If you’re in the making of a feature film, YouTube video, a business ad, or a podcast, you’ll most likely pair your visual content with background music that comes along with the synchronization license – given that you want to use that piece of music legally.
As the number of media outlets and therefore the demand for music has increased significantly in the past couple of decades, music licensing opportunities have been also advancing accordingly.
Today, video content creators are offered dozens of music licensing options allowing them to purchase high-quality stock music effortlessly, at affordable prices, and with the ability to choose from a diverse range of genres, moods, and types of music.
Do you make YouTube videos? Are you a vlogger, an influencer? If you want to avoid copyright infringement and being banned by YouTube, you must use music legally in your videos. By licensing tracks from TuneReel’s music catalog, you can rest assured that your projects can run smoothly and your videos will be protected from copyright-related issues.
Music can make or break your business video ad campaign. From social media ads to TV commercials and everything in between, TuneReel has assembled an extensive collection of business-oriented tunes and tracks designed to make your business videos impactful and unforgettable.
Podcasts are intended to grab your audience’s attention and make them stay throughout your stories. Choosing the right podcast intro, outro, or intermission music can help you engage with your listeners. Explore TuneReel’s music catalog and let us help you take care of the music licensing part while you tell those amazing stories in your podcast.
If you work with big productions, such as broadcasting, TV, and movies, you can put your trust in us as your reliable high-quality music provider. Amidst our roster of artists, you’ll find some incredibly talented and experienced score composers. That, combined with easy and effortless music licensing for TV and film, will help you elevate your big productions.
TuneReel’s music can be used almost everywhere! Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Weddings, Commercials, Podcasts, Video Games – anywhere you want. However, if you want to use our music in broadcast (TV/radio/theatre) or on OTT networks (Netflix, HBO, etc.) you’ll need to get in touch with us as these mediums require a custom license agreement and aren’t covered by our standard memberships.
If you purchase a Pro plan, it will provide you clearance for the use of the piece of music in any production, regardless of who is using, publishing, or distributing the video. With this plan, your licensed track can be used anywhere as long as the content and distribution are within the scope of your chosen plan.
All TuneReel licenses are valid forever – once you have purchased the license for your specific project, you won’t need to worry about acquiring another license for that content or extending the license (provided that the usage remains within the scope of your License Agreement). The only exception to this is in advertising where the term is finite.
We have made it possible for you to license our music with great ease: want a single track for a family reunion video? You’ve got it. Need an all-year-round membership for your brand new ad agency – let’s partner up! In short, our users can license music for their projects on their own terms.
We offer three types of long-term subscription plan memberships, three types of individual licenses for single tracks, and a lifetime membership.
Learn about our pricing in more detail here: tunereel.com/pricing
Basic – the perfect plan for personal projects.
Pro – the perfect plan for professional projects.
Enterprise – the perfect plan for broadcast usage.
Standard License – best for personal work.
Extended License – best for client work.
Universal License – best choice for broadcast.
Lifetime membership – for a limited time, get access to unlimited tracks for a lifetime for a one-time fee.
Academic Plan – are you a media/film student? Use our music for free during your study years.