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¿What is royalty free music?

Royalty Free Music refers to a type of music licensing that allows the purchaser to pay for the music license only once and to use the music for as long as desired in accordance with the terms of the purchased license. There are 5 types of licenses available. Be sure to check the terms in details in order to choose the best for your project.

Royalty free music is NOT free!

It is “Free of Royalty” not cost free. Just like a “tax free” product is not free, it is just free of taxes. This mean that you don´t need to pay extra royalties for use my music in your final work.

I need an edit of your music or a custom work, ¿are you available for freelance work?

Sure! Just go to the Contact Page  and tell me what you need!

3 Comments

  1. Can we use these music’s for free ? Kindly answer

  2. Hello,

    I recently purchased a standard license of the “Be Inspiring” track as we were considering it for usage in a Television Ad for our charity race.

    It is now in the final running to potentially be used but I wanted to make sure I understood the terms of the license. On the Audio Jungle site, it suggests that the standard license is not able to be used in any sort of broadcast environment. However, I am unable to select anything beyond the standard license.

    Can you please let me know your thoughts at your convenience?

    Thanks,

    Jarod DCamp
    Race Director

    • Hi Jarod,

      For tv uses you need to buy a broadcast license, there are many types, here you can read the details: http://audiojungle.net/licenses/music

      For buy the correct license just go to the item page and click on the window that said “standard license” for open the full menu and choice the correct license.

      Thanks and best regards!

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