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Buy Music For Commercial Use Online

Similar to several other websites on this list, Free Stock Music is a site that has been built especially for music lovers. Their corporate section is a mix of motivational music and commercial music that businesses can use to find the ultimate background selection for their next advertisement or web video.

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AShamaluevMusic knows that every commercial or marketing video needs that perfect soundtrack. The minds behind the site have spent a lot of time developing music in 30 different categories, from corporate to Christmas, allowing you to get your hands on the best track to get your marketing across effectively.

PacDV has built an entire collection of different music tracks that have been developed for both personal and commercial use, and all of it is free. You can browse through their collection and see what moods or emotions that they have affiliated with each title.

Purple Planet Music is a site filled with 20 categories of royalty-free music that you can use for commercial purposes or personal purposes. Attribution to the site is necessary, and some files may have a small fee associated with their use on commercial projects.

Creative Commons is another platform to acquire music, although the quality of songs is not consistent and may require lots of time searching. The nonprofit organization offers six different types of licenses that range in their usage allowances. The music licensing work on top of the existing copyright and allow the song artist to share their work while maintaining ownership. The types of licenses are as follows:

In addition, you can search by mood, video theme, genre and instrument. With more than 12,000 songs to choose from and some 150 songs added each month, there is no doubt you will find the perfect music for your project.

Need sound effects? Royalty-Free sound effects are ideal for filmmakers and video editors who want pro-quality SFX and no-hassle licensing. With an Artlist subscription, you can choose from thousands of whooshes, impacts, foley and ambient sounds and never have to worry about copyright or licensing. Every sound effect you download for your video on Artlist is made by a pro sound designer, and the Artlist license covers every use, even commercial. Yes, truly unlimited.

To put it simply: If you are using sounds or loops from Music Maker or Music Maker Jam for commercial purposes, you need permission from MAGIX to do so.To make this process as easy as possible, you can easily purchase Audio Pro licenses for commercial use online.

So you want to use music in your video. Often, tracking down the owner and successfully contacting them is the most challenging part of getting permission, but a good place to start is with the music publisher or the record company.

Biteable makes it simple to add music to your videos without needing to track down a copyright holder. You can easily add a variety of audio tracks and stock music to your video from our audio library or upload a track of your own. Start your free trial today!

Rebate Offer Details: View Rebate Offer Details. Purchase a new eligible receiver between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023, activate it with any SiriusXM Music For Business subscription by January 31, 2024 and MAINTAIN 90 DAYS OF CONTINUOUS PAID SERVICE to receive a $70 rebate. If activating the receiver with a free trial subscription, you must maintain 90-days of paid service after the trial period ends to qualify for the rebate. Fees and taxes apply. To be eligible, the subscription activated on the new receiver must be new and not transferred from a previous device or replace a current subscription on the account. The subscription plan you choose will automatically renew thereafter and you will be charged according to your chosen payment method at then-current rates. Please see our Customer Agreement at for complete terms. To cancel you must contact your subscription vendor. All fees, content and features are subject to change. Subscription and hardware sold separately. Visit (Offer Code: 23-88641) for complete rebate terms, a list of eligible receivers, and to submit your rebate claim online. All requests must be submitted by May 31, 2024. Limit: 1 rebate per receiver. Offer valid only for businesses in the 50 US and D.C. Void where prohibited.

ASCAP licenses the public performances of its members' musical works. A public performance is one that occurs either in a public place where people gather (other than a small circle of a family or social acquaintances). A public performance is also one that is transmitted to the public, for example, radio or TV broadcasts, and via the Internet.

ASCAP's customer licensees include: Airlines, Amusement Parks, Bars, Restaurants & Nightclubs, Colleges & Universities, Concert Presenters, Music Venues & Clubs, Convention & Trade Shows, Fitness Clubs, Hotels, Local Government Entities, Radio & Television Stations and Networks, Mobile Entertainment, Websites, Retail Stores and music users in a wide variety of other industries. See the complete list of ASCAP license types on this website. There are over 100 different ASCAP rate schedules covering almost all businesses that perform music.

ASCAP does not license "dramatic" or "grand" rights, or dramatic performances. ASCAP members who write musical plays, operas, or ballet scores deal directly with those who want to perform our members' works "dramatically." While ASCAP does not license "dramatic" or "grand" rights, or dramatic performances of its members' music, an ASCAP license does authorize nondramatic performances of songs from dramatic productions. For more information on "dramatic" or "grand" rights and the distinction between dramatic and nondramatic performances, click here.

ASCAP does not license the right to record music on a CD, tape, or as part of an audio-visual work such as a motion picture, video or TV program. Those rights, known as mechanical and synchronization ("synch") rights, are licensed by writers or publishers.

ASCAP does not license rights for recording artists, musicians, singers or record labels. However, artists/musicians who are songwriters can become ASCAP members. ASCAP licenses the performance rights for the music of its members.

If you want to make copies of, or re-record an existing record, tape or CD, you will probably need the permission of both the music publisher and the record label. A music publisher owns the song (that is, the words and music) and a record company owns the "sound recording" (that is, what you hear... the artist singing, the musicians playing, the entire production).

The annual rate depends on the type of business. Generally, rates are based on the manner in which music is performed (live, recorded or audio only or audio/visual) and the size of the establishment or potential audience for the music. For example, rates for restaurants, nightclubs, bars and similar establishments depend on whether the music is live or recorded, whether it's audio only or audio visual, the number of nights per week music is offered, whether admission is charged and several other factors.

Concert rates are based on the ticket revenue and seating capacity of the facility. Rates for music used by corporations ("Music In Business") are based upon the number of employees. College and university rates are based upon the number of full time students; retail store rates depend on the number of speakers and square footage. Hotel rates are based on a percentage of entertainment expenses for live music and an additional charge if recorded music is used.

Because ASCAP has over a hundred different licenses and rate schedules, one will likely fit your needs. ASCAP operates under the principle that similarly situated users should be treated similarly. This assures fairness and consistency in our licensing. For example, rates for restaurants of the same size, with the same use of music are the same regardless of whether the restaurant is in Oshkosh or New York City.

Establishments where music is performed by some means other than the jukebox (DJ's, bands, tapes, etc.), still need a separate license from ASCAP (or the individual copyright owners) covering these other performances. The Jukebox License Agreement only provides authorization for jukebox performances.

The exemption applies only to performances of music originated by a broadcast radio or television station or a cable system or satellite carrier, only if no direct charge is made to see or hear the performances, only if the performances are not further transmitted beyond the establishment where they are received, and only if the original transmission is licensed by the copyright owners -- that is, the radio or television station, cable system or satellite carrier is licensed by the copyright owners or their performing rights organizations.

The exemption contains objective standards which will enable both music users and copyright owners to determine whether particular radio and television performances are exempt from copyright liability. Two types of music users are exempt, under different standards: a food service or drinking establishment (defined as "a restaurant, inn, bar, tavern, or any other similar place of business in which the public or patrons assemble for the primary purpose of being served food or drink, in which the majority of the gross square feet of space that is nonresidential is used for that purpose, and in which nondramatic musical works are performed publicly") and an other establishment (defined as "a store, shop, or any similar place of business open to the general public for the primary purpose of selling goods or services in which the majority of the gross square feet of space that is nonresidential is used for that purpose, and in which nondramatic musical works are performed publicly"). 041b061a72

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