Will THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT voice tags be removed when I purchase the instrumental beat?
-Yes. Just as soon as the payment is settled, you’ll receive a version of the beat in your e-mail that will contain no voice tags.
How can I settle the payment if I don’t have a PayPal account?
-You don’t necessarily need a PayPal account. It is also possible to use your Master, Visa or American Express card. As soon as you press the “Buy Now” button, you will be transferred to the PayPal page, where you will be able to choose whether you want to pay using your PayPal account or a PayPal guest account, or with any of the aforementioned cards.
How long will I have to wait to receive the beats I purchase?
-All links are sent automatically, as soon as the payment has been settled. Sometimes there might be a delay (up to 10 minutes) due to technical malfunction of some of the services. Be sure to check your spam folder as well. In case you haven’t received your beat/s, contact THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT at firstname.lastname@example.org and solve the problem as soon as possible.
Can I use the beat for a profitable project?
-Yes, go to Licensing Info tab/page. A non-exclusive license can be used for one, two or three profitable project songs (depending on leasing agreement). Use for album, iTunes, mixtape, commercial, Video etc. With sale limits of 3,000 – 7,000 – 10,000 – 20,000 – 55,000 copies (WAV leases); 2,000 and 5,000 copies (mp3 leases). It can also be used for an unlimited number of live shows or performances.
Once I sell the amount of licensed units/copies I paid for do I need a new lease to continue use of the beat commercially?
-Yes. Renew your lease, purchase a new lease or buy exclusive rights
Is it possible to purchase beats in WAV format, or tracked-out beats?
-Yes, it is. Just purchase the 20,000 or 55,000 or Exclusive “WAV licensing agreement” & you will receive a WAV file If you need the tracked out version. Also you can contact me on this site or email@example.com and leave me a message stating that you purchased one of the two licenses and you would like it tracked out.
What does “tracked-out” mean, exactly?
-It means that every detail of the beat (the kick drum, the snare drum, hi-hats, samples, instruments etc.) will each come in a separate high-quality WAV audio file, in tracks. This way, you or your audio engineer will have more control over editing, mixing and mastering the beat and the song.
What is the difference between exclusive rights and non-exclusive rights (leasing)?
-Non-exclusive (leasing) rights means that the beat is still owned by THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT. The lessee receives purchased limited rights for the use of the purchased beat and can use it for at least one profitable project with the sales limit of up to 3,000 – 7,000 – 10,000 – 20,000 – 55,000 copies. Exclusive rights, however, grant full ownership of the beat and you can do everything you want with it, except for selling instrumental to a third party. Exclusive rights can be sold to only one person and, as soon as the beat’s exclusive license has been sold, The tagged version will still be on audio players but not for sale. For the prices of the exclusive rights contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens if I’ve bought a non-exclusive license and later somebody purchases exclusive rights for the same beat?
-Nothing. By purchasing a non-exclusive license you receive a digital agreement that grants you your certain rights for its use, as long as the contractual conditions are not violated.
What happens if two people buy non-exclusive rights for the same beat?
-The non-exclusive license (leasing) is sufficiently limited, and the possibility of the two songs with the same beat ever crossing paths is equivalent to zero. All limitations can be eliminated by purchasing exclusive rights (which are sold for one person only).
I’m a producer/ agent/ artist/music industry professional, can I use beats by TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT and RESELL them to artists, emcees, rappers, singers, film projects etc?
-NO. Under no circumstance. You will face legal action for using the intellectual property of TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT llc. In an unauthorized manner not covered in the lease terms.
Do I need a paypal account to buy from this site?
-NO. You can purchase beats with ANY debit or credit card OR paypal account.
What if two different people buy the same beat?
-If two different people buy the same beat, they can still each copyright their own song (with lyrics) they make with that beat, and sell, distribute, perform and broadcast that song, keeping all their own royalties. When you purchase a beat from TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT, the copyright for that beat alone still belongs to TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT. However, the copyright for the song that you make with that beat, your lyrics combined with that beat, belongs to you. And with the rights granted to you by TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT license agreement, you are allowed to sell, distribute, perform and broadcast (TV, radio, Internet, etc.) that song, keeping all of the royalties.
How do I buy a beat?
-The process for buying a beat is pretty simple. First you’ll find the BEAT STORE page/tab and pick the beat/s you want to buy in the player. If you know the title of the beat on the Zinsta Player, you can search for it using the search box at the top right of the player. Once you’ve found the beat you want to buy, Click the checkbox for the version you want. Once you’ve selected all of the beats you want to buy, click the “Add to Cart” button. This will take you to a PayPal page that says, “Choose a way to pay.” Here you can log into your PayPal account if you have one, or if you don’t have a PayPal account you can just use your debit or credit card without ever having to sign in to PayPal. To do this, just choose the option below the PayPal login that says, “Don’t have a PayPal account? Pay with your debit or credit card as a PayPal guest.” Then follow the instructions within PayPal to make your payment. THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT will email you a link to this download page so that you can access it at any time in the future if you ever need to download your files again. You may also click www.soundclick.com/trentondivine link on BEAT STORE page and be redirected to Trenton Divine’s Soundclick site.
Can I change the Beat after I buy it?
-Only with written consent by The RockHill Ave. Project may you change the structure of the instrumental beats. If permitted, you can chop, loop, speed up, slow down, add extra sounds, and change up the beat as much as you want as long as you still give full production credit to TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT or your license agreement will become null and void, THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT will not permit your copyright clearance and you will face legal action for breach on contract.
How do I give credit to TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT ?
-In all projects where any part of a TRENTON DIVINE – THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT beat is used. Example but not limited to: (albums, credits, youtube, itunes, radio, movies, mixtapes, etc.) be sure to give written and verbal credit in one of the following formats:
Example but not limited to:
“Beat by (TRENTON DIVINE or THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT)”
“Original Music by(TRENTON DIVINE or THE ROCKHILL AVE. PROJECT)”Will I need to pay any royalty clearance fees for samples on the instrumental beat/s I buy from your sites?
-No, Never. All of Trenton Divine/The RockHill Ave. Project’s instrumental beats are all Royalty Free! Which means you never have to worry about lawsuits or other legal issues when purchasing from www.TheRockHillAve.Project.com or www.Soundclick.com/TrentonDivine. Just chose from one of the leasing agreements, buy the beat/s and begin to create your song/s without the stress or worries of clearing a sample or paying royalties to a publishing company. Just be on your way to making music and money.Can I change the title of my song? Or do I have to use the instrumental’s name you already have?
-Yes, you are definitely allowed to name the title of your song whatever you so desire. However, when you copyright the song you recorded with your own lyrics you must credit Trenton Divine, The RockHill Ave. Project’s beat.