As some of you know, its quite expensive to buy really good background music for your videos. Its called "Royalty Free" background music and you can buy a licence from a stock media site. The price is usually around 18-40 dollars, on the most popular sites like AudioJungle. In addition to that, the licence often implies that you can only use the song once in a single project. And if you want to use it again, you have to pay for a new licence. Not very appealing for the average amateur producer...
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I work for a video production that is just starting up in Winnipeg, MB Canada. We are trying to figure out how things work with using copyrighted music in our videos.
I have heard that you can contact the record label and purchase the rights but it seems pretty unefficent to have to do that for each song.
Is there a license that we can purchase to be able to use copyrighted music in our videos?
Any help in figuring this out is much appreciated!
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Hey, please check out latest post - It's all about FREE music sources for your video projects
I''d love to hear where you guys get your music/free music
Hi, i'm a musician and trying to learn dslr video. After purchasing my rebel t5i recently, I shot my first music video and edited. I thought my musician friend had a great song and we wanted to shoot an amateur clip.
I'm just getting into the dslr video and don't know too much as far as cameras and lenses. i decided to signed up here to get feedback and to look for tips to get better. could you guys take some minutes to watch my video and tell me how good or bad i'm doing?
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