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    Music F.A.Q.

     What does royalty free mean?

    Royalty free means you just need to pay for rights to use the item once per end product. You don’t need to pay additional or    ongoing fees for each person who sees or uses it.

     What are the main differences between the Regular License and the Extended License?

    In simple terms, the main difference is that under the Regular License, your end product (incorporating the item you’ve      licensed) is distributed for free, whereas under the Extended License your end product may be sold.

      Can I use music or sound effects in paid/commercial end products?

    Yes, all of our Music Licenses and SFX Licenses can be used with both free or paid end products. Unlike the Regular  and    Extended Licenses, they do not differentiate between non-commercial/commercial uses. Please note the may   have other limitations on reproductions or broadcast audience, depending on which option you choose.

    Can I use an AJ track in a stand-alone music track? What about sound effects?

    You may not use track in stand-alone music tracks, but you could use sound effects in a music track.

    Example: You can’t add lyrics to an audio track and sell it on iTunes

    Can I use music in an audio-only end product such as a podcast, audiobook, or guided meditation?

    Yes, as long as the audio-only end product is larger in scope and different in nature than the music itself. As a rule of thumb, the music alone must not comprise the primary value of the end product, and should have speech overlayed and interspersed throughout. You can never distribute the music track as-is or with superficial modifications.

    Example: You can use a relaxing music background to underscore your guided meditation voiceover recordings, and sell a CD of this to your spa customers.

    What do the Music Licenses mean by “most web uses”

    Most web uses includes general online and streaming-only purposes, such as using the item in an end product uploaded to YouTube/Vimeo, displayed on your website, as part of a browser-based game, etc.

    It does not include things like online Broadcast (internet TV, internet radio, etc) or use in “on-demand”, “customize your own product” web applications and services.

    Can I use music from AudioJungle on YouTube?

    Yes, you can absolutely use licensed AudioJungle music in your YouTube video.

    If I make a clip for YouTube using music from AudioJungle, can I monetize the clip by allowing ads?

    Yes. All of our Licenses allow use for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.

    Do I need to pay a music collecting society (performing rights organization) each time my end product containing AudioJungle music is publicly broadcast or communicated?

    AudioJungle has a requirement that its authors cannot register their AudioJungle tracks with a performing rights organization (PRO). This requirement is so that buyers should not have to pay any further fees to a collecting society/PRO. You will need to check this in your country, as different PROs have different approaches to collecting fees on public performance of music.

    Full information you can find here: http://themeforest.net/licenses/faq

     

    How to Purchase Items

    To make a purchase, you need an Envato Market account. If you have previously signed up, simply click ‘Sign in’ at the top of the page.

    Envato Market offers two purchasing options:
    PayPal for convenient one-off purchases.
    Prepaid Credits for multiple purchases.

    Download Your Item(s)

    Item(s) should be downloaded immediately after purchase. Items may be removed from Envato Market from time to time.

    To download your item(s):

    Hover over your username and click ‘Downloads’ from the drop-down menu.
    The downloads section displays a list of all the items purchased using your account.
    Click the ‘Download’ button next to the item and select ‘Main File(s)’ which contains all files, or ‘Licence Certificate and Purchase Code’ for the item licence information only.

     

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