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What happens if I cancel my Boost subscription?
What happens if I cancel my Boost subscription?
Updated over a week ago

When you cancel your Boost subscription, the Boost features that you currently have will be disabled. Here’s a summary of what will change:


Your releases will be removed from all stores once your Pro/Boost subscription expires.*

*From March 27, 2024


All of your royalty splits that you have set up will stay put, but you will now pay 15% on your splits for upcoming royalties as a non-subscriber.

Note: this is only for releases with splits, you still receive 100% royalties for releases without splits. You can view your splits by logging into your Amuse account on our web app.

YouTube Content ID:

YouTube Content ID monetization is removed from all your tracks.


When your subscription expires, you won't be able to upload new releases.


The response time for non-subscribers is around 10 business days, whereas Boost users get guaranteed support within 72 hours for any issue.

What's next?

Remember you can rejoin our Boost or Pro tiers at any time.

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