Free Downloads

Our Free 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 so you’re not “free to do whatever you want with them”. All Acapellas available from are licensed, not sold by, to you, the Licensee. remains at all times either the owner or Licensor of the Acapellas. grants to you, the Licensee through the EULA’s (End User Licence Agreements) certain limited, non‐exclusive worldwide rights.

Please read the terms and conditions carefully. If you do not understand or do not agree to the End User Licence Agreements (EULA’s) then you may not download and use the acapellas.

We want to inspire you and make professional acapellas available to everyone. Please respect our copyright.

You can check which EULA applies to your download(s) here –

No, Free Downloads are not Royalty Free. You will need to apply for a licence if you want to commercially release a track that incorporates our free downloads. Please click here to read the full > EULA

Free Downloads must be licensed from 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

Non-profit use is where there is no potential to make money. For example, if you upload your track to Soundcloud to showcase your work, or upload it to Youtube (without advertising monetization). You can send your track incorporating our vocal recordings (but not the standalone vocal recording) to Record Labels to see if they are interested in commercially releasing your remix. 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 there is no potential to make money.

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

You MUST also obtain permission from if you want to feature the vocalists name in your remix title (example: featuring “Vocalist Name”) BEFORE you upload it.

Yes you can but you need to apply for a commercial licence before you can arrange a commercial release – You can apply here –

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