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browj2 wrote on 10/19/2020, 9:27 AM

@dan-s

There are a couple of stickies at the top of this forum about use of Soundpools. Read them. Also, on Magix.com, for Loops Unlimited, scroll down the page and you'll see "May loops & samples be used for commercial purposes?" Read it.

Magix has no such thing as "unlimited license."

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SP. wrote on 10/19/2020, 9:34 AM

It is NOT allowed to resell your music in another stock music library.

The direct or indirect sale of the content is generally prohibited.

https://www.producerplanet.com/gb/licenses/

johnebaker wrote on 10/19/2020, 12:22 PM

@dan-s

Hi

See this page and scroll down to the FAQs, middle paragraph left side of the page.

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Munenushi wrote on 12/8/2020, 4:13 AM

If I may pop in a bit late, just to clarify for people that might only see this Thread:

You cannot just take the WAV files and sell them or distribute them, that is still a limitation of the 'Unlimited' (now called Non-Commercial) License.

You use them to make songs/tracks and compilations of your own.
Think of them as individual words that you use to write your own stories, paragraphs made into pages of work, fueled by your creativity and inspiration of your own.

They are literally 'instruments' of work, not pieces to give out 'as they are'. So no, you cannot just re-sell them after you bought them.

 

Perhaps that can help clear things up, for many that may not go to those informative webpages.

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