Most frequently asked questions Why the sudden switch to licensed cheer mixes? The reason is actually very dry and boring, ............... Copyright!!!! To protect not only ourselves from legal action but also our customers, we should all take the legal way. Yes it is more exhausting, yes it is a little bit more expensive, but yes it is then LEGAL and with the acquired license you can take part on all public events, show performances and worldwide competitions without the fear of having done something wrong. The core of the rules is to prevent the trainer / owner from unintentionally violating the copyright. They require that each company using the music (gym owners, trainers, music producers, event producers, etc.) has the license(s) required for the specific use of the music. This is stupid, do we get less now and have to pay on top of it? That's not quite right, from now on you always get a license for a mix that is cut to fit your routine. In addition you should also consider that if you try to get the original songs from the current charts, you can expect a 10-100 times higher price per song from the charts than the use of the cover songs offered by us through our favorite providers. PS. The offered cover songs sound so similar to the original that you can hardly hear the difference. How does it work with the cover songs we are allowed to choose from the favorite sites? You can choose from one of our favorite providers your desired songs in the ordered quantity, you can also choose more than one, but we will only keep and process the ordered quantities after we have checked if the cover songs are suitable for cheermix (tempo). If you don't like the mix with the selected cover songs, we will try again to position the song better in the mix or you have to choose another song, which will be charged with another 20€. Why are the mixes so expensive? As before, the mixes fitting the routine must always be created individually, so "from the scratch"! Every mix starts on a blank sheet of paper on our editing program and is filled with more sounds, voices and effects, up to the final mixing of all tracks and masters. It's the same work for the producers, but now with purchased sounds from providers, whose costs we also have to pay. How long does it take until we get the final mix? That varies throughout the year, from January - June about 2 weeks, July - August about 2-3 weeks, September - November 3-5 weeks How many 8-Counts do you advise with the new 2:15 min rule? For a clean routine we recommend to adjust the pace to the team's performance. No mix should be slower than 130 BPM, otherwise it will affect the mood of the routine. Even if you don't get points on the music directly, it's part of your flow in the overall ranking that might be reflected in the points.
Speed to 8-Counts
Länge
125 BPM
130 BPM
135 BPM
140 BPM
145 BPM
150 BPM
1:00
15
16
16
17
18
18
1:30
23
24
25
26
27
28
2:00
31
32
33
35
36
37
2:15
35
36
37
39
40
42
2:30
39
40
42
43
45
47
Speed to 8-Counts
Länge
125 BPM
130 BPM
135 BPM
140 BPM
145 BPM
150 BPM
1:00
15
16
16
17
18
18
1:30
23
24
25
26
27
28
2:00
31
32
33
35
36
37
2:15
35
36
37
39
40
42
2:30
39
40
42
43
45
47
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Most frequently asked questions Why the sudden switch to licensed cheer mixes? The reason is actually very dry and boring, ............... Copyright!!!! To protect not only ourselves from legal action but also our customers, we should all take the legal way. Yes it is more exhausting, yes it is a little bit more expensive, but yes it is then LEGAL and with the acquired license you can take part on all public events, show performances and worldwide competitions without the fear of having done something wrong. The core of the rules is to prevent the trainer / owner from unintentionally violating the copyright. They require that each company using the music (gym owners, trainers, music producers, event producers, etc.) has the license(s) required for the specific use of the music. This is stupid, do we get less now and have to pay on top of it? That's not quite right, from now on you always get a license for a mix that is cut to fit your routine. In addition you should also consider that if you try to get the original songs from the current charts, you can expect a 10-100 times higher price per song from the charts than the use of the cover songs offered by us through our favorite providers. PS. The offered cover songs sound so similar to the original that you can hardly hear the difference. How does it work with the cover songs we are allowed to choose from the favorite sites? You can choose from one of our favorite providers your desired songs in the ordered quantity, you can also choose more than one, but we will only keep and process the ordered quantities after we have checked if the cover songs are suitable for cheermix (tempo). If you don't like the mix with the selected cover songs, we will try again to position the song better in the mix or you have to choose another song, which will be charged with another 20€. Why are the mixes so expensive? As before, the mixes fitting the routine must always be created individually, so "from the scratch"! Every mix starts on a blank sheet of paper on our editing program and is filled with more sounds, voices and effects, up to the final mixing of all tracks and masters. It's the same work for the producers, but now with purchased sounds from providers, whose costs we also have to pay. How long does it take until we get the final mix? That varies throughout the year, from January - June about 2 weeks, July - August about 2-3 weeks, September - November 3-5 weeks How many 8-Counts do you advise with the new 2:15 min rule? For a clean routine we recommend to adjust the pace to the team's performance. No mix should be slower than 130 BPM, otherwise it will affect the mood of the routine. Even if you don't get points on the music directly, it's part of your flow in the overall ranking that might be reflected in the points.
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