Art-of-Sound saidYeah, it is more reasonable, question is deeper according to this situation. Or let’s buy good melodies just for 70$ and resell it to the music stars or something like that… Just for example. Is it the essence of the work on Audiojungle?
Is it more reasonable when someone sells movie DVDs with your music in it?
So, explain the difference between buying melodies for JUST $70 and reselling them to the music stars and buying melodies for JUST $70 and reselling them to MOVIE stars??!? Seems kind of silly to try and separate the two….honestly, wouldn’t you be just as ticked off to hear your royalty-free music on a movie, as you would be a single music track, especially if it was a blockbuster hit and made millions??? That would suck!!!!!
I see no justification between the separation of the two in reality, nor in the license agreement here on AJ.
LOL !!!! You guys are really gettin’ into this post…hahaha .....Maybe I miss understood this site, but I thought the ‘authors’ on here were in agreement and were aware that their work could be used within another work once the extended license was purchased AND that no royalties/rights could be claimed on the productions created using their music, because this is a ROYALTY FREE Audio site. I would think that if you didn’t want anyone using your music in another production where you couldn’t claim rights and royalties you wouldn’t put it on here. That’s how I read and understood the license ‘rules’, but maybe I’m wrong
I am a singer/songwriter and I compose music as well and I assure you I’m no ‘Twatty Fraud’ I would NEVER put my lyrics, music, etc on here, because I want all rights to my music/songs and I don’t want anyone else using it as their own in ANY production. My understanding was that the authors on here were in agreement that this is how their ‘music’ is being used and in turn they can sell their ‘files’ to hundreds of thousands of people, make money doing so, but relinquish right to the production (music track included) that is created using their file.
Hope staff gets this cleared up soon one way or the other, otherwise we might have a case of false advertising by the way the licensing page reads
gbiasillo saidHe surely can copyright derivative work. For example if he buys a hip hop beat loop, adds some licks, lyrics and melody, he can register the final outcome on his name.
you can’t claim copyright to the music as we the authors own that.
Thanks Art of Sound ....I was hoping that would be an option if I bought the license and added my own words to the music, that I could claim the end production as my own
Music licensed under regular license can not be used in a work intended for resale. So, you will definitely need extended license, which allows use in a work created for resale, i.e. your songs.
Thank you so much for your reply .....These are royalty free tracks, right? So that means once I pay for the license the song itself is mine (the words I put to the music and the music)? I understand the creator owns the file itself and can continue to sell that music file at their discretion, but once I purchase the license and make a recording can I claim the copyright to my specific production?? Thanks again
I am new to audio jungle and I LOVE it!!!! Awesome tracks on here…such talent!!!! I am a singer/songwriter and I want to purchase a license for some of the tracks on here to record and sing publicly….which license would I need? Any info would be appreciated