Where to purchase licensing rights, additional info needed-

Sei wrote on 5/29/2022, 12:48 PM

I'm using the PC version of Music Maker Jam and I've been wanting to make and release music. I've tried to read around forums but I'm not sure if I'm just not understanding what the process is to be able to get the rights. I understand that the application is owned by Loudly - or at least produced by them, I'm not entirely sure on the details myself.

I use about six loop packages to create tracks that have styles that bleed into one another, and as far as I can tell I have to buy some kind of licensing rights for each of them in order to make revenue off of them (Which is a whole other can of worms that I've yet to figure out as I'm just really starting out into the world.)

But I'm not sure if I have to buy the literal tracks one by one or if it's the pack as a whole that I have to get licensing rights for, so clarification on that would help a lot, as there's no clear-cut answer that if purchasing the licensing rights is a one-off thing that allows me to re-produce and sell tracks using the sample pack as a whole or if I have to buy each and every single track that I use within the pack?

I never planned to make revenue off of the tracks initially, mostly since I used them as practice to help with learning how to structure songs and whatnot, but that's now changed since I wanna get a foot into the door.

So where would I be able to buy the licensing rights? I've tried "Catooh" but it leads me to a site called "Producer Planet" and I can't find the packs that I used within the catalog, so I'm not sure if I'm doing this right.

In the app, when I access the "more info" tab it says I already own the style, for each of the packs I use, but there's a section that says it's a "Non-Commercial" license, which can be clicked on but it directs me to a site that doesn't exist. I'm completely lost on what to do and I really want to see if I can get a commercial license or whatever kind of license allows me to really get things rolling.

I know this question may come pretty often, but there's no clear answer that I've found and I find myself unable to properly understand what's been said without proper explanation


SP. wrote on 5/29/2022, 1:05 PM

@Sei You can contact Loudly via their e-mail help@loudly.com

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