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Music licensing for all budgets

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Pay as you go

  • -Purchase music by buying credits
  • -Tracks are worth 1, 2 or 3 credits each
  • -1 credit = $10
  • AIFF high quality file format
  • Unlimited uses

$129/month

Executive

  • -Reoccurring monthly charge
  • -No extra fees!
  • AIFF high quality file format
  • Unlimited uses
  • MP3 file format (for auditioning)
  • Easy sign in, search and download
  • Unlimited downloads
  • Sharing folders

$999/year

Enterprise

  • -Reoccurring yearly charge
  • -No extra fees!
  • AIFF high quality file format
  • Unlimited uses
  • MP3 file format (for auditioning)
  • Easy sign in, search and download
  • Unlimited downloads
  • Sharing folders

Subscription Details

Monthly and Yearly subscriptions: You receive worldwide, unlimited uses, no needle drop fees. Charges reoccur every month or year. You must cancel to stop charges. Once you cancel you can no longer use the music you have downloaded in any new projects until you reinstate your subscription payment.

Pay As You Go: Every track is worth 1-3 credits based on quality. You can buy credits for $10 each. Credits expire after one year (365 days) from date of purchase. For music you have purchased with your credits, you’re granted a 30 day grace period to download them again.

Conditions For Use: Our music must be incorporated into your production (such as an audio or video production, website, app, computer game, slide-show, etc..) You cannot give our music away or resell it on it’s own. For example, you couldn’t sell music CD or DVD with our music on its own. But you could create and sell an instructional CD or DVD that includes our music in the background mixed with your own voiceover.

You cannot claim intellectual rights for our music, even if you re-edit, add to it, or manipulate it. It is okay to re-edit, loop, and otherwise manipulate our music. But even after doing so, you can’t claim any intellectual rights for the new music that is created. You can use our music as background music for your audio books, training tapes, or other productions, but you cannot claim any intellectual rights to the music itself.