How to make +1000 USD every month as an unknown music producer in 2022

Are you a music artist/producer who knows how to make great beats and category-based “stock” music for videos?
In this article, we’ll explain how to easily make a minimum of 1000 USD in passive income every single month from producing relatively simple beats and category-based stock music for videos.

With the creator economy growing at a rapid speed year over year, the demand for background music for videos has never been larger. More than 150,000 new videos are uploaded to YouTube alone every single HOUR. Therefore, people are constantly looking for new background music to add to their videos. 

Since 2016 we’ve been releasing music that’s free for people to use in their videos on various media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, and Facebook. Today, our record label Free To Use Music is one of the largest and fastest-growing labels within this space. We know the ins and outs of this business, and through the years we’ve helped many unknown artists/producers from all over the world grow their audience and earn a good income from their music.

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Alright - enough introduction. Now let’s break down step by step how we are able to help unknown music producers from all over the world earn +1000 USD in passive income every single month.

STEP 1: The first and most important step is that you need to know how to produce high-quality music that actually sounds good. Many of our artists are using only a computer together with “easy to learn” audio software such as the popular FL Studio or more advanced software such as Apple’s Logic Pro. You don’t need to invest in any instruments to get started – today it’s possible to produce good music with just a computer.

The music can be within all kinds of genres and categories, but the more “theme/genre-based” the music is the better. When creators are searching for music for their videos, they’re often using search terms such as “happy music, sad music, piano music, chill music, energetic, guitar music, etc”. If your music is easy to categorize, then more people will find the music and use it in their videos – and the more people who are using your music the more money you’ll be earning. However, we prefer music without the use of vocals, as this is often more suitable as background music.

STEP 2: Once you’ve produced one or more high-quality music tracks that are easily categorizable, then it’s time to submit the music for release through our submission form. We will not accept or listen to any music that we get sent by email or social media.

If we think your music is good and if it meets our standards, then we’ll contact you via email and offer you a record label deal for the music tracks you’ve submitted. We only release individual music tracks on our label, so you’re never bound to anything as an artist/producer when signing an agreement with us.

Step 3: After you’ve signed the agreement, then we’ll take over and do what we do best – there are many benefits when releasing your music through our record label.

  • We distribute your music properly on all major music stores and streaming services.
  • We promote your music as much as possible across all our platforms (including the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel with more than half a million subscribers and our popular Spotify playlists with tens of thousands of followers).
  • We take care of all copyright management. 
  • We sell non-exclusive licenses to people who want to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes through our shop.
To sum up, we handle everything from distribution and promotion to selling licenses and taking care of copyright management, etc., so you can focus your time on doing what you do best – producing music.
 

Once your music has been released on our record label, then it will get listened to by hundreds of thousands of people due to our huge following on YouTube and other platforms. Take for example this video featuring a happy & energetic music track by one of our artists Limujii – it has reached almost 2,000,000 views.
The majority of our listeners are people looking for music that they can add to their own videos, and if they like your music then they will most likely add it as background music to their videos.

Now you might think how it is possible to generate revenue from the music when we let everyone use the music for FREE within their videos. Let’s explain – there are multiple streams of revenue.

The only requirement for people to be able to our music for free is that they must credit the artist/producer (mention both the artist name and the track title) in the description of their video. If people do NOT give correct credit, then we have a unique Content ID system in place which allow us to copyright claim people’s videos on YouTube.

Our data shows that more than 70% of people using our music do not credit the artist/producer correctly, and therefore we’re able to generate large streams of revenue from this system by copyright claiming and collecting revenue from MILLIONS of YouTube videos worldwide.

If you don’t know what YouTube Content ID and copyright claims are then we’ll briefly explain them here: Content ID is a huge database of pretty much every single music track ever produced – we’re adding all our music to this database as well. Whenever someone uploads a video to YouTube, then YouTube automatically scans the video and holds it up against the Content ID database to see if there is a match (if the video contains any music from the Content ID database). If there is a match, then the artist/label will be able to place a copyright claim on the YouTube video. A copyright claim means that the artist/label will be able to collect all advertising revenue generated from the YouTube video.

 

Pretty much all popular artists out there either block or copyright claim people’s videos if they’re using their music. This is why YouTubers cannot just use their favorite music tracks in their videos.

Our Content ID system is unique because it automatically scans all videos containing our music, looking for correct credit in the video description. This means that only the people who do not follow the rules and give correct credit will receive a copyright claim on their video. The music released on our label has been used in millions of YouTube videos worldwide and when more than 70% of creators do not credit the artist correctly, then we are able to monetize and collect revenue from millions of YouTube videos worldwide and pay it out to our artists/producers. This revenue stream far exceeds all other revenue streams.

Speaking of other revenue streams – then we’re also selling licenses to your music. We only let people use our music for free in their PERSONAL user-generated content on various media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, and TikTok. So, if creators, advertisers, and/or companies wish to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes, then they will need to purchase a license from our shop.

In addition, when thousands of people use your music in their videos, then all of their combined millions of followers (yes, we do have a lot of followers who are content creators with more than a million subscribers on their own YouTube channels and other platforms) will get to listen to your music. We have seen this happen a lot of times where music tracks featured on the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel have blown up and become really popular on other platforms such as Spotify because they have been used by popular content creators in their videos.

Today, we’re working with some of the biggest names within the world of “no copyright” music – e.g. the popular lo-fi producer Lukrembo who has chosen to release all of his music on our record label due to the services we’re able to provide.

If you are an artist/producer and think the above sounds interesting, then please submit your music for release through our submission form, because we’re currently looking for new people to work with.

How to make +1000 USD every month as an unknown music producer in 2022

Are you a music artist/producer who knows how to make great beats and category-based “stock” music for videos?
In this article, we’ll explain how to easily make a minimum of 1000 USD in passive income every single month from producing relatively simple beats and category-based stock music for videos.

With the creator economy growing at a rapid speed year over year, the demand for background music for videos has never been larger. More than 150,000 new videos are uploaded to YouTube alone every single HOUR. Therefore, people are constantly looking for new background music to add to their videos.

2796375-01

Since 2016 we’ve been releasing music that’s free for people to use in their videos on various media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, and Facebook. Today, our record label Free To Use Music is one of the largest and fastest-growing labels within this space. We know the ins and outs of this business, and through the years we’ve helped many unknown artists/producers from all over the world grow their audience and earn a good income from their music.

Alright - enough introduction. Now let’s break down step by step how we are able to help unknown music producers from all over the world earn +1000 USD in passive income every single month.

STEP 1: The first and most important step is that you need to know how to produce high-quality music that actually sounds good. Many of our artists are using only a computer together with “easy to learn” audio software such as the popular FL Studio or more advanced software such as Apple’s Logic Pro. You don’t need to invest in any instruments to get started – today it’s possible to produce good music with just a computer.

The music can be within all kinds of genres and categories, but the more “theme/genre-based” the music is the better. When creators are searching for music for their videos, they’re often using search terms such as “happy music, sad music, piano music, chill music, energetic, guitar music, etc”. If your music is easy to categorize, then more people will find the music and use it in their videos – and the more people who are using your music the more money you’ll be earning.

STEP 2: Once you’ve produced one or more high-quality music tracks that are easily categorizable, then it’s time to submit the music for release through our submission form. We will not accept or listen to any music that we get sent by email or social media.

If we think your music is good and if it meets our standards, then we’ll contact you via email and offer you a record label deal for the music tracks you’ve submitted. We only release individual music tracks on our label, so you’re never bound to anything as an artist/producer when signing an agreement with us.

Step 3: After you’ve signed the agreement, then we’ll take over and do what we do best – there are many benefits when releasing your music through our record label.

  • We distribute your music properly on all major music stores and streaming services.
  • We promote your music as much as possible across all our platforms (including the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel with more than half a million subscribers and our popular Spotify playlists with tens of thousands of followers).
  • We take care of all copyright management. 
  • We sell non-exclusive licenses to people who want to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes through our shop.
To sum up, we handle everything from distribution and promotion to selling licenses and taking care of copyright management, etc., so you can focus your time on doing what you do best – producing music.
 

Once your music has been released on our record label, then it will get listened to by hundreds of thousands of people due to our huge following on YouTube and other platforms. Take for example this video featuring a happy & energetic music track by one of our artists Limujii – it has reached almost 2,000,000 views.
The majority of our listeners are people looking for music that they can add to their own videos, and if they like your music then they will most likely add it as background music to their videos.

Now you might think how it is possible to generate revenue from the music when we let everyone use the music for FREE within their videos. Let’s explain – there are multiple streams of revenue.

The only requirement for people to be able to our music for free is that they must credit the artist/producer (mention both the artist name and the track title) in the description of their video. If people do NOT give correct credit, then we have a unique Content ID system in place which allow us to copyright claim people’s videos on YouTube.

Our data shows that more than 70% of people using our music do not credit the artist/producer correctly, and therefore we’re able to generate large streams of revenue from this system by copyright claiming and collecting revenue from MILLIONS of YouTube videos worldwide.

If you don’t know what YouTube Content ID and copyright claims are then we’ll briefly explain them here: Content ID is a huge database of pretty much every single music track ever produced – we’re adding all our music to this database as well. Whenever someone uploads a video to YouTube, then YouTube automatically scans the video and holds it up against the Content ID database to see if there is a match (if the video contains any music from the Content ID database). If there is a match, then the artist/label will be able to place a copyright claim on the YouTube video. A copyright claim means that the artist/label will be able to collect all advertising revenue generated from the YouTube video.

 

Pretty much all popular artists out there either block or copyright claim people’s videos if they’re using their music. This is why YouTubers cannot just use their favorite music tracks in their videos.

Our Content ID system is unique because it automatically scans all videos containing our music, looking for correct credit in the video description. This means that only the people who do not follow the rules and give correct credit will receive a copyright claim on their video. The music released on our label has been used in millions of YouTube videos worldwide and when more than 70% of creators do not credit the artist correctly, then we are able to monetize and collect revenue from millions of YouTube videos worldwide and pay it out to our artists/producers. This revenue stream far exceeds all other revenue streams.

Speaking of other revenue streams – then we’re also selling licenses to your music. We only let people use our music for free in their PERSONAL user-generated content on various media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, and TikTok. So, if creators, advertisers, and/or companies wish to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes, then they will need to purchase a license from our shop.

In addition, when thousands of people use your music in their videos, then all of their combined millions of followers (yes, we do have a lot of followers who are content creators with more than a million subscribers on their own YouTube channels and other platforms) will get to listen to your music. We have seen this happen a lot of times where music tracks featured on the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel have blown up and become really popular on other platforms such as Spotify because they have been used by popular content creators in their videos.

Today, we’re working with some of the biggest names within the world of “no copyright” music – e.g. the popular lo-fi producer Lukrembo who has chosen to release all of his music on our record label due to the services we’re able to provide.

If you are an artist/producer and think the above sounds interesting, then please submit your music for release through our submission form, because we’re currently looking for new people to work with.

How to make +1000 USD every month as an unknown music producer in 2022

Are you a music artist/producer who knows how to make great beats and category-based “stock” music for videos?
In this article, we’ll explain how to easily make a minimum of 1000 USD in passive income every single month from producing relatively simple beats and category-based stock music for videos.

With the creator economy growing at a rapid speed year over year, the demand for background music for videos has never been larger. More than 150,000 new videos are uploaded to YouTube alone every single HOUR. Therefore, people are constantly looking for new background music to add to their videos.

2796375-01

Since 2016 we’ve been releasing music that’s free for people to use in their videos on various media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram, Twitch, TikTok, and Facebook. Today, our record label Free To Use Music is one of the largest and fastest-growing labels within this space. We know the ins and outs of this business, and through the years we’ve helped many unknown artists/producers from all over the world grow their audience and earn a good income from their music.

Alright - enough introduction. Now let’s break down step by step how we are able to help unknown music producers from all over the world earn +1000 USD in passive income every single month.

STEP 1: The first and most important step is that you need to know how to produce high-quality music that actually sounds good. Many of our artists are using only a computer together with “easy to learn” audio software such as the popular FL Studio or more advanced software such as Apple’s Logic Pro. You don’t need to invest in any instruments to get started – today it’s possible to produce good music with just a computer.

The music can be within all kinds of genres and categories, but the more “theme/genre-based” the music is the better. When creators are searching for music for their videos, they’re often using search terms such as “happy music, sad music, piano music, chill music, energetic, guitar music, etc”. If your music is easy to categorize, then more people will find the music and use it in their videos – and the more people who are using your music the more money you’ll be earning.

STEP 2: Once you’ve produced one or more high-quality music tracks that are easily categorizable, then it’s time to submit the music for release through our submission form. We will not accept or listen to any music that we get sent by email or social media.

If we think your music is good and if it meets our standards, then we’ll contact you via email and offer you a record label deal for the music tracks you’ve submitted. We only release individual music tracks on our label, so you’re never bound to anything as an artist/producer when signing an agreement with us.

Step 3: After you’ve signed the agreement, then we’ll take over and do what we do best – there are many benefits when releasing your music through our record label.

  • We distribute your music properly on all major music stores and streaming services.
  • We promote your music as much as possible across all our platforms (including the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel with more than half a million subscribers and our popular Spotify playlists with tens of thousands of followers).
  • We take care of all copyright management. 
  • We sell non-exclusive licenses to people who want to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes through our shop.
To sum up, we handle everything from distribution and promotion to selling licenses and taking care of copyright management, etc., so you can focus your time on doing what you do best – producing music.
 

Once your music has been released on our record label, then it will get listened to by hundreds of thousands of people due to our huge following on YouTube and other platforms. Take for example this video featuring a happy & energetic music track by one of our artists Limujii – it has reached almost 2,000,000 views.
The majority of our listeners are people looking for music that they can add to their own videos, and if they like your music then they will most likely add it as background music to their videos.

Now you might think how it is possible to generate revenue from the music when we let everyone use the music for FREE within their videos. Let’s explain – there are multiple streams of revenue.

The only requirement for people to be able to our music for free is that they must credit the artist/producer (mention both the artist name and the track title) in the description of their video. If people do NOT give correct credit, then we have a unique Content ID system in place which allow us to copyright claim people’s videos on YouTube.

Our data shows that more than 70% of people using our music do not credit the artist/producer correctly, and therefore we’re able to generate large streams of revenue from this system by copyright claiming and collecting revenue from MILLIONS of YouTube videos worldwide.

If you don’t know what YouTube Content ID and copyright claims are then we’ll briefly explain them here: Content ID is a huge database of pretty much every single music track ever produced – we’re adding all our music to this database as well. Whenever someone uploads a video to YouTube, then YouTube automatically scans the video and holds it up against the Content ID database to see if there is a match (if the video contains any music from the Content ID database). If there is a match, then the artist/label will be able to place a copyright claim on the YouTube video. A copyright claim means that the artist/label will be able to collect all advertising revenue generated from the YouTube video.

 

Pretty much all popular artists out there either block or copyright claim people’s videos if they’re using their music. This is why YouTubers cannot just use their favorite music tracks in their videos.

Our Content ID system is unique because it automatically scans all videos containing our music, looking for correct credit in the video description. This means that only the people who do not follow the rules and give correct credit will receive a copyright claim on their video. The music released on our label has been used in millions of YouTube videos worldwide and when more than 70% of creators do not credit the artist correctly, then we are able to monetize and collect revenue from millions of YouTube videos worldwide and pay it out to our artists/producers. This revenue stream far exceeds all other revenue streams.

Speaking of other revenue streams – then we’re also selling licenses to your music. We only let people use our music for free in their PERSONAL user-generated content on various media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, and TikTok. So, if creators, advertisers, and/or companies wish to use your music without having to give credit and/or for commercial purposes, then they will need to purchase a license from our shop.

In addition, when thousands of people use your music in their videos, then all of their combined millions of followers (yes, we do have a lot of followers who are content creators with more than a million subscribers on their own YouTube channels and other platforms) will get to listen to your music. We have seen this happen a lot of times where music tracks featured on the No Copyright Background Music YouTube channel have blown up and become really popular on other platforms such as Spotify because they have been used by popular content creators in their videos.

Today, we’re working with some of the biggest names within the world of “no copyright” music – e.g. the popular lo-fi producer Lukrembo who has chosen to release all of his music on our record label due to the services we’re able to provide.

If you are an artist/producer and think the above sounds interesting, then please submit your music for release through our submission form, because we’re currently looking for new people to work with.