This depends on the type of product you purchased. If you purchased a Prime Only track, it will automatically be available to you in our free iOS & macOS app called Prime. You can download it for free in the app store. If you purchased a ZIP product, you can access your download files by going to your account and clicking on "Purchases"
Yes. Each multi-site campus needs to own their own copy of the Track. Tracks are licensed for single use. At this time, we recommend that each campus have their own account to purchase tracks with.
Sorry, no. The tracks you download are limited to your own use. If someone else wants to use them, they need to make their own purchase. Please review the Terms of Service for full licensing details.
Every track on LoopCommunity.com has already been properly licensed from the song publisher for distribution. However, you still need to have proper licensing in place if you choose to use these in a live performance. You are responsible for obtaining and maintaining licenses and licensing fees, if any are incurred, for the use of these recordings. These licenses and licensing fees may include, but may not be limited to, licenses from and licensing fees paid to CCLI, ASCAP, BMI, and/or SESAC. Purchasing a loop from Loop Community does not give you permission to record, distribute, or publish any song.
No, but you can! All of our tracks work automatically and perfectly in our free app PRIME. If you purchase the full version, you'll receive a ZIP file with the individual .wav files that you can use in Ableton Live.
You are responsible for obtaining and managing a PRO License to use any Track in a public live performance. You must pay any and all license fees incurred with the live performance, display and use of the compositions. These licenses and licensing fees may include, but may not be limited to, licenses from and licensing fees paid to ASCAP, BMI, CCLI and/or SESAC. Loop Community is not responsible in any way for this use case. For more information about these licenses, please contact ASCAP, BMI, or CCLI
Yes and No. If you purchase Master Tracks, you cannot use them in streaming video. However, Community and Premium tracks can be used in streaming video as long as you obtain the necessary licenses to stream from CCLI.
Yes! In your account downloads, click on the Upgrade button next to any track you'd like to upgrade to the full download version. There is a small administration charge for each upgrade.
Now you're speaking our language! We love teaching others how to produce their own tracks. Check out this video series we did on create your own tracks.
Selling your tracks on Loop is a great way to make extra income with the music you create. If you're interested in becoming a Loop Producer, you can apply by clicking on the upload button at the top of the website and choose "To Sell".
If you're looking for a Split Track or Accompaniment Track, please contact someone from our support team and we can help get you the files you need. We want to make sure your needs are taken care of.
Click and Cues are tracks that help your band stay in time and together. The Click is a metronome that helps everyone play at a consistent tempo. The Cues is a voice track that will guide your band through the song (Chorus, 2, 3, 4!). You'll be amazed at how much tighter your band sounds while playing with a Click and Cue. It is the #1 thing you can do to enhance the sound of your band.
When using tracks, it's important that your band can hear the click to stay in time with the tracks. It's best if everyone in your band can hear the click, but at mininimum, your drummer should be able to hear the click. If you don't have an in-ear monitor system, as long as your drummer can hear the click, you'll be fine!
Prime Only lets you access the multitrack stems for playback in Prime, our free app. The Full Download gives you all of the stems as Wav files to use on your computer in addition to giving you access to the stems in Prime.
Community tracks are made by our community producers. Premium tracks are made by our LC studio team to match the original track as close as possible. Master track are the album stems straight from the artist.
Multitracks are all of the individual stem files from the song. This way you can use what instruments you want and can take out what you don't want, giving you more control over your live performance.