Music Rights

The phrase Music Rights is directly related to music licensing and the process of paying to use copyrighted music.

A producer making a television programme, viral, corporate, commercial or feature film must acquire the music rights to a tune, ditty or bed that features on its soundtrack before it goes to air or is distributed.

This process ensures that the person who created the music in the first place is remunerated for their efforts.

To make things slightly complicated, different types of music require different types of rights.

A summary of the current range of different music rights can be accessed here.

With Audio Network’s production music library, all music rights for television and the Internet are included in the purchase price of each track.  And last in perpetuity.

To find your ideal piece of production music, and acquire the music rights to its use, try the Audio Network search function now.