Yes! Any and all of our license levels allow for monetization in your videos.
The voice you hear is an audio watermark that will no longer be there once you license the track. Also, the watermark is removed and is not audible to signed-up users. Signing up is free.
Users of all levels can click on the “download watermarked mp3” icon for the track you’d like to preview. Once you know the track is right for your video simply come back and acquire a license.
If you are creating a project for yourself, then you can use the Standard License (for single licenses) / Basic Membership Plan (for a subscription plan.)
If you are creating a project for a client, then you should select the Extended License (for single licenses) / Pro Membership Plan (for a subscription plan.)
Each license is associated with one project. If it’s a recurring track in a series, one license will suffice, however, if you want to use the same track in another project you’d need to acquire another license.
If you licensed a track from TuneReel and you happen to receive a copyright claim, we will remove the copyright claim for you.
To initiate a copyright claim dispute on your behalf visit our YouTube Copyright Claim Removal page
All the time! Between 100-300 tracks a month. We’re quite particular about what music we accept and we make sure the tracks are tagged accurately in order to provide for a good user experience, therefore, some weeks can see more tracks than others, but we are continuously growing our catalog.
Yes. Visit our Membership page for more information.
For your convenience, your membership will renew automatically – but you can cancel the renewal at any time.
The license is valid forever. As long as you published the project that contains the music while having an active membership with TuneReel you are permitted to keep that track in your project forever – even after your membership expires.
All signed-in users have an orders page where they can see all licensed tracks and where they can download the track files and the license agreement generated specifically for you.
We accept all major credit and debit cards.
You can adapt and adjust the music for your video project by editing the length or manipulating the sound as needed for the scene.
Our license is not for audio-only projects. Our music is licensed to be part of a project. You cannot take an image and place our music as the soundtrack, or use it as individual tracks on an album.
No. You can add voiceover as required in your project, but these tracks are meant to provide a soundtrack for your video and not as backing tracks for singing.
We sure do! We have a roster of amazing Hollywood composers and indie artists who write for commercials and other projects all the time. Reach out to us with your project details and let’s start a conversation.
To keep it from getting complicated (and it certainly can be,) basically, as opposed to Rights Managed, where the licensee sometimes pays royalties based on the number of times a track or song is used in a project, Royalty Free Music is music that is free of royalties. You pay once to license the track and you’ve purchased the right to use it in your project forever, no matter how many times the video was shown or for how many weeks, months, or years.
No. Well, not necessarily, but it can be – that’s up to the seller, and even if it is, make sure the license agreement allows for the use you intend for your project. (If you’re not sure – always contact the seller to verify!)
Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Depends on the seller, and on your use and need.
Not if we can help it! Like almost anything else in life, royalty-free music comes in a very wide variety of quality and cost.
No. But because when you license a track you purchase the right to use the track in your project you probably don’t need to own the copyright anyway (unless you’re… Netflix?)
If you mean Copyright Claim Free, as in free of copyright claims, read our page regarding resolving YouTube Content ID copyright claims
No. It’s different. However, the user doesn’t pay performance royalties – that’s the job of the performance rights organizations (PROs) – so you shouldn’t have to worry about it.
Always make sure you have permission to use a piece of music in your project. Sometimes it’s simple enough to understand, and sometimes you’ll need to read the fine print. When in doubt – save yourself legal trouble and contact the seller – they’re always happy to help!
Yes, we do. We are always looking to add high-quality, well-produced music to our catalog. Please apply here: TuneReel Artist Application