The license is not exclusive. MikS Music reserves the right to sell licenses to other customers. For exclusive soundtracks, please contact me. Once you have found the perfect song or musician for your production and have received the green light from the artist or copyright owner, you must create a music licensing agreement. If you are a musician with the ability to sell the rights to your melody – whether you are being revoked by a music company, a television producer or an advertiser – a well-written music licensing agreement guarantees that you get your fair cut. Your document is free as part of your week-long membership test. You can use music in your personal or business projects as well as in projects you do on behalf of your client or employer. If you “buy” a music title on my site, you buy a license to use my music in your video or media project under certain conditions. The type of license you need depends on how you want to use music. This licensing agreement regulates the conditions under which you can download and use the music available for an unlicensed license on the MikS Music website. When acquiring an unlicensed music license, MikS Music grants you a limited right to use the music tracks shown in your video or media production, in accordance with the licensing conditions described below.

Music presentations available free of charge on the MikS Music website are used solely for testing, demonstration and customer authorization and may not be used for other purposes, including, but not exclusively, advertising, advertising, digital media or video synchronization. For each type of license, you can use my music as follows: All MikS Music licenses allow you to use my music in commercial monetization videos. The order confirmation email contains the music sharing form that gives you full monetization rights on YouTube. Depending on how you want to use the records, you must purchase a PERSONAL, COMMERCIAL or EXTENDED license. If you get a music license agreement, you may be in trouble. Most music is copyrighted, and if you want to use a melody in a multimedia production, you have to play by the rules. Every musician has heard of artists who have lost control of their rights while their songs continue to play.