Soundslice store content policy
For all content in your course, including the music, you must either own the copyright or have obtained the necessary rights to use and sell the content. By making a course available for sale on Soundslice, you certify that you have the right to sell it.
Confused? Here are some examples:
- Selling a course about a general technique or musical genre, using your own self-produced audio/video and musical ideas, is permitted.
- Selling a course about how to play specific pieces of music that are in the public domain — such as “Auld Lang Syne” — is permitted.
- Selling a course about how to play specific pieces of music for which you haven’t secured the rights — such as Led Zeppelin tunes that you haven’t licensed from a music publisher — is not permitted.
- Selling a transcription of a recording for which you haven’t secured the rights — such as a John Coltrane saxophone solo that you haven’t licensed from a music publisher — is not permitted.
As with all materials that you create on Soundslice — whether they are for sale or not — you retain any intellectual property rights in the content you upload or post. You grant Soundslice a license to use the content (e.g., so that it can appear in your course on soundslice.com). See our sitewide Terms of Service for this more formally stated.