Published to Customer Questions on Mar 05, 2020
What is Royalty free music?
Royalty-free music is a type of music licensing that allows the buyer to exploit the bought music however they see fit. This license only needs to be purchased once and can be used for multiple purposes. You can use royalty-free music for videos, websites, movies, festivals, etc. At House of Tracks, you are able to purchase royalty-free tracks. The royalty-free tracks you purchase at House of Tracks are fully royalty-free as opposed to other major royalty-free music platforms.
Can I use Royalty-free music for Youtube?
With youtube, there are strict rules concerning the music that is used for videos. The music for the videos needs to adhere to copyright laws. This means when using music for your videos you need to have the rights over the music. You can find a wide variety of royalty-free music on our platform which you can use for your videos without having to deal with any pesky copyright claims.
Can I use royalty-free music for ad campaigns?
Of course, you can use royalty-free music for ad campaigns. Think of using music for TV ads for instance. In the world of advertising, there are multiple royalty-free tracks that are used over a thousand times. Before you opt for a track that is overly used why not try to find a royalty-free track that is unique? That’s why it might be a great idea to check the House of Tracks' music catalog.
Using royalty-free music for video games.
When creating a video game setting a mood is of utmost importance. Creating a graphically impressive world is the first stage. To complete the mood of a game, music is of utmost importance. Royalty-free music can play a massive role in achieving the desired mood.
How much does royalty-free music cost?
Most royalty-free music isn’t free, especially if you are looking for unique music. The prices on our platform are between 299 and 999 euros. With these tracks, you can be assured that you have an exclusive track in your possession. You won’t have to worry about any additional copyright issues as you are seen as the original “composer”.