A few, yes. The license permits usage of the Beats in a personal or professional context for yourself, your clients or your employer. SFR Beats may not be sold by itself, transferred, bartered, traded, shared, leased, or given away to any other party and the license may not be subleased to a third party. Our Beats cannot be resold except to the extent that is embedded in your own work as part of a finished end product. You may not market the Beats as your own even if you add other instruments or a voice to the Beats unless that instrument or voice takes a lead artistic role for the purposes of broadcast and distribution. If you have a situation where a third party needs to take interest in the license, contact us.
The above also applies to any Beats SFR Beats may offer free of charge on our website, including watermarked previews.
If you are unsure whether the usage you are entertaining falls under our limitations of use, please contact us.