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Frequently Asked Questions:
  • Are there any royalties / back-end payments?
  • How do I fill out the copyright forms?
  • How Do I get my Beats?
  • What is Non-Exclusive vs Exclusive?
  • When I buy a beat, can I use the song on my album?
  • Beat Battles
  • Why have I not sold any beats?





  • Are there any royalties / back-end payments?

    You will share the joint copyright of the beat with the producer. The producer will get 50% of the writers credit for the completed song. This usually means 50% of all statutory publishing and mechanical royalties will be paid to the producer of the beat.


  • How do I fill out the copyright forms?

    http://www.copyright.gov/forms/formpai.pdf This is for the performing arts, public performance
          http://www.copyright.gov/forms/formsri.pdf This is for the sound recording, duplication
          Make sure to read the instructions. For more information go: http://www.copyright.gov/forms/
          If you have difficulty downloading or printing forms, you may also request Forms by Mail or by phone (202) 707-9100 (not toll-free).
          
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  • How Do I get my Beats?

    On the email that you receive, look for the "download link" (below the mp3 link)and download the beat to your PC. The link says: "Download ALL beats at once as a ZIP File". You will need to download and then unzip the file.
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  • What is Non-Exclusive vs Exclusive?

    A non-exclusive beat means it is licensed to more than one person.
          An exclusive beat is only licensed to one person and therefore will normally cost more than non-exclusive.
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  • When I buy a beat, can I use the song on my album?

    Yes! All beats have a commerical use license meaning you can use them for your demo or album and can perform your song during shows. Each license is good for ONE commercial project. This means you can use the beat for one album release, but must buy an additional license if you plan to use the beat on a "Greatest Hits" or Re-Release.
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  • Beat Battles

    The fee to use the cash beat battles is 10% of the prize.

          The number of votes to finish the battle will vary, but will be very accurate.

          Every cash battle voter must have at least one beat sale!

          Every voter is heavily filtered for fraud.

          You can request your money right now by emailing info@hotproducerbeats.com.This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it.


  • Why have I not sold any beats?

    HotProducerbeats.com spends money on marketing the website to potential buyers. Beyond that, when a customer visits the website they can pick from a wide variety of beats to buy. Buyers will pick the beat they like best for the least amount of money. Here are some guidelines to increase your sales: - Upload a variety of different beats to please different kinds of customers
    - Make sure your tracks are "up to par", or else people will label you as wack - Price your beats moderately and realistically Follow these guidelines and you should have better luck with sales. Remember to keep those beats HOT with bangin drum sounds and other fresh elements. It is a highly competitive market and being average will not cut it.





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