If you have uploaded a show to Mixcloud and it's not available for all listeners, this may be because we have detected that it contains content that goes above our maximum allowable limit.
What are the limits?
Keeping in line with these limits will make sure your show is available to all listeners:
Maximum 3 songs from one album/compilation (and no more than 2 consecutively)
Maximum 4 songs from one artist (and no more than 3 consecutively)
Shows with 8 or more songs from one recording artist, or over the maximum number of songs from an album/compilation will not be available for listening to on Mixcloud unless the person who owns the rights to the recording sends us an SRPC waiver.
Why do the limits exist?
Mixcloud is a user-generated Internet audio platform. We have many rights-holder partners including record labels, publishers, collecting societies and more.
The limits around the amount of content from one artist or release that you can include are in place so we can make sure we're adhering to our licensing agreements with these partners. They help us to ensure that Mixcloud can continue to operate as a fair and legal platform.
I want my show to be available to everyone
If you do not own the rights to the recordings that are causing the restrictions, we recommend editing and uploading a new version of the mix within the limits above.
If you are a label or artist that owns the master sound recording rights of the recordings that are causing the restrictions, you can complete and return an SRPC Waiver for this show.