The Producer School International Licensing Agreement

By downloading or using our packs containing samples, presets and project files, you agree to the following license.

This is a binding license agreement made between yourself the user (LICENSEE) and the copyright owner theproducerschool.com (LICENSOR)

All copyright on our digital products will remain the property of theproducerschool.com which reserves the right to restrict usage of the products, if it is proven that the licensee did not follow this licensing agreement.

Usage agreements:

’Sample’’ definition: A sample is a single sound which can be used in music production. We can also refer to ‘’Sample’’ with: one-shot, hit, instrument or sound.

‘’Sample’’ usage agreement: Samples are royalty free, which means that the licensee can use the samples for commercial purposes in original music productions. However this does not preserve the licensee the right to use the samples in their own sample pack or sound library (for commercial purposes).

‘’Presets” definition: presets are predetermined settings for digital synthesizers (e.g. Xfer Serum 1.272 or > and Sylenth1 V3 or >)

Presets” usage agreement: presets are royalty free as well, which means that the licensee can use the presets for commercial purposes in original music productions. However this does not preserve the licensee the right to use the samples in their own sample pack or sound bank (for commercial purposes).

‘‘Project File” definition: Project files are digital music projects. We mostly focus on project files for the application Fruity Loops Studio 20> (also referred to as FL Studio 20 or our ‘DAW’)

Project File” usage agreement: Project files are for educational purposes only which means that the licensee is not allowed to export the project file and release it as his own original music composition.  

Disclaimer

The LICENSEE agrees that the LICENSOR is not liable for any damages to hardware, software, equipment or health resulting from the download and use of the digital products.  Continuous listening to loud music through ear buds and headphones can cause hearing loss.

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