Frequently Asked Questions

What is eBeatz?

EBeatz is a music licensing platform for content creators, to find out more about us and our history check out our About page!

Why eBeatz?

We've created eBeatz to be the premium music licensing service for all of your creative needs. It's built on Award Winning talent from our Co-Founder Jeff bass and our team has designed this incredible platform for you to stream and download music from. We use state of the art technologies to provide you with world leading performance, features and updates on a monthly basis.

Need more assurance? We have a star-studded lineup of incredible creators who vouch for the quality of eBeatz.

What does it do?

EBeatz provides a growing library of music licensed to you through our Premium subscription that enables you to monetize your content it is used in on YouTube and Twitch and other social platforms.

Just YouTube and Twitch?

Our license is good for YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We take your YouTube and Twitch information because those systems require more authentication than others. If you run into any issues with copyright or DMCA please email us as we take these issues very seriously.

Don't see your platform? We take any and all suggestions you may have into consideration for future versions of eBeatz, contact us.

Why 30 second songs?

Songs are only 30 seconds while you're in preview mode! Once you become a Premium subscriber you have access to the full length songs.

How long does it take to whitelist me?

Once you sign up for eBeatz Premium you should allow 24 hours before uploading a video or streaming with an eBeatz song. It shouldn’t take this long, but sometimes this process does take a full day.

Where does the music come from?

Co-Founded by two-time Grammy and Oscar Award Winning Producer Jeff Bass, eBeatz has a curated catalog of music from a number of handpicked artists including Jeff Bass. This music was created for eBeatz and only eBeatz, that’s part of what makes us special.

I can monetize videos and streams using this music?

You sure can! Once you’ve become an eBeatz Premium subscriber you have access to our library for your content.

How much does it cost?

The eBeatz Premium subscriptions are $9.00 and $29.00 a month respective of the options you chose, they are described in detail on the Premium page. Creating an account is free and does not require a credit card.

What happens if my subscription stops or cancels?

If you go a full month (30 days) without paying or re-subscribing– your channel will be removed from the whitelist and Content-ID claims may show up on your YouTube videos to collect publishing rights revenue, this is not your full ad revenue but a portion dedicated for music publishing. However, if a payment fails or you want to use a new card, you can change at any time.

Can I be striked for canceling my subscription?

No, we do not issue strikes! Your videos and streams will remain on your channel(s) unharmed. You may see Content ID claims, on YouTube, which reserves the publishing rights ad revenue if you no longer are licensing the music. You can re-subscribe at any time to regain your monetization privileges.

If you run into any issues with copyright or DMCA please email us as we take these issues very seriously.

Do you Issue DMCA takedowns?

No we do not, and will not issue DMCA takedowns.

If you run into any issues with copyright or DMCA please email us as we take these issues very seriously.

My Video or Stream was claimed but I am a premium subscriber?

We use technology that searches the web for our music and claims it when it is not properly licensed.

First, check that;

  • You have the right channels in your dashboard linked
  • Your subscription is active

If you run into any issues with copyright or DMCA please email us as we take these issues very seriously.

What are eBeatz's policies?

You can read our Terms of Service, Licensing Agreement, and Privacy Policy by clicking their names.

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Last Updated July 3, 2020