A royalty-free licence gives permission for a music item to be used for a product (video, toy, game, movie). The licence is valid for the life of that product, with no additional charges.
No. Our music is ‘non-exclusive’, meaning the music is not exclusively available to you - others will also be able to buy a licence for the same music item.
No. You can't purchase a licence for our music and then sell or distribute the music to others as a stand-alone item. The music must be incorporated into a product, which may be sold
You may edit the length of the music to suit your project, or add a spoken voiceover/sound effects, but you cannot add anything else, such as singing or other musical instruments.
If a licence has been purchased, but the item has not been downloaded within one month of purchase, then you may be eligible for a refund. Please contact us through our website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
YouTube and Podcasts
Yes, providing you don't claim ownership of the music.
Yes, as long as the music is mostly used as an intro, or in the background, with the spoken voiceover being the dominant element of the podcast.
No. As long as the music item is used on your channel, you only need to purchase one licence. You are not allowed to use the same music across multiple YouTube channels, even if you manage the other channel, unless you buy another licence.
No. You only need to purchase the item once per TV/web series.
YouTube’s Content ID system will occasionally find audio in your video that's also been used by someone else. To clear this notice, you simply need to let YouTube know that you have licensed the music and have the rights to use it. Any problems, get in touch with us, providing your order number or licence number, via our contact page or at email@example.com
TV, Films and Movies
Yes, after purchasing a licence, you can use our music in any TV show or film/movie being broadcast worldwide to any audience size.
Yes, after purchasing a licence, a music item can be used in a single advert or commercial being broadcast worldwide to any audience size.
Yes, you would need a separate licence for each broadcast version.
Yes, as long as the music is mostly used in the background and the spoken voiceover is the dominant element of the final product.
Websites, Apps and Toys
Yes, after purchasing a licence, you can use the music item in an individual product, whether distributed physically or digitally online.
No, not unless you purchase a separate licence for each final customised product created by each user.
Yes. After purchasing a licence, our music can be used in a single toy product for worldwide distribution.
No. Providing the same product is being distributed, you will only need one licence.
Yes. If you purchase a licence for a music item on behalf of your client, you can still charge them for creating a product. Please note - the licence would only cover this one project, so you would need to purchase a new licence should you wish to use the same music for a different project.
Yes, but only those who are working on the single product into which the music item is being incorporated.
No, it's not necessary, but appreciated.
Yes, your licence will continue to be valid for the life of the product for which it was originally purchased.
The ‘preview’ sound is a watermark, to protect against theft. The full, original music audio, without the watermark, will be made available upon purchase.