD-LEASE

THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on the %ORDER DATE% serves as a legal­ly bind­ing con­tract between Christoph Schrein­er (InsaneBeatz) (“Licen­sor”) and %YOUR NAME% (“Licensee”). This agree­ment grants the Licensee non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal named “%BEAT_NAME%” (“Instru­men­tal”). All licens­es are non-refund­able and non-trans­fer­able.

Master Recording

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 non-exclu­sive usage of the Instru­men­tal is lim­it­ed to one (1) new com­po­si­tion and if the Licensee wish­es to use the Instru­men­tal in oth­er new com­po­si­tions, then the Licensee must obtain anoth­er license to use the Instru­men­tal from the Licen­sor. The Licensee is allowed to edit the Instru­men­tal that is being licensed in this agree­ment, by chang­ing the arrange­ment of the Instru­men­tal or by removing/adding any melodies, instru­ments.

Profitable Distribution

The Licensee is lim­it­ed to dis­trib­ut­ing one (1) ver­sion of the Mas­ter Record­ing for prof­itable use. The Licensee is lim­it­ed to a dis­tri­b­u­tion of two thou­sand five hun­dred (2500) copies of the Mas­ter Record­ing, 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). With one (1) year from date leased beat was pur­chased to dis­trib­ute until hav­ing to renew lease agree­ment. Non-prof­it usage is still allowed after the license have been ful­filled. The Licen­sor express­ly for­bids resale or oth­er dis­tri­b­u­tion of the Instru­men­tal, either as they exist or any mod­i­fi­ca­tion there­of.

Performance Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants to License a non-exclu­sive license to use the Mas­ter Record­ing in lim­it­ed prof­it per­for­mances, shows or con­certs. The Licensee is allowed to earn up to one thou­sand ($1000) in total through live per­for­mances, shows or con­certs.

Synchronization Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants syn­chro­niza­tion rights for unlim­it­ed non-mon­e­tized audio and video streams. A high­er license will need to be pur­chased for mon­e­tized video streams such as “pre­mi­um-lease”, “unlim­it­ed-lease” or “exclu­sive-rights”.

Audio Samples

If a beat con­tains sam­pled mate­r­i­al, the sam­ple-clear­ing of itself needs to be done by the Licensee.

Ownership

The Licen­sor main­tains 100% full rights (copy­right and own­er­ship) of the Instru­men­tal, and can con­tin­ue to sell it non-exclu­sive­ly and/or exclu­sive­ly. The Licensee has nei­ther the right nor author­i­ty to sell or license the rights to the Instru­men­tal whether in whole or part to any oth­er par­ty. In the event anoth­er indi­vid­ual pur­chas­es exclu­sive rights to your licensed Instru­men­tal you will retain your non-exclu­sive rights under the lim­i­ta­tions list­ed in this agree­ment and until these terms have been ful­filled.

Credit

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 “InsaneBeatz” (e.g. “Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)” or “Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)”).
Licensee must sup­ply the Licen­sor with at least one (1) copy of each final record­ing made using the Instru­men­tal (down­load link to info@insane-beatz.com).

By receiv­ing this con­tract via email, you auto­mat­i­cal­ly agree to the terms stat­ed above and gain non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal.

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PREMIUM-LEASE

THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on the %ORDERDATE% serves as a legal­ly bind­ing con­tract between Christoph Schrein­er (InsaneBeatz) (“Licen­sor”) and %YOUR NAME% (“Licensee”). This agree­ment grants the Licensee non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal named “%BEAT NAME%” (“Instru­men­tal”).

Master Recording

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 non-exclu­sive usage of the Instru­men­tal is lim­it­ed to one (1) new com­po­si­tion and if the Licensee wish­es to use the Instru­men­tal in oth­er new com­po­si­tions, then the Licensee must obtain anoth­er license to use the Instru­men­tal from the Licen­sor. The Licensee is allowed to edit the Instru­men­tal that is being licensed in this agree­ment, by chang­ing the arrange­ment of the Instru­men­tal or by removing/adding any melodies, instru­ments. All licens­es are non-refund­able and non-trans­fer­able.

Profitable Distribution

The Licensee is lim­it­ed to dis­trib­ut­ing one (1) ver­sion of the Mas­ter Record­ing for prof­itable use. The Licensee is lim­it­ed to a dis­tri­b­u­tion of five thou­sand (5000) copies of the Mas­ter Record­ing, 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). With one (1) year from date leased beat was pur­chased to dis­trib­ute until hav­ing to renew lease agree­ment. Non-prof­it usage is still allowed after the license have been ful­filled. The Licen­sor express­ly for­bids resale or oth­er dis­tri­b­u­tion of the Instru­men­tal, either as they exist or any mod­i­fi­ca­tion there­of.

Performance Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants to License a non-exclu­sive license to use the Mas­ter Record­ing in lim­it­ed prof­it per­for­mances, shows or con­certs. The Licensee is allowed to earn up to two thou­sand ($2000) in total through live per­for­mances, shows or con­certs.

Synchronization Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants syn­chro­niza­tion rights for one (1) music video streamed online (YouTube, Vimeo etc..) for up to two hun­dred fifty thou­sand (250000) mon­e­tized video streams on all total sites. The Licen­sor also grants the Licensee syn­chro­niza­tion rights for up to two hun­dred fifty thou­sand (250000) mon­e­tized audio streams to sites like Spo­ti­fy, Rhap­sody etc..

Audio Samples

If a beat con­tains sam­pled mate­r­i­al, the sam­ple-clear­ing of itself needs to be done by the Licensee.

Ownership

The Licen­sor main­tains 100% full rights (copy­right and own­er­ship) of the Instru­men­tal, and can con­tin­ue to sell it non-exclu­sive­ly and/or exclu­sive­ly. The Licensee has nei­ther the right nor author­i­ty to sell or license the rights to the Instru­men­tal whether in whole or part to any oth­er par­ty. In the event anoth­er indi­vid­ual pur­chas­es exclu­sive rights to your licensed Instru­men­tal you will retain your non-exclu­sive rights under the lim­i­ta­tions list­ed in this agree­ment and after these terms have been ful­filled.

Credit

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 “InsaneBeatz” (e.g. “Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)” or “Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)”).
Licensee must sup­ply the Licen­sor with at least one (1) copy of each final record­ing made using the Instru­men­tal (down­load link to info@insane-beatz.com).

By receiv­ing this con­tract via email, you auto­mat­i­cal­ly agree to the terms stat­ed above and gain non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal.

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UNLIMITED-LEASE

THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on the %ORDER_DATE% serves as a legal­ly bind­ing con­tract between Christoph Schrein­er (InsaneBeatz) (“Licen­sor”) and %YOUR NAME% (“Licensee”). This agree­ment grants the Licensee non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal named “%BEAT_NAME%” (“Instru­men­tal”). All licens­es are non-refund­able and non-trans­fer­able.

Master Recording

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 non-exclu­sive 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 dont have to buy anoth­er license to use the Instru­men­tal from the Licen­sor. The Licensee is allowed to edit the Instru­men­tal that is being licensed in this agree­ment, by chang­ing the arrange­ment of the Instru­men­tal or by removing/adding any melodies, instru­ments.

Profitable Distribution

The Licensee is able to dis­trib­ut­ing 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.

Performance Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants to License a non-exclu­sive license to use the Mas­ter Record­ing in unlim­it­ed prof­it per­for­mances, shows or con­certs.
Syn­chro­niza­tion Rights
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..

Audio Samples

If a beat con­tains sam­pled mate­r­i­al, the sam­ple-clear­ing of itself needs to be done by the Licensee.

Ownership

The Licen­sor main­tains 100% full rights (copy­right and own­er­ship) of the Instru­men­tal, and can con­tin­ue to sell it non-exclu­sive­ly and/or exclu­sive­ly. The Licensee has nei­ther the right nor author­i­ty to sell or license the rights to the Instru­men­tal whether in whole or part to any oth­er par­ty. It has no effect on your license if a third per­son pur­chas­es exclu­sive rights for the same Instru­men­tal at a lat­er date.

Credit

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 “InsaneBeatz” (e.g. “Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)” or “Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)”).
Licensee must sup­ply the Licen­sor with at least one (1) copy of each final record­ing made using the Instru­men­tal (down­load link to info@insane-beatz.com).
By receiv­ing this con­tract via email, you auto­mat­i­cal­ly agree to the terms stat­ed above and gain non-exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal.

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EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS

THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into on the %ORDER_DATE% serves as a legal­ly bind­ing con­tract between Christoph Schrein­er (InsaneBeatz) (“Licen­sor”) and %BEAT NAME% (“Licensee”). This agree­ment grants the Licensee exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal named “%BEAT NAME%” (“Instru­men­tal”). All licens­es are non-refund­able and non-trans­fer­able.

Master Recording

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 dont have to buy anoth­er license to use the Instru­men­tal from the Licen­sor. The Licensee is allowed to edit the Instru­men­tal that is being licensed in this agree­ment, by chang­ing the arrange­ment of the Instru­men­tal or by removing/adding any melodies, instru­ments.

Profitable Distribution

The Licensee is able to dis­trib­ut­ing 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.

Performance Rights

The Licen­sor here­by grants to License a non-exclu­sive license to use the Mas­ter Record­ing in unlim­it­ed prof­it per­for­mances, shows or con­certs.

Synchronization Rights

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..

Audio Samples

If a beat con­tains sam­pled mate­r­i­al, the sam­ple-clear­ing of itself needs to be done by the Licensee.

Ownership

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.

Credit

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 “InsaneBeatz” (e.g. “Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)” or “Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)”).
Licensee must sup­ply the Licen­sor with at least one (1) copy of each final record­ing made using the Instru­men­tal (down­load link to info@insane-beatz.com).
By receiv­ing this con­tract via email, you auto­mat­i­cal­ly agree to the terms stat­ed above and gain exclu­sive rights to the Instru­men­tal.

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FREE BEATS POLICY

To down­load any free beat, you must agree to the fol­low­ing terms and con­di­tions (here­inafter referred to as “Agree­ment”):

1. Usage. **YOU ABSOLUTELY CANNOT USE THE INSTRUMENTAL COMPOSITION OF WHICH YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO DOWNLOAD (here­inafter referred to as ‘the Beat’) FOR ANY FOR-PROFIT, COMMERCIAL, OR FINANCIALLY EXPLOITATIVE USE. AN APPROPRIATE LICENSE MUST BE PURCHASED OR PROPERLY OBTAINED IN ORDER TO EXPLOIT THE BEAT.** Accept­able use with­out obtain­ing a license (here­inafter referred to as ‘Free Use’) includes:

2. Show­cas­ing of a record­ing on the Beat in a non-prof­it man­ner through an inter­net-based medi­um such as Myspace, Youtube, or a per­son­al web­page.

3. Per­form­ing a live act on the Beat in a com­plete­ly non-prof­it show.

4. Cred­it. You will pro­vide prop­er cred­it for the cre­ation of the Beat by writ­ing ‘Pro­duced by InsaneBeatz’ on all offi­cial doc­u­ments or sur­faces released with tan­gi­ble copies of a record­ing on the Beat. If there are absolute­ly no means to pro­vide writ­ten cred­it, vocal cred­it is required by actu­al­ly record­ing the phrase ‘Pro­duced by InsaneBeatz’ with­in the first 30 sec­onds of the Beat.

5. Lia­bil­i­ty. You here­by agree to indem­ni­fy, defend, and hold InsaneBeatz and all of our offi­cers, direc­tors, pro­duc­ers, own­ers, employ­ees, agents, infor­ma­tion providers, affil­i­ates, and licen­sors (col­lec­tive­ly, ‘InsaneBeatz’) harm­less from and against any and all lia­bil­i­ty, loss­es, costs, and expens­es (includ­ing attor­neys’ fees) incurred in con­nec­tion with any claim aris­ing out of your use of the Beat, includ­ing but not lim­it­ed to claims for defama­tion, vio­la­tion of rights of pub­lic­i­ty and/or pri­va­cy, copy­right infringe­ment, trade­mark infringe­ment, and any claim or lia­bil­i­ty relat­ing to the con­tent, qual­i­ty, or per­for­mance of mate­ri­als in rela­tion to the Beat. We reserve the right, at our own expense, to assume the exclu­sive defense and con­trol of any mat­ter oth­er­wise sub­ject to indem­ni­fi­ca­tion by you, and in such case you agree to coop­er­ate with our defense of such claim.

6. Ter­mi­na­tion. InsaneBeatz reserves the right to ter­mi­nate this Agree­ment at any time or ter­mi­nate your rights to use or dis­trib­ute the Beat at any time for any rea­son.

7. Legal Con­se­quences. Any unau­tho­rized use of the Beat, includ­ing unau­tho­rized reselling, is con­sid­ered a direct vio­la­tion of the US Copy­right Act of 1976 and is infring­ing upon the copy­rights of the works of InsaneBeatz. Under the fullest extend of the law, InsaneBeatz reserves the right to take legal action or pur­sue finan­cial com­pen­sa­tion as a result of any breach or vio­la­tion of this Agree­ment.

8. Mod­i­fi­ca­tions. We reserve the right, at our sole dis­cre­tion, to mod­i­fy this Agree­ment and any fees, at any time, effec­tive upon the date we post a new Agree­ment on the beat’s free down­load page. Your con­tin­ued use of the Beat con­sti­tutes your bind­ing accep­tance of this Agree­ment, includ­ing any changes or mod­i­fi­ca­tions that we may make.

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YOUTUBE POLICY (CONTENT ID)

The licen­sor main­tains the unlim­it­ed, world­wide rights to reg­is­ter his beat-com­po­si­tions with a con­tent-ID program/institution such as AdRev, etc. (if you have ques­tions about con­tent ID or AdRev, please google ‘Con­tent ID’ and ‘AdRev’) and be the sole admin­is­tra­tor of youtube rights using such a con­tent ID pro­gram. This is nec­es­sary and enti­tles licen­sor to main­tain the admin­is­tra­tive and leg­isla­tive rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion, in order to be able to ensure non-exclu­sive and exclu­sive license own­ers admin­is­tra­tive guid­ance and license-war­ranties. The main pur­pose is to stop peo­ple from steal­ing beats and using/monetizing them in videos with­out own­ing a license. What AdRev does is scan youtube videos for audio mate­r­i­al pro­duced by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) and auto­mat­i­cal­ly sends a copy­right claim, which blocks your videos from mon­e­ti­za­tion tem­porar­i­ly. Don’t wor­ry! This claim is more a noti­fi­ca­tion and will NOT harm your chan­nel or video, nor does it force you to take down the video(s), the only thing it does, is dis­able the mon­e­ti­za­tion option tem­porar­i­ly. Your video will keep play­ing with­out any oth­er lim­i­ta­tions. Any­one using free down­loads and tagged demo down­loads in videos on youtube can ignore this copy­right noti­fi­ca­tion as it doesn’t stop your video from play­ing and mon­e­ti­za­tion wouldn’t be allowed for non-licensed beats at all (if mon­e­ti­za­tion is desired, you can pur­chase a “pre­mi­um-lease” or high­er if beat is still avail­able). IMPORTANT! – All license own­ers need to send me their link(s) to their video(s) and details of pur­chase so I can put their video(s) on the whitelist and remove the copy­right claim with­in 24–48 hours – please send details/links to: info@insane-beatz.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 beat-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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Stan­dard Lease

Pre­mi­um Lease

Unlim­it­ed Lease

Exclu­sive Rights

 

TERMS&CONDITIONS

(1) STANDARD-LEASE
(if applic­a­ble) – Also known as non-exclu­sive rights, pur­chas­ing a leas­ing license grants the cus­tomer lim­it­ed artis­tic, com­mer­cial and leg­isla­tive rights to the cor­re­spond­ing beat(s) for one sin­gle profitable/commercial use (e.g. album, EP, sin­gle or mix-tape) on any phys­i­cal or dig­i­tal medi­um such as CDs, DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, LPs, Cas­settes, USB-Sticks or dig­i­tal sales (e.g. itunes, google-play, etc.) with a cir­cu­la­tion of up to 2.500 sales units, all roy­al­ty-free. Besides these allowed sales units (phys­i­cal or dig­i­tal song sales) which count as 1 prof­itable project, the customer/licensee is allowed to use the beat(s) for 1 non-prof­itable videos (e.g. youtube, etc.). If this point of sale is reached and/or fur­ther sales are desired, fur­ther rights with a new sales cap need to be obtained with a new license or license upgrade (if the beat has not yet been sold with exclu­sive rights and is still avail­able). If the beat is no longer avail­able and offered for any form of licens­ing and/or marked as sold, license own­ers of any type of non-exclu­sive rights may upgrade their cur­rent license to the high­est avail­able non-exclu­sive license such as a unlim­it­ed-lease, etc. If exclu­sive rights are no longer avail­able, this does not affect license own­ers from being allowed to upgrade their non-exclu­sive license(s) to the high­est form of non-exclu­sive license(s). Once Licensee has reached the allowed num­ber of sales and any oth­er lim­its con­cern­ing his license agree­ment, no more sales can be made after the sales cap is reached. Licensee express­ly agrees to remove his song from any mar­ket­places, stores, etc. to avoid the song from being sold or mon­e­tized con­tin­u­ous­ly. A leas­ing license (non-exclu­sive) comes as a mixed, tag-free WAV-file, MP3-file and a contract/invoice, stat­ing the rights of use and details of pur­chase. A beat can be leased to more than one per­son at the same time until exclu­sive rights are sold to the beat. Once a beat has been sold with exclu­sive rights, it will no longer be avail­able for any kind of leas­ing and licens­ing, except for upgrad­ing pre­vi­ous­ly sold non-exclu­sive licens­es to a high­er non-exclu­sive license. Pre­vi­ous leas­ing/non-exclu­sive rights that have been sold before the beat is sold exclu­sive­ly are not affect­ed and stay valid until the applic­a­ble sales cap has been reached. Leas­ing a beat does not make the licensee the sole own­er of the beat, nor does it give the licensee any admin­is­tra­tive rights to the beat con­cern­ing legal actions against oth­er license own­ers or any­one using any of the com­po­si­tions offered by InsaneBeatz. The licensee is not allowed to get prof­itable radio‑, video- or tele­vi­sion-air­play with a stan­dard-lease. For this pur­pose licensee must own exclu­sive rights to the beat or a high­er non-exclu­sive license such as ‘pre­mi­um-lease’ or ‘unlim­it­ed-lease’, depend­ing on which type of use he wants to mar­ket and dis­trib­ute the song(s) over the beat(s). The licen­sor express­ly for­bids re-sale or any oth­er dis­tri­b­u­tion of the producer’s com­po­si­tions, either as they exist or any mod­i­fi­ca­tion there­of. The licensee under­stands that the licen­sor main­tains 100% copy­right and own­er­ship of the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion. Licensee can­not use any beat com­po­si­tions as back­ground ele­ment in TV, Film and DVD / com­put­er game projects with­out obtain­ing writ­ten con­sent and a sep­a­rate license agree­ment. Licensee must include on all pro­duc­tions and prod­ucts the producer’s name (InsaneBeatz). Licensee agrees to dis­play the producer’s name in all phys­i­cal media or with­in web pre­sen­ta­tion of a por­tion (e.g. pre-lis­ten­ing) or sum of the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion that is being licensed in this agree­ment. Includ­ing but not lim­it­ed to CD’s, CD cov­ers, Cas­sette tapes, LP’s, Cards, etc. (Exam­ple cred­its: ‘Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)’ or ‘Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com))’. Used under license. Any dis­played or down­load­able MP3 files must include ‘Beat by InsaneBeatz’ with­in the file name. Fur­ther­more, STANDARD-LEASE are sub­ject to reg­is­tra­tions in points (5) – (9).

(2) PREMIUM-LEASE (if applic­a­ble) – Same restric­tions as in point (1) STANDARD-LEASE, but includ­ing the fol­low­ing dif­fer­ences: A pre­mi­um-lease comes as a mixed tag-free WAV-file, tag-free MP3-file and the cor­re­spond­ing sep­a­rate track-lines in WAV-for­mat (also known as tracked outs) along with a license agreement/receipt, stat­ing the rights of use and details of pur­chase. Instead of an allowed cir­cu­la­tion of up to 2.500 sales units for STANDARD-LEASE, pre­mi­um-lease allow up to 5.000 total sales units. Besides these allowed sales units (phys­i­cal or dig­i­tal song sales) which count as 1 prof­itable project, the customer/licensee is allowed to use the beat(s) for pub­lic per­for­mances such as prof­itable live shows, or for mon­e­tized (prof­itable) videos (e.g. youtube). Once licensee has reached the lim­it of his allowed sales units , and/or fur­ther sales are desired, fur­ther rights with a new sales cap need to be obtained with a new license or license upgrade (if the beat has not yet been sold with exclu­sive rights and is still avail­able). If the beat is no longer avail­able and offered for any form of licens­ing and/or marked as sold, license own­ers of any type of non-exclu­sive rights may upgrade their cur­rent license to the high­est avail­able non-exclu­sive license such as a unlim­it­ed-lease, etc. If exclu­sive rights are no longer avail­able, this does not affect license own­ers from being allowed to upgrade their non-exclu­sive license(s) to the high­est form of non-exclu­sive license(s). Once Licensee has reached the allowed num­ber of sales and any oth­er lim­its con­cern­ing his license agree­ment, no more sales can be made after the sales cap is reached. Licensee express­ly agrees to remove his song from any mar­ket­places, stores, etc. to avoid the song from being sold or mon­e­tized con­tin­u­ous­ly. All oth­er terms list­ed in point (1) STANDARD-LEASE, which are not includ­ed in this point (2) in changed form or as an addi­tion, count as gen­er­al non-exclu­sive rights terms that are legal­ly valid and rel­e­vant for pre­mi­um-lease. Fur­ther­more, PREMIUM-LEASE are sub­ject to reg­is­tra­tions in points (5) – (9).

(3) UNLIMITED-LEASE (if applic­a­ble) – Same restric­tions as in point (1) STANDARD-LEASE and point (2) PREMIUM-LEASE, but includ­ing the fol­low­ing dif­fer­ences: Unlim­it­ed Leas­ing Rights come as a mixed tag-free WAV-file, tag-free MP3-file and the cor­re­spond­ing sep­a­rate track-lines in WAV-for­mat (also known as tracked outs) along with a license agreement/receipt, stat­ing the rights of use and details of pur­chase. Instead of an allowed cir­cu­la­tion of up to 2.500 sales units for STANDARD-LEASE, there is no sales cap relat­ed to unlim­it­ed-lease. Besides these allowed sales units (phys­i­cal or dig­i­tal song sales) which count as 1 prof­itable project, the customer/licensee is allowed to use the beat(s) for unlim­it­ed fur­ther prof­itable projects. Licensee may use beat com­po­si­tions in songs, used in pub­lic per­for­mances such as both prof­itable live shows as well as for mon­e­tized (prof­itable) videos (e.g. youtube, etc.). No con­sent is require if the Instru­men­tal is to be used for Radio Broad­cast, Com­mer­cial Adver­tise­ment, Tele­vi­sion Broad­cast, Video Games, Inter­net, On-hold & In House Back­ground Music, or film Sound­tracks. All oth­er terms list­ed in point (1) STANDARD-LEASE and point (2) UNLIMITED-LEASE, which are not includ­ed in this point (3) in changed form or as an addi­tion, count as gen­er­al non-exclu­sive rights terms that are legal­ly valid and rel­e­vant for unlim­it­ed-lease. Fur­ther­more, UNLIMITED-LEASE are sub­ject to reg­is­tra­tions in points (5) – (9).

(4) EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS (if applic­a­ble) – The pur­chase of exclu­sive rights grants the cus­tomer full artis­tic and com­mer­cial rights to the pur­chased beat. There is no sales cap relat­ed to exclu­sive rights. An exclu­sive rights pur­chase comes as a mixed tag-free WAV-file, a mixed MP3-file and the cor­re­spond­ing sep­a­rate in WAV-for­mat (also known as tracked outs) along with a license agreement/receipt, stat­ing the rights of use and details of pur­chase. Once a beat has been sold with exclu­sive rights, it will no longer be avail­able for any kind of future sale/licensing with­in 72 hours. Pre­vi­ous leas­ing rights being sold before the beat has been sold exclu­sive­ly are not affect­ed here­by and stay valid until the sales cap has been reached. License own­ers of non-exclu­sive rights may upgrade their cur­rent non-exclu­sive license to a high­er non-exclu­sive license (if avail­able). It is there­fore pos­si­ble that a beat has been leased sev­er­al times before exclu­sive rights are sold. Once exclu­sive rights are sold, the beat(s) will be marked as ‘sold’ and any pos­si­ble down­load and licens­ing option will be removed. Upon request, a sold beat may be removed from any web­site and mar­ket­ing space where it has been offered for sale by the licen­sor, if licen­sor agrees to. This excludes demon­stra­tional videos (e.g. youtube, etc.) or demon­stra­tional audio mate­r­i­al used in intros, ani­ma­tions or as back­ground music. Licensee is not allowed, nor has the author­i­ty, to dis-allow/­for­bid oth­er non-exclu­sive license-own­ers any use of the beat-composition(s) for commercial/profitable pur­pose or take legal actions against non-exclu­sive license own­ers. The licen­sor express­ly for­bids re-sale or oth­er dis­tri­b­u­tion of the producer’s beat-com­po­si­tion, either as they exist or any mod­i­fi­ca­tions there­of for use in any com­pet­i­tive prod­uct, nor can licensee trans­fer his rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion to a third par­ty if it’s not a full song with artist’s/licensee’s own vocals or at least lyrics. Licensee is allowed to sell his song over the beat-com­po­si­tion with­out any sales lim­i­ta­tion or sales cap, world­wide and through­out the uni­verse, with­out ter­minabil­i­ty, in any commercial/profitable form, and/or trans­fer the rights to his song over the beat, to anoth­er par­ty such as Record Labels, anoth­er pro­duc­tion com­pa­ny and anoth­er artist, but nev­er the rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion itself for a stand­alone beat-com­po­si­tion prod­uct. The licensee under­stands that the licen­sor main­tains 100% copy­right and own­er­ship of the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion and that licensee buys exclu­sive sales rights and rights of use to the beat-composition(s) but not the intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty itself. This is nec­es­sary and enti­tles licen­sor to main­tain the admin­is­tra­tive and leg­isla­tive rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion, in order to be able to ensure non-exclu­sive license own­ers admin­is­tra­tive guid­ance and license-war­ranties. Licensee can use song(s) over beat com­po­si­tions as back­ground ele­ment in TV, Film and DVD / com­put­er game projects with­out obtain­ing writ­ten con­sent and/or anoth­er license agree­ment. Licensee must include on all pro­duc­tions, prod­ucts and any medi­um the producer’s name (InsaneBeatz). Licensee agrees to dis­play the producer’s name in all phys­i­cal media or with­in web pre­sen­ta­tion of a por­tion (e.g. pre-lis­ten­ing) or sum of the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion that is being licensed in this agree­ment. Includ­ing but not lim­it­ed to CD’s, CD cov­ers, Book­lets, Cas­sette tapes, LP’s, Cards, Cas­es, Box­es, etc. (Exam­ple cred­its: ‘Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)’ or ‘Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com))’. Used under license. Any dis­played or down­load­able files such as MP3-files must include ‘Beat by InsaneBeatz’ with­in the file name. Fur­ther­more, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS are sub­ject to reg­is­tra­tions in points (5) — (9).

(5) CREDIT AGREEMENT – Cred­it must always be giv­en to ‘InsaneBeatz’ in writ­ten form, for exam­ple ‘Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)’. By mak­ing a pur­chase of any kind or down­load­ing demo beats, tagged beats, etc. or any sim­i­lar con­tent, the cus­tomer declares that he will give cred­it to the pro­duc­er where pos­si­ble in a writ­ten form (cd cover/booklet, song or video descrip­tions, youtube videos, file-names, mix­tapes, albums, sin­gles, remix­es, social net­work pages such as face­book, music sites such as sound­cloud, reverb­na­tion, etc.). Prop­er cred­it is giv­en as fol­lows: (Exam­ple cred­its: ‘Prod.InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)’ or ‘Beat: InsaneBeatz (www.Insane-Beatz.com)’).. Used under license. Any dis­played or down­load­able files such as mp3s, wav files, etc. must include ‘Beat by InsaneBeatz’ with­in the file name. If beat-composition(s) and/or licensed mate­r­i­al contain(s) any pre-record­ed and mixed/embedded hook(s) (also known as cho­rus) by an artist (singer/rapper), the name of the artist is list­ed and can be found in the filename(s) or pur­chased items and on our web­site. If there is doubt about an artist’s name, you, the licensee or per­son enter­ing into this agree­ment bound to the terms and con­di­tions, has the respon­si­bil­i­ty to con­tact us for this infor­ma­tion. In case a beat-com­po­si­tion con­tains such (a) hook(s), all cred­it as need­ed for ‘InsaneBeatz’ is also need­ed to be giv­en in writ­ten form as fol­lows (‘Hook by Artist­name’ or ‘fea­tur­ing Artist­name’). All hooks come roy­al­ty free as InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) owns full commercial/profitable rights to them. Beats with hooks being dis­played as ‘instru­men­tals wth hooks’ are treat­ed just like all oth­er beat-com­po­si­tions in regards of licens­ing and reg­is­tra­tions in the terms & con­di­tions. All artists that may be appear­ing on beats and per­form­ing hooks have been paid upfront for their work as ‘work for hire’ and are legal­ly qual­i­fied to enter into this agree­ment with­out fur­ther agreement(s). No fur­ther license doc­u­men­ta­tion by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) is required for proof of legal cor­rect­ness.

(6) PAYMENTS – InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) accepts Pay­Pal, Major Cred­it Card Pay­ments and Bank trans­fers. All pay­ments are to be paid or are paid upfront before deliv­ery of the prod­uct. E.g. this means at the same time that ser­vices or prod­ucts by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) will only be deliv­ered after receiv­ing the payment(s), nev­er upfront. Pay­ments that are still pend­ing and not being cred­it­ed yet need to be cred­it­ed first before deliv­ery! Pay­ment plans for ser­vices and prod­ucts, can be set up indi­vid­u­al­ly. A ver­bal or writ­ten sep­a­rate indi­vid­ual agree­ment there­fore is nec­es­sary. Pay­ment plans can vary from 2–10 pay­ment steps, at least ¼ of the total price of the service(s)/product(s) needs to be paid upfront as a down-pay­ment. If the cus­tomer does not ful­fil his pay­ment-plan oblig­a­tions and does not com­plete the pay­ment plan or keep up with the agreed pay­ment rates and dates, there will be no refund of any pay­ments made, due to the admin­is­tra­tive work and pos­si­ble finan­cial loss­es. The beat will become avail­able again for sale and the cus­tomer will keep an extend­ed pre­mi­um lease or pro­fes­sion­al lease to the con­cerned beat(s), in case the payment(s) he made, cov­er at least the amount nec­es­sary for this type of license! Beats that are being paid with pay­ment plans will be put and marked ‘on hold’ on our website(s) and maket­places, and may no longer be sold with exclu­sive rights, but may still be leased to mul­ti­ple cus­tomers at the same time until the last pay­ment step of the pay­ment plan has been com­plet­ed and the total amount of all items/services/products has been paid off. In case of a mon­ey-refund by any of the par­ties, the issued con­tract becomes invalid. Pay­ments that are in any form held, refund­ed, can­celled or incor­rect, by any of the par­ties, result that the issued contract(s)/license agreement(s) and all of the grant­ed rights there­in become invalid and reversed.

(7) PUBLIC PERFORMANCES (Shows/Videos/Stream­s/Ra­dio-and TV-air­play) – Pub­lic per­for­mances are ‘live shows’, ‘live video streams’, ‘videos’, ‘audio streams’, ‘radio air­play’, tv air­play’ and ‘film music’ either as just music (stand­alone) or music in a movie, tv- or video-com­mer­cial, spot, etc. Non-prof­itable live per­for­mances or pub­lic per­for­mances (non prof­itable live shows, non prof­itable video streams, non-prof­itable audio streams) are allowed for any license type. Prof­itable per­for­mances are allowed with stan­dard-lease (up to $1000 in total), pre­mi­um-lease (up to $2000 in total), unlim­it­ed-lease (unlim­it­ed in total) and/or exclu­sive rights (unlim­it­ed in total). See appropriate/specific license descrip­tion and terms. TV- and radio-air­play or streams are only allowed for unlim­it­ed-lease and/or exclu­sive rights. Prof­itable live shows are allowed for any license. All prof­itable pub­lic per­for­mances as well as allowed sales units, if applic­a­ble for license type, are roy­al­ty-free, this means licensee keeps 100% earnings/profits made.

(8) DELIVERY – Prod­ucts, files and doc­u­ments are deliv­ered elec­tron­i­cal­ly via an auto­mat­ic sys­tem if pur­chased via our instant deliv­ery store. All prod­ucts, files and doc­u­ments are deliv­ered elec­tron­i­cal­ly via e‑mail as down­load links, host­ed through a file-send­ing ser­vice such as sendspace.com, license agreement(s) may be sent as attached pdf-file(s). No tangible/physical copies will be deliv­ered via postal mail for any avail­able licens­es. Please check your spam and junk fold­ers if you don’t find our e‑mails in your inbox. Make sure you don’t block pop-up win­dows in your brows­er or links in your email provider/software. If links are not click­able, copy and paste the link(s) in the address bar of your brows­er. If you expe­ri­ence any issues with down­load links, please try a dif­fer­ent brows­er or computer/device. Most mobile phones and devices are not capa­ble of down­load­ing and sav­ing files, in order to down­load the files/documents prop­er­ly, please use a desk­top com­put­er such as a PC, Mac, Lap­top or Mac­book.

(9) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS – The license agreement(s) do not need to be signed by the customer(s)/licensee(s) and auto­mat­i­cal­ly become legal­ly valid and active with pur­chase (pay­ment needs to be ful­ly cred­it­ed) and receipt of pur­chased items. As dis­played on our web­site, cus­tomer auto­mat­i­cal­ly agrees to all registrations/content that are list­ed in the terms & con­di­tions, and enters this agree­ment with pur­chase. By mak­ing a pay­ment, the cus­tomer (licensee) declares that he is ful­ly aware of the entire con­tent list­ed in the terms and con­di­tions, he ful­ly accepts and agrees to them. Full Terms are list­ed on our offi­cial web-page www.insane-beatz.com/terms . In case of pos­si­ble changes in any of the list­ed points, or should one point become invalid or adjust­ed, all oth­er points in the the terms and con­di­tions stay unaf­fect­ed and are still valid. Pre­vi­ous­ly sold licens­es and grant­ed rights stay unaf­fect­ed by future changes to the terms and con­di­tions. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) has the legal right, but nev­er the duty, to re-buy exclu­sive rights from the cur­rent exclu­sive rights license hold­er, for any amount of mon­ey, if the exclu­sive rights license hold­er agrees to it and wants to re-sell his exclu­sive rights back to the licen­sor. Inter­est­ed par­ties, customers/clients, and licensees/license hold­ers have the full respon­si­bil­i­ty to read the terms and con­di­tions before mak­ing a pur­chase, and check for updates and/or changes in the terms and con­di­tions on our web­site www.insane-beatz.com and www.insane-beatz.com/terms. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) is not oblig­ed for address­ing any changes in the terms and con­di­tions pub­licly at any time or in any form. This company’s legal domi­cile is Rein­bek / Ger­many (Europe). For any point list­ed in this writ­ten agree­ment, any restric­tions there­of and the gen­er­al legal rela­tion­ship, Ger­man Law is applic­a­ble in any case. If a beat con­tains sam­pled mate­r­i­al, the sam­ple-clear­ing of itself needs to be done by the customer(s)/licensee(s), nev­er by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er). The customer(s)/licensee(s) understand(s) that they are respon­si­ble for clear­ing all sam­ples that they choose to use and that the licen­sor can­not and will not be held liable for the mis­use of any sam­pled mate­r­i­al that the licensee uses in con­junc­tion with the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion that is being licensed in this agree­ment. The licensee(s) understand(s) and accept(s) that he/they only paid for the pro­duc­tion work of the pro­duc­er. The licen­sor does not claim to have/own any rights on any sam­pled mate­r­i­al. Under no cir­cum­stances is a customer/licensee allowed to re-sell the beat itself or any mod­i­fi­ca­tions there­of, nor trans­fer the rights to the beat com­po­si­tion in any form to a third par­ty, except for what is list­ed in the applic­a­ble license descrip­tions (specif­i­cal­ly point 1–4 and all oth­er restric­tions). Rights that are giv­en to a cus­tomer are not trans­fer­able and non-refund­able, if a customer/licensee fea­tures anoth­er or oth­er artist(s), not list­ed as license hold­ers in his license agree­ment by date of pur­chase, the issued rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion for use in licensee’s/customer’s song(s), fea­tur­ing the con­cerned artist(s), are non-trans­ferrable to other’s and non-split­table, for any kind of non-exclu­sive license(s) and remain bound strict­ly and sole­ly to customer/licensee. If any addi­tion­al license agreement(s), new license agreement(s), or changes to (a) cur­rent license agreement(s), or any con­cerned additions/adjustments, etc. are desired, license agreement(s) or contract(s) must include these terms and con­di­tions and refer to the points/content, list­ed in these terms and con­di­tions in order to blend in with all required and nec­es­sary information/registrations for any license type, war­ranties, and gen­er­al terms and con­di­tions. All orders are final and can­not be changed/altered/adjusted/refunded after­wards, with­out licensor’s approval. No mat­ter if exclu­sive rights or any oth­er licens­es are sold to a beat, InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) will always be allowed to use that beat for own pro­mo­tion­al uses, with­out lim­i­ta­tion, world­wide and through­out the uni­verse, with­out ter­minabil­i­ty. There­fore all beats sold exclu­sive­ly may stay on the web­page or any web­sites and mar­ket­places they were offered, if licen­sor decides to. Down­load and license/purchase options to exclu­sive­ly sold beats (exclu­sive rights) will be removed and the beat will be marked as ‘sold’ and become unavail­able for any form of future licens­ing, except for non-exclu­sive license upgrad­ing as defined in point (1) – point (4) for active non-exclu­sive license own­ers. Customer(s)/Licensee(s) may edit/alter the length of a beat, mixing/mastering of a beat (use of effects, change of volumes/levels, etc.), and gen­er­al mod­i­fi­ca­tions, such as struc­ture of instru­men­ta­tion (seper­ate track­lines), as they see fit, as long as they own a license to the beat and do not change the sound-struc­ture of the beat itself, so that the beat becomes unrec­og­niz­able (e.g. only using drums or only using less than 70% of the entire sounds/instruments includ­ed in the orig­i­nal beat com­po­si­tion). It is also not allowed to use any parts, melodies, instru­ments, sounds, drum arrange­ments, etc. of the orig­i­nal instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion for use in oth­er com­po­si­tions in a com­pet­i­tive prod­uct (for exam­ple: remix­es or sam­pled music/beats) with­out writ­ten con­sent and licensor’s approval. Remix­es using any mate­r­i­al of the orig­i­nal beat com­po­si­tion, or musi­cal ver­sions cov­er­ing the orig­i­nal beat com­po­si­tion, played with live instru­ments (orches­tra, band, etc.) are only allowed for pre­mi­um-lease own­ers, unlim­it­ed-lease own­ers or for exclu­sive rights license own­ers, in both cas­es only with writ­ten con­sent or a ver­bal agree­ment and licensor’s approval. After the deliv­ery of the beat, InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) will be unbound of any fur­ther respon­si­bil­i­ties and legal oblig­a­tions to the customer(s)/licensee(s), and legal­ly freed of any fur­ther duties. Musi­cal Composition(s)/Beat(s) by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) may NOT be uploaded on any web­site, mar­ket­place or dis­trib­uted in any form with­out his per­mis­sion and writ­ten con­sent. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) is not respon­si­ble for any oth­er website(s), marketplace(s), companie(s) or person(s) claim­ing to sell his beats and own­ing rights to them, nor is InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) legal­ly respon­si­ble, nor liable/amenable for any dam­age, harm, finan­cial loss­es or legal issues, caused by any­body abus­ing, dis­re­gard­ing or dis­re­spect­ing the list­ed terms and con­di­tions. Any­one found to be abus­ing and vio­lat­ing these terms and con­di­tions or any oth­er legal aspect con­cern­ing InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) music, con­tent, or phys­i­cal and/or intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty, will like­ly face a law suit and crim­i­nal pun­ish­ment and be held respon­si­ble for copy­right infringe­ment.

(10) PRIVACY POLICY / DIGITAL DOWNLOAD POLICY / LIMITATION ON LIABILITY / TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS – We do not give out your infor­ma­tion to any­one out­side of our busi­ness and it is held pri­vate­ly on a secure serv­er. We do not spam or over­flow your inbox and will con­tact you between twice to six times a month with infor­ma­tion regard­ing InsaneBeatz. By sign­ing up to our mail­ing list, pur­chas­ing an item from us or becom­ing a mem­ber, you acknowl­edge you are on our mail­ing list as a recip­i­ent of our news and updates. Of course you may opt out and unsub­scribe our newslet­ter at any time with­out need of send­ing us a mes­sage. All of our pur­chas­es and busi­ness activ­i­ty is han­dled through Pay­Pal and their secure servers or through national/international banks or insti­tu­tions. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) does not see, use, or know your finan­cial infor­ma­tion and we nev­er ask for it. Your infor­ma­tion remains pri­vate, peri­od. We are not respon­si­ble for any dam­ages incurred by mali­cious attacks on the inter­net. All items marked for sale on this web­site and mar­ket­places we offer our prod­ucts are for dig­i­tal down­load only. We do not deliv­er any phys­i­cal goods to you for pur­chas­es. As a result, all sales on dig­i­tal down­load­able goods are final and we can­not offer a refund for some­thing we can­not take back. In rare cas­es of dupli­cate pur­chas­es, or oth­er rare cir­cum­stances, we will match what you paid with an item of equal or sim­i­lar val­ue. Every cir­cum­stance is dif­fer­ent and will be depen­dent upon review on out­comes of the sit­u­a­tion at hand. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) and ITS SUBSIDIARIES, AFFILIATES, LICENSORS, SERVICE PROVIDERS AND CONTENT PROVIDERS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE, ACTUAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR OTHER DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOSS OF REVENUE OR INCOME, PAIN AND SUFFERING, EMOTIONAL DISTRESS, OR SIMILAR DAMAGES, EVEN IF InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Trade­marks, ser­vice marks, logos, and copy­right­ed works appear­ing on this site are the prop­er­ty of InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) or the par­ty that pro­vid­ed the trade­marks, ser­vices marks, logos, and copy­right­ed work. InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) and any par­ty that pro­vid­ed trade­marks, ser­vice marks, logos, and copy­right­ed works retain all rights with respect to any of their respec­tive trade­marks, ser­vice marks, logos, and copy­right­ed works appear­ing in this site.

(11) YOUTUBE POLICY (CONTENT ID) – The licen­sor main­tains the unlim­it­ed, world­wide rights to reg­is­ter his beat-com­po­si­tions with a con­tent-ID program/institution such as AdRev, etc. (if you have ques­tions about con­tent ID or AdRev, please google ‘Con­tent ID’ and ‘AdRev’) and be the sole admin­is­tra­tor of youtube rights using such a con­tent ID pro­gram. This is nec­es­sary and enti­tles licen­sor to main­tain the admin­is­tra­tive and leg­isla­tive rights to the beat-com­po­si­tion, in order to be able to ensure non-exclu­sive and exclu­sive license own­ers admin­is­tra­tive guid­ance and license-war­ranties. The main pur­pose is to stop peo­ple from steal­ing beats and using/monetizing them in videos with­out own­ing a license. What AdRev does is scan youtube videos for audio mate­r­i­al pro­duced by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er) and auto­mat­i­cal­ly sends a copy­right claim, which blocks your videos from mon­e­ti­za­tion tem­porar­i­ly. Don’t wor­ry! This claim is more a noti­fi­ca­tion and will NOT harm your chan­nel or video, nor does it force you to take down the video(s), the only thing it does, is dis­able the mon­e­ti­za­tion option tem­porar­i­ly. Your video will keep play­ing with­out any oth­er lim­i­ta­tions. Any­one using free down­loads and tagged demo down­loads in videos on youtube can ignore this copy­right noti­fi­ca­tion as it doesn’t stop your video from play­ing and mon­e­ti­za­tion wouldn’t be allowed for non-licensed beats at all (if mon­e­ti­za­tion is desired, you can pur­chase a “pre­mi­um-lease” or high­er if beat is still avail­able). IMPORTANT! – All license own­ers need to send me their link(s) to their video(s) and details of pur­chase so I can put their video(s) on the whitelist and remove the copy­right claim with­in 24–48 hours – please send details/links to: info@insane-beatz.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 beat-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.

(12) DRUM KITS / SOUNDS – All prod­ucts sold as ‚drum-kits’, ‚drum-packs’, ‚drum-sounds’, ‚one-shots’, ‚sounds’, ‚sound–packs’, ‚libraries’, ‚expan­sions’, ‚plug-ins’ etc. on our page are roy­al­ty free. This means that you buy the non-exclu­sive rights to use them freely in any sound/audio and/or audio­vi­su­al pro­duc­tion with­out addi­tion­al com­pen­sa­tion to InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er). You may not dis­trib­ute, sell, assign, license or oth­er­wise trans­fer any of the sounds or kits except as incor­po­rat­ed in a pro­duc­tion. You may not dis­trib­ute the sounds or loops with­out the pro­duc­tion of music and/or vocal pro­duc­tion added or pro­vide instruc­tion as to how to extract the sounds or loops from a pro­duc­tion. There will be no refunds for drum-kits in case you don’t like the sounds. All drum sam­ples have been pro­fes­sion­al­ly processed and we always deliv­er high qual­i­ty prod­ucts. The demo sounds in the small sam­ple pack­age can be down­loaded for free to check the qual­i­ty and for­mat of the files and can be used for any pro­duc­tion pur­pose on any medi­um. You may not re-sell or dis­trib­ute the free sam­ple-drum-sounds in any form on any web­site. You may not dis­trib­ute the sounds or loops, either in native for­mat or refor­mat­ted, fil­tered, re-syn­the­sized or oth­er­wise edit­ed for use as sounds, mul­ti-sounds, sam­ples, loops, mul­ti-sam­ples in a sam­pler, sam­ple play­back unit, web site, com­put­er or oth­er media.

All con­tents of this web­site are: Copy­right 2012–2017 InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er). All rights reserved

Expla­na­tion of Keys (see terms, list­ed in points above for details)

Licensee(s): also referred to as ‘customer(s)’, ‘client(s)’, ‘artist(s)’, ‘license owner(s)’ or ‘license holder(s)’ means the person(s), companie(s), organisation(s) and partie(s) that purchase(s) a prod­uct or license(s) from our web­site or mar­ket­places, which grants him/them/it rights to (a) beat-composition(s) pro­duced by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er)

Licen­sor: the licen­sor, also ref­fered to as ‘the pro­duc­er’, ‘the com­pos­er’, for­mer­ly known as ‘InsaneBeatz’, ‘Christoph Schrein­er’, is the right­ful own­er of copy­rights and originator/owner of the intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty and all rights to the music, beat(s), beat-composition(s), instrumental(s) and orig­i­nal sound recording(s). The licen­sor sells rights to his music and prod­ucts and is the first part in the cue of licens­ing. The licen­sor has the world­wide, unlim­it­ed legal right to enter into this agree­ment and sell rights to his music and licens­es through­out the uni­verse, with­out ter­minabil­i­ty and any restric­tions.

Beat-Composition(s): also referred to as ‘beat(s)’, ‘instrumental(s)’, ‘composition(s)’, ‘sound-recording(s)’, is the instru­men­tal music that is being offered for sale, or being sold as a prod­uct in form of commercial/profitable rights of use and dis­tri­b­u­tion, or offered freely, dis­played, play­ing, embed­ded, and/or offered for sale or down­load on our web­site and any oth­er audi­ble way. Beat-Composition(s) are instru­men­tal ‑music, ‑tracks, ‑com­po­si­tions, ‑pro­duc­tions and ‑musi­cal mate­r­i­al pro­duced and com­posed by InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er)

License(s): also referred to as ‘license agree­ment’, ‘rights agree­ment’ or sim­ply ‘agree­ment’ stands for the type of rights a licensee will be grant­ed by mak­ing a pur­chase of one or mul­ti­ple prod­ucts offered for sale on our website(s) and/or marketplace(s). The indi­vid­ual types of licens­es are specif­i­cal­ly defined in point (1) – point (4) and are fur­ther­more sub­ject to reg­is­tra­tions in point (7 – 12) in the Terms & Con­di­tions.

Product(s): also referred to as ‘item(s)’ or ‘goods’ stand for ‘license(s)’, ‘beat-composition(s)’, ‘drum-kit(s)’, ‘sound(s)’ or any ‘service(s)’ offered for sale or free down­load on our website(s) and/or marketplace(s)

Non-Exclu­sive: also referred to as, ‘non-exclu­sive rights’, ‘lim­it­ed rights’, ‘leas­ing’ or ‘leas­ing rights’ stand for rights, licens­es and/or prod­ucts, that are not sole­ly grant­ed or sold to one sin­gle person/company/organisation, but to mul­ti­ple persons/companies/organisations at the same time. These ‘non-exclu­sive’ rights, licens­es or prod­ucts have more strict restric­tions and lim­i­ta­tions than exclu­sive rights, licens­es or prod­ucts, etc. ‘Non-exclu­sive’ rights, licens­es or prod­ucts are not restrict­ed to the per­son, group, or area con­cerned. The term ‚non-exclu­sive’ means ‚not exclu­sive’.

Exclu­sive: also referred to as, ‘exclu­sive rights’, ‘buy­out’ or ‘sole own­er­ship’ stand for rights, licens­es and/or prod­ucts, that are sole­ly grant­ed or sold to one sin­gle person/company/organisation, but not to mul­ti­ple persons/companies/organisations at the same time. These ‘exclu­sive’ rights, licens­es or prod­ucts have less strict restric­tions and lim­i­ta­tions than non-exclu­sive rights, licens­es or prod­ucts, etc. ‘Exclu­sive’ rights, licens­es or prod­ucts are restrict­ed to the per­son, group, or area con­cerned.

DISCLAIMER:
If you have any ques­tions con­cern­ing any of the points list­ed in this doc­u­ment or any con­tent in the terms & con­di­tions, you can con­tact us any­time via e‑mail: info@insane-beatz.com before mak­ing a pur­chase to our prod­ucts or downloading/using any of our content/products, to avoid any mis­un­der­stand­ing. If any term, and/or cor­re­spond­ing con­tent in these terms and con­di­tions, is not under­stood ful­ly, it is customer’s/licensee’s oblig­a­tion to inform him­self of the con­cerned terms to avoid any mis­un­der­stand­ing.
By mak­ing a pur­chase or downloading/using any of our content/products, you auto­mat­i­cal­ly con­firm that you have read and under­stand the full terms and con­di­tions and ful­ly agree to the terms and con­di­tions. Since these terms can be ful­ly accessed, viewed and are list­ed on our offi­cial website(s) and marketplace(s), any issued license agree­ment auto­mat­i­cal­ly becomes valid with pur­chase or download/use of our content/products/property.

Date: 02.14.2017 (dd.mm.yyyy) – InsaneBeatz (Christoph Schrein­er)

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