Use of ‘Royalty Free Music’ tracks
- You can use music from the category ‘Royalty Free Music’ for free in your videos on YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, and other sites or projects.
- If you plan to use ‘Royalty Free Music’ on YouTube without a license to use, then most likely you will receive a complaint about copyright infringement, because all music from the category ‘Royalty Free Music’ is registered by the author of the music (read About) in the Content ID system.
- If your video receives a YouTube copyright infringement complaint: you can leave it as it is, your video will not be removed, but the monetization of that video will be limited.
- If you want to remove the copyright claim and enable monetization of your video, you need to purchase a license and submit it to YouTube.
- If you need a license for your video/project: each music track in the ‘Royalty Free Music’ category is accompanied by a ‘Buy License’ link that leads to the AudioJungle website where you can purchase a license.
Use of ‘No Copyright Music’ tracks
- You can unlimitedly use the category ‘No Copyright Music’ tracks in your videos on YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, and other sites or projects.
- You can unlimited monetize your videos and projects that use music from the ‘No Copyright Music’ category. You won’t have any YouTube, Facebook/Instagram copyright issues.
Registration of music in Content ID and distribution
- You are not allowed to register SoundAudio music in the Content ID system. Such actions are illegal, the right to register in the Content ID system belongs to the author of the music.
- You are not authorized to distribute SoundAudio music. The right to distribute music to streaming services and other resources such as Spotify, Apple Music, SoundCloud, Deezer, Amazon Music, Tidal, Pandora, and the like belongs to the music author SoundAudio.