Frequently Asked Questions

For some people beat licensing can be confusing.
You might have a bunch of questions about it.

License Questions

Yes, all licenses come with tagged files.

No. I still own the rights and I will still be able to license it to other artists. Except if you buy exclusive license.

If you buy an Exclusive license, the beat will be removed from the shop and will not be sold from there on. Current license holders for the beat will still be able to use the instrumental as per the license terms until expiry of the license – but will not be able to renew the license.

If you exceed your limits, that means your license is no longer be valid. If you want to continue to keep your release, you must upgrade your license to a higher license. By only pay the difference between each license.

If you exceed your limits, that means your license is no longer be valid. If you want to continue to keep your release, you must upgrade your license to a higher license. By only pay the difference between each license.

No, the Beat will not be removed if you purchase non-exclusive licenses (Beginner, Upcoming, Professional, Unlimited, and Enterprise License) as the Producer still retain all ownership and can sell/license to multi peoples, until someone purchases the Exclusive Rights.

Yes. One of the advantages of buying + selling beats online is the low cost. Rather than only sell beats exclusively for huge sums of money, producers license beats at lower prices, meaning customers get great prices, and producers can still earn a living.

This means that if you're licensing a beat, there's every chance that others will lease that also. This is very common in the music industry, right up to top artists, and is nothing to worry about.

To ensure that no one leases the same beat as you, you can buy the exclusive. When bought in my store, it is automatically removed so it cannot be sold anymore. One thing to keep in mind is that anyone who has leased the beat before you buy the exclusive can still use it within the terms of their license.

If you have leased the beat that was used in your YouTube video then you can dispute the claim. You will have to reference the invoice/order number in which you leased the beat as well as upload a copy of the license agreement. After review, the claim will be lifted.

General Questions

Yes! I use PayPal as my payment processor, one of the most secure and popular checkout systems in the world.

If you can’t find or not able to purchase the beat direct from the web store.

Please fill in the form on this link to make a manual order(s). Once I receive the filled form, I will send you an invoice link as well as a download link manually as soon as possible.

We accept PayPal and Credit/Debit card payments only.

Yes. After you’ve made the payment you will be redirected to a secure download area where you can instantly download the files.

A confirmation email, which includes the download links, will be sent as well.

Add 3 beats of the same license type to the cart, the discount applies automatically.

“Stems” or tracked out audio files are the separate audio files the make up a particular instrument. For instance, the kick, snare, synth, piano, and so on are all separate audio files that comprise the instrumental.

These are useful for high-end mixing projects where the engineer may need to customize the mix of the instrumental around your vocals. We highly suggest the Professional License for a top-notch mix.

Unfortunately, we do not offer payment plans for the Exclusive license.

We highly recommend you start with a small/medium license first, if your song is going well, then come back and upgrade anytime if the Beat is still available.

In all projects where any part of the BRADLEYMOON beats instrumental is used, be sure to give credit in one of the following formats:

– “Produced by Bradley Moon”

– “Beat by Bradley Moon”

– “Original Music by Bradley Moon”.

MP3s are smaller than WAV files because they are compressed using lossy compression. Lossy compression means that some information is lost when the files are made smaller. What is lost usually depends on the bitrate of the MP3. High-quality MP3s are less compressed; therefore, they discard less data, but they are usually larger in size than lower-quality MP3s.


WAV files are uncompressed and are made using the same audio specifications that CDs use. This is why a WAV ripped from a CD can sound just as good as the original CD version; it is an exact copy. It’s the lack of compression that makes the WAV file large. A three-minute MP3 encoded at a variable bit rate (VBR) averaging 211 kbps (kilobytes-per-second) can be around 5MB in size. A high-quality WAV file of the same song is nearly 10 times that at 45MB in size. I recommend using WAV files at all times. I offer WAV files with the Premium, Premium+, Unlimited and Exclusive rights options.