Sounds – refers to all samples, loops, and instrument presets available to download and (or) purchase on the FatLoops site (www.fatloops.com, fatloops.com, *.fatloops.com.
Licensee – the person who purchased or free downloaded the sounds on FatLoops
Composition(s) – the “end product” in which licensee incorporates sounds purchased and (or) free downloaded from the FatLoops site.
All sounds, including paid and free products available on FatLoops, are released under Royalty-Free license. FatLoops own and control all rights to the sounds hosted on fatloops.com.
By using all or any portion of the sounds, you accept all the terms conditions of this agreement. FatLoops retain all title and ownership of all sounds and reserve all rights not expressly granted to purchasers.
1. Mechanical Rights: Licensee has a non-exclusive right to use sounds as part of their compositions in such (but not limited to) mediums as CD, DVD, USB memory, SD cards, analog tapes, digital tapes, vinyl records, internet video streaming services, internet audio streaming services and similar.
2. Synchronization Rights: Licensee has a non-exclusive right to use sounds as part of their compositions to synchronize with (but not limited to) visual images, games, TV, film, and similar.
3. Public performance rights: The licensee has a non-exclusive right to use sounds as part of their compositions for public viewing or broadcast.
Original sounds purchased by the licensee may not be sold as part of another sample library, presets library, as a part of software or hardware device, including musical instruments such as samplers or synthesizers.
Manipulated or modified sounds may not be sold as part of another sample library. The sounds may not be copied or sold for profit, except when used in the licensee’s compositions as part of a greater body of work.
1. Claim ownership or authorship of sounds
2. Sell sounds to individuals of groups without written permission obtained from FatLoops
Use sounds in any media production that is not another sample library, preset library, or is a part of software or hardware device, including musical instruments such as samplers or synthesizers.