Remix Licenses

Learn more about the details of remix licenses

Can a remix created on SKIO be commercialized?

Yes, a remix created on SKIO may be commercialized by the original owner. If you are not the owner, you must have the owner’s permission. You may contact the original content owner by sending them a message on SKIO.

Can I share my completed remix on social media?

With SKIO’s Instant Remix we have pre-cleared the rights with the track owner to share your completed remix on social media. Each Instant Remix may include the right to share on different social media channels. When you purchase an Instant Remix the social media channels that you can share on will be posted on the track page and at check out. If you are interested in getting the rights to make a remix and share on social media check out some of our top tracks to remix here. To learn more about SKIO Instant Remix click here.

When negotiating the rights to remix a track using the “Send Proposal” button, you must request the right to share on social media and the platforms that you wish to promote the completed remix on. To learn more about how to negotiate a remix click here.

Does SKIO administer royalty payments?

Currently, SKIO Music does not administer the royalty payments. For royalty collection please contact your performance rights organization(s).

Does the track owner have control over where the remixer shares the remix?

A remix created on SKIO may only be shared on social media channels with the permission of the original content owner. If you wish to allow the remixer to share their completed remix on social media you can specify this in the terms you set in the remix agreement.

My remix wasn’t approved, can I upload it to social media?

Unfortunately, unless the remix is approved by the original content owner and permission is granted, you may not share and/or distribute the remix. If your remix was not approved and you would still like to share the track, remember to ask for permission from the content owner first.

You can always contact the content owner and work on any revisions they suggest to work towards approval.

What if I don’t like the remix of my song?

If you are unsatisfied with the remix that was completed for your original song, we recommend contacting the remixer to discuss possible revisions. You may contact the remixer by sending them a message on the Project page for the respective project, which can be found by clicking on the My Deals tab when you are logged into SKIO Music.

Who should register the remix with Rights Collective Agencies?

Usually, the owner who controls the rights to the remix is responsible for registering the remix with rights collective agencies.

Who will control the rights of the remix?

The original content owner, or the authorized rights holder of the original content (for example the original artist or record label), will control the rights of any derivative works.