Frequently Asked Question
Can I use your music in my video?
Yes, all our music is FREE and SAFE to use as background music in your personal user-generated content on various media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, and Facebook as long as you attribute the artists – learn how to correctly attribute the artists here.
Free To Use ApS grants you a non-exclusive, worldwide copyright license to download and use the music available on the Free To Use platform for free as Background Music* for your User Generated Content**, except for Commercial Purposes***, as long as you include correct Attribution****. This license does not include the right to sell, transfer, sublicense, share, or give away the music.
* Music used in connection with visual and/or other audio material where the music serves a secondary role.
** Any form of visual and/or audio material created and published by an individual on social media platforms such as, but not limited to, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, Twitch, Vimeo, and Twitter.
*** Any form of paid advertising and/or any form of visual and/or audio material published by a company/entity or on behalf of a company/entity. Please note that you are allowed to monetize your User Generated Content** on platforms such as, but not limited to, YouTube as long as you include correct Attribution**** in your video description.
**** To include the full artist name and track title of the used music track in your video description.
If you as an individual or on behalf of a company wish to use our music without including Attribution**** and/or for Commercial Purposes***, then you must purchase a license from our shop. In case you are unsure about what license you should get, or if you need to buy a license at all, then you will be able to find more information here.
You’ll receive a copyright claim on your YouTube video if you use our music without including correct attribution to the artist in your video description. A copyright claim means you cannot monetize/earn any revenue from your YouTube video. A copyright claim does not affect your video or YouTube channel in a bad way. It simply means that all revenue generated from your YouTube video will go toward the artist.
Using our music without correct attribution on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok may result in your video being blocked/removed from the platform. If your video has been blocked/removed even though you have attributed the artist(s) correctly, then please appeal the decision, and your video will be re-posted.