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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Care About Royalty Free Music

Last Updated: Jun 12, 2014 09:21AM EDT


There are advantages to using royalty-free music in broadcast, Internet, and education productions over royalty-fee alternatives. Royalty-free music is music that can be used as little or as much as you like without paying royalties to the copyright holder. There are other advantages to using royalty-free as well. Turn up your mental antenna or take notes because here are five chart-topping reasons you should go royalty-free for music, sound effects and all things audio.

Royalty-Free Music Is Convenient

Royalty-free music is an excellent choice for producers and production companies because of its convenience. RF is usually composed for use specifically in film, television, radio, multimedia and computer games. By its very nature, this music pinpoints particular genres, themes or moods, and is tailor-made for such a purpose.

Royalty-Free Music Is Easily Accessible

Royalty-free music is easily available and accessible. Many stock music libraries offer royalty-free music, as well as audio, sound effects and loops. By comparison, using high-profile commercial music can be akin to running an obstacle course. It takes considerable time to find the copyright holder and apply for the licensing rights to use commercial music.

Royalty-Free Is Free of Legal Hassles

Using royalty-free music provides the comfort and assurance of knowing that you are using the music legally. Many a producer has experienced the disappointment and frustration of having to remove a piece of music from a project due to a legal problem involving licensing rights.

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