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Can I use royalty free music on my website?

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

Yes, you can.  All the music on www.Royalty-Free.tv is designed for use on websites, as well as for films and television.

If you are using it as part of a Flash presentation, for example as a website designer using a track to stream behind a client’s website, our Standard license provides the Mechanical licence you need to use the track on a single website.

If you are incorporating our royalty free music into a video, then our Standard license  provides a Mechanical license allowing that Internet Video to be used without restriction, on multiple websites, but it must be streamed, and the track must not be downloadable.  This means that you can post your Internet Video on video-sharing sites, such as YouTube.

You should also check with your local Performance Rights collection agency, to see whether your website needs additional licensing to “broadcast” music.  The situation regarding Performance Rights for online music use is different in each country, and is currently undergoing considerable change.  A list of these Performing Rights Organisations and links to them is available on our site – Performing Rights Organisations.

Our License details are available to read online in full on our Music License Page.

Our music is used by media producers of every kind, from website designers to TV and Movie makers – we have made it easy to search for exactly the music you need.

We hope you enjoy using our site and our music!