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Frequently Asked Questions2019-09-26T15:03:42+00:00
Can I make a song or a remix with music?2019-09-26T09:19:04+00:00

NO! Our music is meant to be used for multimedia projects such as videos and web applications. For both the free license and the pro licenses, it is forbidden to make a song, a remix and/or to use our music for music production. You can, however, adapt the music for your film or video by cutting, fading, editing the length or adding voice over.

Can I use your music for Facebook?2019-09-26T09:15:19+00:00

Yes, you can use our music in your Facebook videos, however, you cannot register videos to the Facebook Rights Manager Service. Because of a flaw of Facebook’s copyright protection software that would keep other users to use our music.

Can I use your music for free?2019-09-26T09:21:49+00:00

Yes! But you need to credit and respect the Creative Commons License Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0
If you do not want to credit or if you want to support this website you can buy a license on the track pages.

Can you compose original music for my project?2019-09-26T09:19:35+00:00

If you need original music, you can check prices here:

Copyright Claims2019-09-26T09:13:32+00:00

YouTube uses recognition software that scans the music in your video to see if you are using copyrighted material.

Our music tracks are not registered in the YouTube content ID so:
You shouldn’t get a copyright notice using our music.

If you have a copyright claim it is either a “false positive” (the software is wrong) or someone has fraudulently registered my music.

If you have a Copyright Notice:

  • Contest the Claim: Don’t panic, do not remove your video or replace the music, YouTube won’t ban or penalize you. The copyright notification will be dropped (it takes from a few hours to a few days) and if monetization is activated on your video you won’t lose money.

  • When YouTube asks you for a reason, check: “I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material” In the comments put a link of the page where you have downloaded the track. If you have bought a license attach your license certificate.

  • If the claim is not yet reported contact me with the details about the claim: track title, composer, name, company and the label that has registered the track. This way I can do something on my side if someone is trying to steal my work.

Do your commercial license allow me to use your music on several projects?2019-09-26T09:21:08+00:00

If you produce your own videos: Yes.
If you produce videos for clients then you must buy a license for each client.

What are the usage restrictions?2019-09-26T09:17:58+00:00
  • You cannot Claim our music as your own.

  • You cannot Register our music in any store/platform.

  • You cannot use our music for Audio Podcasts or AudioBooks.

  • You cannot make music, song or remix with our music.

  • You can use our music for Facebook videos but you cannot register them to the Facebook Rights Manager Service (that will keep other users to use our music).

What is the proper way to give credits?2019-09-26T09:22:45+00:00

Examples of credits: “Music:

For Online videos (Youtube, Vimeo,…) Leave credits in the video description.

Where can I read full license agreement?2019-09-26T15:11:51+00:00

You can read full license text here:

Why audio podcasts and audio-only projects are not allowed?2019-09-26T09:20:44+00:00

Using our music for audio podcasts or audio-only projects is not permitted because it leads to copyright issues. Most web services that deal with audio can’t make a difference between a music file and a podcast using a music file. The consequence is that it leads to people being blocked from using our music in their videos.

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