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What license do I need? 2017-10-08T15:53:22+00:00

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Everything you need to know about purchasing and using my music on your videos 2017-10-08T15:56:10+00:00

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Royalty Free Music explanation 2017-10-03T16:12:24+00:00


‘Royalty free music’ is undoubtedly one of the most misunderstood terms in the music industry, and for very good reason.

First off, royalty free music doesn’t mean ‘free music’. Simply put, royalty free means the user of the music is literally free from having to pay royalties to the original creator of the music, for using their property within their own productions. Instead, a one-time license is purchased and there is no further obligation to pay the musician each time that music is used. So for example, the user could use the music on a series of YouTube videos and just one license would cover it.

Traditionally, before royalty free music was a thing, users of music would have to pay composers (often via their music libraries or agencies) hefty licensing fees, a proportion of which the composer would receive as ‘royalties’. And this mostly depended on how often it would be played, where it would be played (such as TV, Radio, movies, etc) and how many listeners it would reach and would often involve lots of paperwork and administration. It was generally reserved for professional uses and not an accessible option to most of the general public.

But with the advent of the internet age, platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo popped up and suddenly the world needed music for their videos! ‘Royalty free’ libraries and online marketplaces soon came into play, to fill the demand and provide everyday folk, small and independent producers access to music.


In the real world, maybe the term ‘royalty free’ isn’t the best choice of words, as it’s often the word ‘free’ that throws most people off and unfortunately leads them to believe the music is just plain free. This just isn’t the case however, and often adds to the confusion of users looking to use music in their videos or productions. It’s worth remembering that music, like any other property, belongs to the copyright holder and licensing music is really just a way of ‘renting’ it to use on and enhance your own productions.

Can I try the music before I buy it? 2017-10-03T16:12:33+00:00

Absolutely! We offer high quality tracks with watermarks so that you and your clients can get a real idea of how the finished production will look and sound.

Where can I get my invoice, licence and the music I have purchased? 2017-10-08T15:57:05+00:00

This is all available to download from your account section.

How do I purchase the music? 2017-10-03T16:13:00+00:00

Our online purchasing process is designed to be as simple as possible. From your search results, simply click ‘add to cart’ and follow the step-by-step process to input your project name, company and billing details.

Online customers are able to use PayPal as a payment option.

Why does the voice say “Acousticbro.com” in each track in your library? 2017-10-03T16:13:09+00:00

Don’t worry, this is the so-called “watermark” in order to eliminate the illegal use of music. After your payment for the song you will see a link to download the file in the highest quality and without “watermark”.

What to do if I am dissatisfied with the sound after mixing and mastering? 2017-10-08T16:39:53+00:00

If you do not like the sound, please contact us. If this problem is on our part, we correct it as usually for free. If you make corrections and change the concept of the work – please contact with our sound engineer. Often, small corrections are free but, in any event, it is coordinated with our sound engineer. Complex corrections and changes in the concept, usually are paid in addition.

I need a special edition of the track from your library, does it possible? 2017-10-13T16:24:40+00:00

Yes, it is possible. This is quite a common practice for us. This service is paid separately. The cost depends on the number of necessary corrections. Write to us. There is always a solution!

I want the exclusive rights to one of your tracks. How do I get them? 2017-10-13T16:25:42+00:00

In some cases, we may transfer the exclusive rights for a song. Sometimes we transfer even the exceptional rights. All depends on the composition itself. Contact us and we will find the right solution together!

In what format do I get the track? 2017-10-03T16:13:56+00:00

wav 16bit. 44100 Hz + mp3 320 kbps.

Do you offer Free Downloads? 2017-10-03T16:14:11+00:00

Often we run promotional offers and provide free downloads to our customers.

Why should I pay and download when I can download for free from other websites? 2018-05-18T13:03:04+00:00
  • Any website offering free download of any song or album is likely to be illegal and pirated
  • The price that you pay for a song is negligible compared to the hard work, effort and cost that has gone into the production of the song
  • The price of a song has been kept very low so that every customer can afford to buy and enjoy the music
  • Your contribution definitely matters to us and each one of us can make a difference by paying for what we love