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No, you can’t. The licence you bought here on SoundRoseStudio allows you to use it for multimedia projects such as videos and web applications. It is forbidden to make a song, a remix and/or to use the our music for music production.
Example: You can't add lyrics to an audio track and sell it on iTunes
If you produce your own videos: Yes.
If you produce videos for clients then you must buy a license for each client separately.
Well, you don’t have to… But, of course, we would be more than happy if you would :)
This is completely up to you.
You can adjust the music to fit your project by editing the length or changing the sound. However you can not make a song, a re-mix or produce your own music with ours.
Yes, as long as the audio-only end product is larger in scope and different in nature than the music itself. As a rule of thumb, the music alone must not comprise the primary value of the end product, and should have speech overlayed and interspersed throughout. You can never distribute the music track as-is or with superficial modifications.Example: You can use a relaxing music background to underscore your guided meditation voiceover recordings, and sell a CD of this to your spa customers.
Yes, you can use licensed SoundRoseStudio music in your YouTube video.
YouTube takes copyright infringement seriously, and its Content ID audio detection system will occasionally display a copyright notice on videos using licensed SoundRoseStudio music. This typically isn't a bad thing, it simply means YouTube has found some material in your video that's owned 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.
Yes, sure you can! All of our Music Licenses allow use for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.
If you are using a music track in a Broadcast project, simply ask your client or producer what their intended audience size is for the production, meaning the maximum number of people the Broadcast has the potential to reach.
As a general rule of thumb, an audience size up to 1 million tends to be more for local and hyper-targeted broadcasts, 1-10 million is more on the regional-to-national scale, and above 10 million is typical for national and international broadcasts. Please note this may vary depending on your location and target market. In some places, this audience size measure is similar to the broadcast DMA.