Within these platforms you should be able to whitelist your artist channel or even have your artist channel in their Networks.
In some cases you might be claimed, but all you need to do is to dispute the claims or talk with the support teams at these services and the claim will get removed immediately.
Justin Kan (Co-founder of Twitch and Justin.tv) has started to vlog on YouTube with handy business tips. Justin has had a lot of adventures with Twitch and beyond and its great to see him giving something back.
Plus, these videos are actually entertaining, short, and provide a recap at the end (which is great).
Keep up the good work Justin!
With 2020 being so rubbish I have been spending a lot of time on YouTube. Here is a video from Selected – which showcases their New Years Mix. It’s from 2017, but it still really packs a punch.
Most of the Lofi channels on YouTube work with or talk to Lofi artists on a daily basis and they ask if they can use their music in their videos.
If the channel is large they normally ask the artist to sign an agreement which states the channel can use the audio in their videos and keep the money from the videos.
Synchedin is a sync licensing service that lets creator subscribe and use any audio track in the catalogue in the videos they create on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok and more.
Key Selling Points:
- Affordable price for all creators ($4.99 per month or $49.99 per year)
- Unlimited Downloads
- Unlimited Commercial License (any project worldwide in perpetuity)
- Royalty Free
- Known Independent Artists
- Claims Control – Directly partnered with YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, to be able to release claims if required.
If your looking for royalty free music for your videos then take a look at Synchedin. Its great value for money and will allow you to make more money and focus more on the videos you are creating.
Tiny Houses are really growing in popularity as the world moves towards a simpler life! This tiny house is a real game changer as it incorporates some amazing design and features.
The property is in New Zealand among some outstanding scenery.
TikTok has become a very strong force in online video and become a place for youth culture to thrive.
TikTok has a great feature that allows anyone creating a TikTok to use any music they have licensed in their catalogue. This has driven great success for specific artists and it has now become a marketing strategy of the major labels to get their music used by song of the world’s largest TikTok creators.
TikTok isn’t the future of music, but it is for sure a driving force in the music industry.
Google Music is scheduled to close down later this year around (September or October). Google Music has been an outstanding product, but it seems as though it hasn’t got as much traction as they wanted and they are merging it with YouTube Music and will put all their efforts behind the YouTube Music initiative.
It’s not required.
Copyright for music is technically given automatically when you create the track. You don’t have to register it with any organisation across the world to “get the copyright”.
Thus, after creating a track I would look to release the track on YouTube, Soundcloud and into all music streaming services (which you can do for Free via RouteNote).
Technically you can try to add other people’s TikTok videos to your YouTube channel and try to earn money. Over time the aim of the YouTube system is to give those royalties to the correct copyrights holders, so they would need to add their music to YouTube Content ID to claim those royalties.
YouTube have recently changed their rules for YouTube MCN’s which means that all channels within the MCN’s need to be part of the YouTube Partner Program before they become eligible to be added to the MCN’s.
YouTube have been frequently changing the rules for MCN’s which is leaving a lot of channels up against it.
Here is a new video we have created for finding the Top 5 YouTube Channels for No Copyright Music – Free to Use Music for YouTubers.
We hope that the video highlights some of the best places for music for YouTubers. Finding legal music to use and to license legally has always been an issue. If you want to do this cheaply and legally please take a look at Synchedin. Synchedin offers unlimited downloads with unlimited commercial usage for $4.99 per month.
Yes. RouteNote is completely free and allows any artists from anywhere in the world to upload as much music as they want to the worlds largest stores and streaming services.
- Free to uploading unlimited to music to the worlds largest stores and streaming services
- YouTube Content ID, Facebook Content ID and Instagram included
- YouTube Networks
- Distribution in China and other emerging markets.