Thursday, 8 January 2015

Stock Audio Injection

Listen to your favorite music on your personal headset but don't use copy-write music on a video you make. Let's look at some reasons for using Stock Audio and some other royalty free music options.
A video sharing site like YouTube is very well aware of exactly what that music rights protection entails and their software is designed to prevent a video upload from infringement. The protection they offer is great for the owners of the music but it's not so good for you if your video goes viral.

On YouTube, you can monetize your video. The revenue off a video gone viral can amount to some serious coin.

That Stock Audio is not royalty free music. There are quite a few other Stock Audio options. Actually, these royalty free music options might not be the best. You want your video to go viral. By far your best option is to find a royalty free music producer and get some Stock Audio that complements your video.

My Stock Audio Provider

Stock Audio is a part of is a marketplace that allows users to offer, sell and buy digital items ( photos, graphics, video, and audio) a variety of pricing formats and locations. The actual contract for sale is directly between the sellers and buyers.

New content is continually added to the archive, so there is always something new!
All graphics and files provided on come with the right to use them in all types of projects. There are absolutely no additional fees beyond the price which you pay in our market.

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