What is Royalty Free / No Copyright Music?

Royalty Free / No Copyright Music are terms for music that can be used in any media projects without need to fear any copyright strike (especially for monetized videos on Youtube). However, the full copyright is still held by the owner of the music (in this case, the artist or music maker).

About Our Standard License (For Premium Music)

For every track you purchase from our store you will get a standard license for using our royalty free music on your projects. Standard license covers all online usage (youtube, twitch, vimeo, etc), stage performance usage or local broadcast (for audience under 10.000 people). If you need any of our music in your commercial for TV or Radio broadcast or film, please contact us directly so we can talk about the price.

Can I Use Your Free Music Collections On My Projects?

Yes, you can use music from our Free Music Collections without need to fear any copyright strike. It’s your choice to give credit to us in your projects. However for every credit you give, you can support us to provide more no copyright / royalty free music for your projects in the future.

Here is the example about the proper credit
Put this in the description box or maybe you can put it the end of the video

Music by edmroyaltyfree.net

or

Music by edmrf.net

Can I Put Vocal to Your Tracks?

We are open to any chances of collaboration as long you put our artist name in your projects. However, you still can’t register the track on Copyright Detection Site such as Adrev.

What If I Got Copyright Claim on Youtube While Using EDM Royalty Free Tracks?

Youtube use software to scan the music in your video. If you use copyrighted material, then you will get copyright claim and you can’t monetize your video. EDM Royalty Free never register their tracks in copyright system so if you got a claim it is whether a “false positive” (the software is wrong) or that someone try to steal our music.

If You Ever Got a Copyright Strike While Using Our Music Please Do the Following:

  1. Contest the Claim! Do not remove your video.
  2. When Youtube ask you for a reason check: “I have a license or written permission from the proper rights holder to use this material”
  3. Contact us with all the details about the claim: track title, composer, name, company, label that have registered the track. This way we can do something on our side if someone is trying to steal our works.