You ARE the exclusive rights holder of your SONG... just not the underlying BEAT. Two different things there. It's just like a movie.. that Disney movie may be exclusively licensed to Disney Plus, but some of those songs in it are definitely non-exclusively licensed and used in other projects. You have nonexclusive rights to the BEAT, but you have exclusive rights to your SONG. Hope that clears up any confusion there! Go get it!
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- I don't know what to do about Distrokid's YouTube policy... Help!
- My Streaming Service is saying I don't have Rights to use my Beat! Help!
- I need exclusive rights to my song to publish - How do I do that if I leased a beat?
- Can I have the MIDI files to Beats?
- How is your licensing contract different from other producers / beatmakers?
- What is the publishing split for your licenses and beats?
- If I leased out a beat and my music is out and someone came and bought the exclusive rights to the beat, would I have to shut my music down?
- Why do I have to send you the Song I make with your Beats?