No. Doing so would be outside the scope of our license for MultiTrack content which is a single site license for live performance use only. If you download a MultiTrack and put it in a DAW and create your own mixes for rehearsal, then you’re creating what’s called a derivative work for another purpose and that’s not covered by your MultiTrack license. A new file intended for a new use would need an additional license from a publisher and master owner and that’s one component of what RehearsalMix provides. We’ve secured licenses from the rights holders on your behalf and we pay them for the ability to use their masters in this way. See our Terms and Conditions for further details.
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