In this episode, you will hear 12 great, brand new stock music tracks. I also explain YouTube copyright strikes and hopefully clear up the confusion this causes for many.
People often ask whether they can sing over a track and sell it as their own. There is a lot of incorrect information out there regarding this. This article covers the facts and the reasons that you cannot use royalty-free music, stock music or library music as your backing track. Why do people want to […]
Digital technology is great, however, when combined with a complex subject such as music copyright it can make things even more complicated. Sometimes we license music to clients and they use it on YouTube and receive a Copyright Notice. This inevitably causes alarm and confusion. Quite simply, this notice is telling you that third party […]
Over recent days I have been consuming content about SOPA and been aware of many sites that blacked out in protest of SOPA on January 18th. In principle I can see that something similar (but much better and clearly thought out) is needed to prevent genuine damage from copyright infringement. Just to make it clear […]
We recently received an interesting question via our website from Anthony about audio book copyright. I decided to answer it in a blog post as it may be relevant to others. Anthony’s question about audio book copyright I would like to know if a company that sells audiobooks has the right to copyright a book. […]
Let me tell you a story that will convince you that Royalty free music is by far the better option for using in your online video. I posted a tweet recently that reminded me of a conversation I had not so long ago. My client, who has given me permission to tell this story, purchased […]