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Non-Exclusive Beat Policy

Ultimate Force Records Electronic Contract-(Standard Lease Sample)


All electronic standard leases will be stored on ultimateforcerecords.com’s leasing database.

LICENSE AGREEMENT (NON-EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS)-STANDARD Royalty FREE

Electronic Contract- This is a Digital Contract for any Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black original musical compositions
purchased on www.ultimateforcerecords.com. This contract can be for one or more musical compositions.
Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black has full ownership of all compositions and records of all transactions that will entitle a
client of their purchase regarding this binding agreement.

Terms and Conditions

I. The musical compositions, sounds, and tags are sold by Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black will remain the property of
Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black. The original compositions are licensed and not sold for use in any musical, artistic, business and multimedia financial exclusive gain. You can use standard leased beats for sale in album, mix-tape, or single paid internet download. All standard leases are royalty free. Licensee may sale unlimited copies through the specified mediums.

Producer information must be on information list.

Example Credits
Music produced by Sporty Black
Music © 2012 All Rights Reserved.
MP3 Files Must Include - Produced by Sporty Black

II .The right to use Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black musical compositions is granted to the Licensee. This license grants
Licensee the non-exclusive right to use Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black musical compositions so long as credit is given to
Sporty Black.

III. It is specifically implicit and agreed upon that Licensee does not acquire any ownership rights or any
primary copyrights, and that Licensor retains all rights in the musical compositions obtained from
Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black.

IV. The License prohibits resale or other distribution of Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black musical compositions. Licensee
cannot sell, loan, lease, disperse, or reassign all or any of the products sold under Ultimate Force Records / Sporty Black to
another user, or for use in any competitive product.

Payments

V. PayPal, check, or money order are accepted as forms of payments for UltimateForceRecords.com musical
compositions or products. Personal or financial information will not be exposed to UltimateForceRecords.com in
any way. Licensee Credit Card transactions will be secured and will not be disclosed to others.



Product Download

VI. Once a product is purchased, an instant download will be available in High- Quality. There is
however, NO REFUNDS

VII. Once a client has purchased a beat, the client information will be placed in UltimateForceRecords.com leasing database. The database contains the client’s name, beat name, time purchased, phone number, and amount paid.


Unofficial use or replication is a violation of this agreement. Any infringement of copyright will be
pursued to the fullest extent of the law.

Saturday, 17 December 2011 16:32

Another Favorite

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Music Producer MDL

The super-talented music producer MdL recently swung by our site. While we interviewed him, we found out that he already has a pretty nice track record to show off. Both his versatility and creativity has brought him into the studio to work on projects that included Jackie Boyz, Justin Bieber, Midi Mafia, New Boyz, Lindsay Vinarsky, and a bunch of other musical talents that extend into other genres (for an in-depth discography, make sure you go to his myspace!).

How long have you been creating music?

I have been involved in music for quite some time now. Played the flute, harmonica, and guitar during my elementary years, but have been creating my own music since age 15.

Do you happen to use the same mixing program that you used back when you started?

It's ironic that lately I've returned to using one of my preliminary sequencers, FL Studio. I used to force myself to stop using it because of its notoriety for being "amateur" software.

 

 

Saturday, 17 December 2011 13:21

Need Beats? Buy Instrumentals Now.

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Saturday, 12 November 2011 23:00

Tips In Selling Beats

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Dirty BeatsFour Basic Tips for selling beats.

1. Make Beat Making Videos

Some people may not want to get in front of the camera, but this can really help with exposure. There are many people online that want to learn. These people become fans and follow you and can possibly become buyers of your music.
I want to use Boon Doc as an example. He currently have 6,558 Youtube subscribers. I did a interview with Boon Doc, I asked him how has about how Youtube has helped him and he said “It had helped tremendously with exposure.  People are posting and discussing my videos all over the place at websites and forums that I’ve never even seen or heard of before.” He pointed out how it has helped with beats sales, finding new artist to collaborate with, and big name people like Ryan Leslie getting in contact with him.

One of my other favorite Youtube music makers is Ronald Jenkees who has a whopping 77,429 subscribers, and his video views range from 95k to 3 million views. This can defiantly help you build a name for yourself.
So online videos can help a lot.

Cameras like this look cool for online video, Kodak Zi6 Pocket HD Camcorder, and its under $200.

2. Participate in Forums

I have been in many music forums where certain producers have built great names for themselves. They do this in a couple ways like having great answers to people questions, sharing music making tips, giving good feedback, and producing good music. Participating in forums also allows you to keep update with what is going on with music, learn new techniques, and get feedback on your music.

In the past I did a post on 9 music forums you should participate in.

Side note, please don’t become a forum jerk, someone that has nothing to share, and just replies to a thread because they are bored, and gives just stupid answers. Just work on building a good name for yourself.

3. Promote! Promote! Promote!

Put a web address in you email signature, forum signature, and on blogs when you leave a comment in the URL section. This helps me a lot, I leave a comment on other music blogs randomly, and I can see traffic coming from all kind of sites because of it.

Also use Myspace to get people to listen to your music. Post a Myspace bulletin once a week when you have new music. But don’t be one of the people that do 10 bulletins a day, that’s spammy, and isn’t a good look for you. 

4. Give Away Free Beats

This can be good depending on the situation. Maybe you give away 2 to 3 decent beats in a forum, and this can help bring people to your site to possibly buy some higher quality beats.

Also exchange for exposure by having a DJ or rapper saying your name & Myspace address.

For example I did a interview with Eyetel , and he spoke about how he gave out a free beat CD and the rapper Crooked I ended up rapping over one of his beats. So free isn’t always bad.

As a web designer I have done free projects in the past, and it has opened the door to me to other projects.