Here’s an example of what it is. You go to a Stock Music site to buy a license for a video that you want to put online. Once in the library,
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Sometimes it can be very annoying to understand the difference between “
The composer as the Copyright owner may want to receive his
Let’s clarify the other types of licenses: Public Domain and Creative Commons.
When you browse the web, you probably find that there were 2 other sources of free license. We are talking about Public Domain and Creative Commons here. You have to be careful with these two sources of music. Sometimes it even makes more sense to license royalty free music than using these sources.
Here is a simple explanation
We use the term public domain to describe music without copyright which is always free to use. Important things to note, public domain music must be released before 1923 or music specially distributed by the creator as public domain. Also, there isn’t a very large selection of public domain music and you may find it difficult to find interesting songs as a filmmaker.
However, why is it free?
Music that is considered public domain consists of all creations which are not protected by copyright and which can therefore be used without permission or without having to pay the original author.
What is extraordinary is that this music as a public domain can be copied, distributed, adapted, interpreted and used in public for free as if they belong to everyone.
What is important to remember is recording. We find two types of rights concerning sound recording. we are talking about the copyright of the composition and the rights of the composer.
Nobody owns the copyright of a song that is under public domain. This is why, it is better to make a new recording with its own interpretation to obtain the copyrights on this recording. So you will find the possibility of collecting rights on the recording of music under the public domain is possible with your own interpretation of a recording.
When a song is protected by a Creative Commons license, it comes with some limitations. These limitations are established by the composer either for reproduction, distribution, distribution or even a copy of his own work.
Now that that is said, you must therefore mention the source when you use the song in your production. The correct way to cite the source is by using the term (“attributing”) with the name of the composer, the name of the song and a link to the song. You will probably find the way to credit the composer when you download it. So what are the conditions associated with a Creative Commons license:
- No Derivate Works
- Share Alike
But what does that mean?
The attribution means that in any situation you must mention the name of the composer.
The condition of Non-Commercial simply means that you can use the song only for non-commercial purposes. So you can’t make money out of it or put it into commercial production.
No Derivative Works means that you cannot transform the song to use it in another form.
Finally, Share Alike authorizes you to create derivative products while maintaining the same license when disclosed.
That said, you can combine different variations of these conditions to form the license you are looking for.
Is there one better than the other?
Once you have determined which license you will use (Creative commons or royalty free music), you can start your project.
If you choose to go with the Creative Commons license, pay attention to the choice and what is included in the license. On the other hand, if you choose the royalty free music license, it means that you have made the choice to avoid copyright problems.
In the event that you are a big user, that is to say that you have a YouTube channel with a large audience, it will probably be easier to go with the royalty free music license.
Can royalty free music be used commercially
The answer is yes. In fact,
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Many people tend to believe that
To start your exploration in royalty free music visit our library at Groove Bakery.