122 bpm - Am - Feel Good (Indigo Sand) (Vox)

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 122 bpm - Am - Feel Good (Indigo Sand) (Vox)
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  • Not Royalty Free – must be licensed from freevocals.com for commercial use such as selling on stores like iTunes, Amazon, Beatport or streaming on services like Spotify (Also including any advertising monetization such as Youtube adverts) – Apply for a licence BEFORE you release your track – freevocals.com/licensing/
  • You must not feature our artists name in your track title or description. We will only consider feature requests on certain commercial releases.
  • freevocals.com must be credited in the description of non-profit remixes (e.g. “Acapella downloaded from https://freevocals.com“) or you can include a link to the acapella that you downloaded from our website
  • By downloading this acapella you agree to our End User Licence Agreement.

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Free Downloads & Members Downloads

No, Free Downloads and Members Downloads are not Royalty Free. You will need to apply for a licence if you want to commercially release a track that incorporates these downloads. Please click here to read the full End User Licence Agreement

Free Downloads and Members Downloads must be licensed from freevocals.com for commercial use such as selling on stores like iTunes, Amazon, Beatport or streaming on services like Spotify (Also including any advertising monetization such as Youtube adverts) – Apply for a licence BEFORE you release your track freevocals.com/licensing

Our Free Downloads and Members Downloads can be used for non-profit promotion & educational use but need to be licensed for commercial use. There are a number of restrictions on what you can do with them.

Please read the End User Licence Agreement

Yes our Sound Recordings can be modified or edited. Our Sound Recordings must be combined with other types of samples or sounds to effectively form a new composition or derivative work, in a manner that is clear and distinct from the isolated Sound Recordings themselves. You can’t use the Sound Recordings in isolation or distribute the Sound Recordings independently of a new composition or derivative work.

Yes you can but you need to apply for a commercial licence before you can arrange a commercial release – You can apply here – freevocals.com/licensing

If you have created a new composition or derivative work and just intend to upload it for non-monetized, non-profit promotion then yes, you need to include a link to https://freevocals.com in the track description.

You must not feature our artists name in a non-profit, non-monetized track title or description. We will only consider feature requests on certain commercial releases.

If you don’t feature a vocalists name in your track title and do include a link to our website in the description, then you don’t need permission to upload a non-monetized, non-profit track.

For Pro Studio, Home Studio and Bedroom Studio Members, the limit applies to a set number of products each month. You can download each product multiple times and it won’t count against your monthly limit.

For Free Members, each click of the download button counts as one download against your monthly download limit. This includes the individual download page and your account downloads section. You can download the same file multiple times if necessary but it will count against your limit.

Royalty Free Downloads do not count towards your monthly download limit, you can download these files multiple times after purchasing them.

Non-profit use does not generate any royalties or revenue. For example, if you upload your track to Soundcloud to showcase your work, or upload it to Youtube (without advertising monetization) this is considered non-profit use. You can send a composition or derivative work incorporating our Sound Recordings (but not the isolated Sound Recordings) to Record Labels to see if they are interested in commercially releasing your track. If the label is interested in a commercial release, you or the record label must apply for a licence before it is released.

Educational use is where private individuals use our vocal recordings to learn and practice music production and no royalties or revenue are generated by this activity.

With either of these uses, https://freevocals.com MUST be credited in the description when the track is uploaded (e.g. “Acapella downloaded from https://freevocals.com“) or you can include a link to the acapella that you downloaded from our website.

You must not feature our artists name in a non-profit, non-monetized track title or description. We will only consider feature requests on certain commercial releases.

We use digital fingerprinting including Youtube Content ID and Facebook Copyright Identification to protect our Free Download and Members Download Sound Recordings from unlicensed use and you may receive automated copyright claims against videos uploaded to Youtube or Facebook. These are not copyright strikes and it is nothing to worry about, your videos will not be removed.

If you have licensed our Free Download or Members Download Sound Recordings for commercial use then you need to send us links so that we can white list your Youtube/Facebook videos.

If you have obtained a licence from us to incorporate the Sound Recordings in a commercial monetized Production, no problem, we will whitelist your videos and remove any copyright claims. Fill out this form or email licensing@freevocals.com

Alternatively, if you do receive a claim on your video you can submit a dispute and provide evidence of your licence reference and we will remove the claim.

Licensing

Most of our downloads are provided on a non-exclusive basis. This means that anyone can download and licence the Sound Recordings for commercial use.

We do occasionally offer Exclusive Royalty Free Downloads and as soon as someone buys them, they are removed from the website. You can check if we have any available here – freevocals.com/exclusive-acapellas

If you’re interested in us recording some original, exclusive Custom Vocals for your project, you can see our packages, prices and how the service works here – freevocals.com/custom-vocals

Fill out our licence application form here – https://freevocals.com/licensing

EULA stands for End User Licence Agreement. This agreement outlines the terms and conditions and restrictions that you (the end user) agree to when you download the sound recordings from our website.

Non-exclusive means that anyone can download and licence the sound recordings, subject to our terms and conditions. The sound recordings are not removed from the website after they have been downloaded or licensed.

A music publisher (or publishing company) is responsible for ensuring that songwriters and composers receive payment when their compositions are used commercially. Through an agreement called a publishing contract, a songwriter or composer “assigns” the copyright of their composition to a publishing company. In return, the company licenses compositions, helps monitor where compositions are used, collects royalties and distributes them to the composers. They also secure commissions for music and promote existing compositions to recording artists, film and television. Composition copyright is separate from Master recording copyright.

Master recording copyright is typically owned by a record label or record company.

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ISRC (International Standard Recording Codes) are assigned by distributors and record labels to uniquely identify sound recordings. If you release a track independently through a distributor (e.g. Distrokid) they will assign the ISRC code shortly after you upload the track then the code will appear in your dashboard. If a record label releases a track they will assign an ISRC code which you can ask them to confirm.

Commercial use is anything where there is potential to make money, such as selling on stores like iTunes, Amazon, Beatport or streaming on services like Spotify. This also includes any advertising monetization such as Youtube adverts or promoting a paid product, even if our sound recordings aren’t sold as part of the product – Apply for a licence BEFORE you release your track freevocals.com/licensing

Youtube Content ID is a digital fingerprinting system that we use to manage and administer our copyright content and identify unauthorised commercial use of our Sound Recordings.

You may receive automated copyright claims against videos incorporating our Free Download or Members Download Sound Recordings uploaded to Youtube. These are not copyright strikes and it is nothing to worry about, your videos will not be removed.

If you have obtained a licence from us to incorporate the Sound Recordings in a commercial monetized Production, no problem, we will white-list your videos and remove any copyright claims. Just email links to the videos – licensing@freevocals.com

Copyright is a legal right that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights for its use and distribution. Free Vocals have a publishing agreement with the vocalists and composers and is either the owner or Licensor of the vocal recordings and sound recordings available to download from this website. We own and control the copyright.

There are two separate components of any recording of a musical work: the composition copyright and the sound recording copyright. In most cases, our vocalists and composers have both composed and performed the vocal recordings and sound recordings. They are both the author and performer.

Musical Composition:

The musical composition consists of the written music including any accompanying words. The author of a musical composition is the composer and/or the lyricist. A musical composition can be in the form of sheet music, lyrics sheet or in a sound recording.

Sound Recording:

The sound recording results from combining a series of sounds into a medium that can be played back. The author of a sound recording is the performer(s) whose performance is fixed, the record producer/engineer who processes the sounds and arranges them in the final recording, or both. Copyright in a sound recording is not the same as copyright in the underlying musical composition.

You can check which EULA applies to your download(s) here – freevocals.com/licensing

Free Downloads & Members Downloads End User Licence Agreement

Royalty Free Downloads End User Licence Agreement

You must choose a unique track title that is COMPLETELY different to the vocal recording title. To avoid any conflicts with existing releases we do not allow duplicate track titles. Try and choose a title that doesn’t contain any words from the vocal recording title or any words from the lyrics. Our licensing team will advise if your choice of title has already been used.

You must not feature our artists name in a non-profit, non-monetized track title or description. We will only consider feature requests on certain commercial releases.

There are a number of reasons that featuring is restricted:

  • Restrictions with current releases
  • Issues with the quality of the production
  • Track contains explicit, religious or political content

You can request permission to feature a vocalists name in your track title here – freevocals.com/licensing


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End User Licence Agreement

By downloading or otherwise using Free Downloads & Members Downloads (hereinafter referred to as “Sound Recordings”) from freevocals.com (hereinafter referred to as “the Licensor”), you (hereinafter referred to as “the Licensee”) agree to be bound by the terms of this End User Licence Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the “EULA”). If you do not fully agree to the terms of this EULA, you may not use, copy, keep or store the Sound Recordings.

freevocals.com or its Licensors reserves all rights not expressly granted to the Licensee. You can check which EULA applies to individual Sound Recordings here – https://freevocals.com/licensing

1. Grant of Licence

a) All Sound Recordings available from freevocals.com are licensed, not sold by the Licensor, to you, the Licensee. freevocals.com remains at all times either the owner or Licensor of the Sound Recordings. This EULA is granted upon download of the Sound Recordings from freevocals.com for a single user only and the right to use the Sound Recordings is granted only to the Licensee and is NOT transferable. All copying, lending, duplicating, re-selling or trading of the Sound Recordings is strictly prohibited.

2. Permitted Uses

a) The Licensor grants to the Licensee through this EULA the following limited, non-exclusive worldwide rights:

b) The Licensee may use the Sound Recordings in any non-commercial, non-monetized audio/visual production (hereinafter referred to as “Production”), such as a sound recording, film, animation or other media or multimedia production, subject to the following restrictions:

3. Restrictions on Use

To use the Sound Recordings for commercial purposes or to remove any of the following restrictions you must complete a licence application here – https://freevocals.com/licensing

a) The Licensee may not use the Sound Recordings for commercial purposes (including any monetization or advertising revenue) without obtaining a licence from freevocals.com.

b) The Licensee may not use the Sound Recordings in isolation or distribute the Sound Recordings independently of a Production as “standalone” Sound Recordings. The Licensee may not allow the Sound Recordings to be electronically transmitted or available to file sharing networks. The Sound Recordings must be combined with other types of samples or sounds to effectively form a new composition or derivative work, in a manner that is clear and distinct from the isolated Sound Recording itself.

c) This EULA expressly forbids resale, relicensing or other distribution of the Sound Recordings, either as they exist or any modification thereof. You cannot sell, loan, rent, lease, assign, upload to or download from any server, or transfer all or any of the Sound Recordings to another user, or for use in any competitive product.

d) If the Licensee uploads a Production incorporating the Sound Recordings to Soundcloud, Youtube, Facebook or any other website then Licensee must add a link to  the Free Vocals Website URL in the Production Description (example: “Acapella Downloaded from – https://freevocals.com”)

e) The Licensee may not use digital fingerprinting, including but not limited to Youtube Content ID and Facebook Copyright Identification to claim any copyrights or attempt to monetize the standalone vocal recordings or any other production incorporating the vocal recordings.

f) This EULA is NOT transferable and only the Licensee may incorporate the Sound Recordings in their Production.

g) The Licensee MAY NOT use the name, image, or likeness of the artist associated with the Sound Recordings in any way without that Licensors express written permission. Apply for permission here – https://freevocals.com/licensing  or email licensing@freevocals.com

h) The Licensee may not contact the artists directly to request permission to use the name, image, or likeness of the artist associated with a Sound Recordings. The Licensee must obtain permission from the Licensor.

4. Indemnification

a) The Licensee will indemnify, save, hold harmless and defend freevocals.com from, and against any and all claims, demands, suits, damages, liabilities and all reasonable expenses, including legal fees incurred by freevocals.com with respect to any matter that arises as a result of a breach of this Agreement by the Licensee.

5. Limitation of Liability

a) The Licensee agrees that freevocals.com holds no liability with respect to any claims made in relation to or arising out of this agreement.

6. Jurisdiction

a) This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Laws of England and the English Courts shall have sole jurisdiction.

7. Entire Agreement

a) This Licence Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between freevocals.com and the Licensee with respect to the Sound Recordings.

8. Acceptance

a) Downloading, opening or using the Sound Recordings constitutes your acceptance of this EULA.

9. Content ID

a) We use digital fingerprinting including Youtube Content ID and Facebook Copyright Identification to protect our Free Download Sound Recordings from unlicensed use and you may receive automated copyright claims against videos uploaded to Youtube or Facebook

b) If you have obtained a licence from us to incorporate the Sound Recordings in a commercial monetized Production, no problem, we will whitelist your videos and remove any copyright claims. Just  fill out the form https://freevocals.com/content-id-white-list/ or email licensing@freevocals.com