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Reggae, Dancehall, Moombahton, Reggaeton, Afro, Pop, Dance and HipHop – All with Tropical Influences

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to the most commonly asked questions (see below). Click on the questions to see the answers. If your question is not answered below in the FAQ, please contact me.


License Types


Basic Lease

This license permits you to sell your songs for up to 5.000 copies for album profit or internet download in either combination or you keep all earnings.

In addition, you may use your songs for radio broadcast, paid performances, tv, websites, ringtones, music video’s etc.

Production credit must be given to Benn-i Productions in either text format or verbally within the song.

Premium Lease

This license permits you to sell your songs for up to 15.000 copies for album profit or internet download in either combination or you keep all earnings.

In addition, you may use your songs for radio broadcast, paid performances, tv, websites, ringtones, music video’s etc.

Production credit must be given to Benn-i Productions in either text format or verbally within the song.

Unlimited Lease

This license permits you to sell your songs unlimited or unrestricted for album profit or internet download in either combination or you keep all earnings.

In addition, you may use your songs for radio broadcast, paid performances, tv, websites, ringtones, music video’s etc.

Production credit must be given to Benn-i Productions in either text format or verbally within the song.

Other Purposes

For other instrumental need: Television, Internet, Radio, Advertising and other purposes please contact benn-i@benn-i-productions.com


 

How to play a reggae beat on keyboard?

A lot of people ask me how to play a reggae beat on keyboard. On my YouTube sub channel “ReggaeBeats” I played some track on the keyboard. The song played is “Here Comes Trouble” by Chronixx

How to build a Reggae beat?

Do you want to know how to build a reggae beat? Check out this Youtube Video: Reggae Beat Basics – How to make reggae in Cubase

How to buy a Riddim – Beat?

The process for buying a Riddim at Benn-i Productions is very simple.

  1. Browse the beat store and click the name of the beat you want;
  2. Select the license option (Basic, Premium, Unlimited) you want and click the Buy button;
  3. Make a payment and you will be able to download the beat instantly.

 

How to give credit to Benn-i Productions?

In all projects where any part of a Benn-i Productions Riddim is used, make sure to give credit in the following format (as agreed on in the License Agreement):

“Riddim produced by Benn-i-Productions”
“Original Riddim made by Benn-i”.

How do you come up with a Riddim name?

A lot of Riddims were just thought out by Benn-i Productions, or sometimes its just a feeling that you have when you make the Riddim. Sometimes you have to Google and do a little bit of research. I don’t want to take the risk of using a Riddim name that is already used. So this is screened very well, using some familiar riddim databases.

Can i change the Riddim after buying it?

Yes. Its allowed to do everything you want with the Riddim, after you bought the Riddim. So if you want to adjust the bpm, loop it, chop it or want to add extra sounds and effect its all possible. As long as you still give full production credits to Benn-i Productions.

Do i own the Riddim after i bought it?

No, you don’t own the riddim. You are leasing a non exclusive riddim. All non exclusive riddims are leased not sold. You are leasing the rights to use it.

Why do you use audio-tags?

Benn-i uses custom audio-tags to protect his beats from being stolen or ripped. When you lease or a exclusive riddim, you will receive the untagged version of the riddim you bought (after you made a payment). So the voice from the artist is removed, singing “This beat is produced by Benn-i Productions“.

No problem. You can always re-download it from the site. You also have a download link in the order confirmation email that was send to u when the riddim was purchased. If you continue to have problems, contact Benn-i.

What about the Terms of Agreement?

The license agreements are part of all  the beats/riddims/instrumentals that you buy/purchase/download or lease. After buying a beat/riddim/instrumental the buyer (licensee) has to agree on the Terms of Agreement.

What do I receive when I lease a Riddim/Beat/Instrumental?

Free and Basic Riddims, beats and instrumentals are in Mp3 format. Premium and Unlimited Riddims are in WAV (44.1 kHz) format.

When receiving a Free or Basic Riddim this will be delivered in Mp3 Format. The Premium and Unlimited Riddims are delivered in WAV format.

What are the differences between Riddims?

Free Riddims are Riddims/Beats produced by Benn-i Productions. These Riddims/Beats are not tagged (protected by audio-tag) and are available free for download. When you download a free Riddim, you will get mp3 [128 kbps] version of the Riddim.

All free Riddims are not exclusive.

Lease Riddims are Riddims/Beats produced by Benn-i Productions. These Riddims/Beats are tagged and are available for download. When you download a lease Riddim, you pay with PayPal. After the payment is made you will receive a download link that contains the untagged (No protection audio-tag) mp3 [128 kbps] or WAV [44.1 kHz] version of the Riddim / beat / instrumental. Depends on the form of lease you want. Free and Basic Riddims are in Mp3 format. Premium and Unlimited are in WAV format.

All lease Riddims are not exclusive.

All material sold is copyrighted. MUSIC OWNERSHIP: The non-exclusive tracks compositions sold by Benn-i Productions remain the exclusive property of Benn-i Productions.

Copyright is the term used to describe a number of legal rights that exist in original literary, musical, dramatic or artistic works, and in sound recordings, films, broadcasts and other creative works. Under copyright laws, these rights are exclusive to the copyright owner, and enable the copyright owner to control how their work is used and to prevent unauthorized use.

What does royalty free mean?

Music which is sold without any ongoing royalty obligations. The copyright is owned in its entirety, by the seller. Royalty Free is not the same as copyright free. In the case of royalty free, the selling entity or entities retain the copyright interest.

What about the privacy policy and terms of use?

Benn-i Productions uses privacy policy and terms of use. You can find the information here;

What about the Prices of the riddims?

Basic Lease Riddims are 29 euro, Premium Lease Riddims are 49 euro and Unlimited Riddims are 99 euro.

 

What do you use to make Riddims?

Every Riddim is made using industry-standard DAW’s (digital audio working station). Cubase 7 and earlier Riddims in Fruity Loops Studio. Benn-i Productions only works with legal DAW’s.

Instruments and hardware used by Benn-i Productions;
Casio CTK-900, Akai MPK49, Samson mic, FocusRite Saffire Pro 24Dsp, KRK Rokit 5 Studio Monitors, Soundcraft EFX 12 Mixer and a powerfull pc setup.
Also different VST’s (virtual instruments, designed by Steinberg) are used for the composition of each riddim.

When it comes to mixing and mastering, a lot of effect and instruments are used from WAVES and IzoTope.

Who is Benn-i Productions?

Benn-i Productionss producer is Bennie Mellies. More about Bennie on the about page.

Read more about Bennie on his Branded page.

Who designed your Website?

The site is Designed by Bennie Mellies (Benn-i). If you have any questions about Webdesign, or when you want your own beatshop. Please contact Benn-i. Next to the profession of Music and Beats, Benn-i also makes wonderful webdesign solutions for customers.

How much to make my Website?

Does Benn-i Productions work with Samples?

No. Benn-i Productions only works with own made sounds. These sounds are made in the studio of Benn-i Productions on real instruments and virtual instruments. Also a lot is created with Midi. So you never have to worry about copyright issues or clearing samples once you bought your Riddim / Beat or instrumental.

Are Riddims removed from the website once they are bought?

No. When an exclusive Riddim is bought, it will be no longer available for download or for sale. It will remain on the website with the status “Sold“. When a non-exclusive Riddim is bought, it will remain on Benn-i Productions Website and can still be bought or downloaded by others.