This option simply means that you do not own the track. When you listen to r&b beats or rap instrumentals you automatically get excited because you here yourself recording a hit but slow down cowboys and cowgirls.
If you are planning to record a demo after you listen to rap beats and you are not going to get this demo mastered or shrink wrapped or anything that serious just lease the beat.
Why would you want to spend the cost for exclusives when you are going to sell this out of your trunk as a mixtape or give it away to people for exposure. You know people like A&R reps. The song you are recording is strictly for a talent show, A&R showcase, mixtape or PR stunt. you don’t really plan on spending any money marketing this song so just lease the beat and save some money for now. Otherwise it’s not good business sense and I wouldn’t do that to you.
Okay so you recorded demos and rocked madd talent shows and built up a small fanbase. Cool!
Now it’s time to step your game up and record an album to really make yourself some money on an Independent ticket.
This is when you buy exclusives to tracks. You want to own the masters so you can really mix down your vocals with the tracks. You are ready to step up to the plate for mastering and shrink wrapping and bar coding your CD’s so this is next level stuff.
This is when you buy the exclusive rights to beats so no other artist can release this song commercially on an album accept you.
Exclusive rights will allow you the freedom to sell as many CD’s as you wish without catching a case from the producer. I say to you only buy using this option if you are serious about recording an album.
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