Go for it. It’s better to market yourself than to worry about someone ripping the audio (with a vo, no one will for commercial purposes at least) from YouTube. Seriously guys, stop being so paranoid. People will rip you off no matter what. Find the best way to promote your music instead and worry about finding customers.
Guys, how is it easier to rip the audio off YouTube compared to say the audio off any other website? As I said before, the music is quiet, in the background, surrounded by a loud voice over and sound effects. It would be easier to rip audio off the previews on AJ.
Art-of-Sound saidSimple but is the truth!
I wouldn’t link to YouTube video with unwatermarked track because it can be easily ripped off.
In this particular video, the music plays quietly in the background of an Animation with a loud voice-over and sound effects…better than any watermark!
...link to YouTube videos on our Profile page?
A realize that a lot of Author’s profile pages have links to Videohive videos that use their music, but are we also allowed to do the same with YouTube videos that use our music?
The video made me laugh! Really cool of them to have credited you in the video and in the description… with over 300 000 views, that’s some great exposure! Congrats Gaetano
Yes, the credit is really appreciated and of course you can’t put a price on exposure like that!