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Royalty-free music is audio that you can use in your presentations, usually behind a voice-over recording or as part of a video, to add emotional impact and professionalism. There. Shortest article ever. Oh you want a little more info? Well, if you insist.

It's Free?

Great question! This comes up a lot because the word "free" appears right in the name. The English language is a strange old thing. The word "free" doesn't really mean "have no money". It's just that English speakers have used it for so long, it has taken on meaning for most people. According to Princeton's online dictionary, the word actually means "not obstructed, not under compulsion or restraint." When we hear something like "free beer," it really means "beer that's free." This particular beer is "not constrained or constrained" by a "fee" of money. So what does this have to do with royalty-free music? Viewed this way, the term becomes more clear to mean "music that is free from the constraint of royalty fees." This means the music can be used legally and does not require royalty payments to the copyright owner of the music when someone else uses the music.

I encourage you to review copyright law online for more information on royalties. But for now, you might be seeing that I haven't answered the question of whether royalty-free (RF) music is free. The answer is... not usually. It's like something else. Providers are businesses that charge a fee for their products, although sometimes they pay them. The same is true for RF music. There are many providers on the web. Once you purchase music from them, you are free (no pun intended) to use it in your media productions without worrying about being charged more royalties or being sued for copyright infringement. However, there is usually an agreement for the use of RF music that includes turning things around and selling the music to someone else, claiming copyright ownership of the music, etc. Make sure you understand your provider's terms.

So how can I use it?

If you can't sell it and you can't claim it, what can you do with it? You can use it in combination with other media in your presentations. For example, if you have a podcast episode that needs music for intro and outro, you can add RF music to your podcast audio. If you need background music for a video you're making, you can add RF music to your video.

no i mean how can i use it?

Oh, you mean "How do I add music to my podcast or video?" If you're doing video, you may find that your video program (even Windows Movie Maker) has an "audio track" below the video track. You just paste or drag your audio file into that track. With audio programs, you need to make sure you have "multi-track" capability. For example, the free audio program called Audacity, allows you to stack multiple audio tracks on top of one another. So you put your narration on one track, then add another track and put RF music on it. You then adjust the volume of each track to mix it together. After that, you present the result as a single stereo file. However, not all audio programs multi-track. For example, audio editors usually focus on mono or stereo files containing only one track. Make sure you check it.

So in short, royalty-free music is a great way to add spice, emotion, effects and more to your audio or video presentations. But it's usually not "free". You still have to buy music most of the time. But once you own it, you are free to use it in your productions without paying royalties to the copyright owner. If you want to try some RF music "free," visit the Home Brew Audio website. You'll find some free music and tutorials on how to use it in your own audio production.

Jake Weston

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