Freedom from expensive, and reoccurring licensing is what makes royalty free music for production specifically (videos, film, and websites) such a great option.
Many websites offer multiple licenses, making it difficult, confusing, and almost impossible to keep track of what license was purchased for a specific song'or a specific production.
The limitations are endless.
The truth is that most people don't keep track of licensing. It's too difficult and time consuming. If you purchase the 'cheaper' music license (that is identified as being a 'personal' license) then you do not have the freedom to sell your media (video, commercial, or film), or air it on TV, or put it on the web for marketing purposes, etc.
And if you decide to upgrade your music license in the future to a 'professional license, then you are required to 'remember' all of the information surrounding the specific music track (or tracks) you used. You waste time and energy trying to look up music information. Then you must return to the music site to pay additional fees to re-license the same music for use in business.
It's maddening. And it's a bad model. Why would anyone subject themselves to additional costs and fees, and wasted time, when there is a simple solution, that addresses licensing for ALL of your music needs?
True royalty free music only needs to be licensed once. When you license a tune you never have to come back and re-license it again. You never have to worry about 'breaking the law', or not having the correct license for your media.
When you license music at Tune Society you not only get incredible music for a great price, you have the right to use that music on any piece of media, whenever you want, for as long as you want.
Tune society has the largest and highest quality selection of royalty free music for advertising - such as websites, radio, films, TV commercials, and videos.
Our prices are highly competitive. We are less expensive than MOST music licensing companies. And our license covers EVERYTHING. No worries. No hassles. No extra fees!
Don't be fooled! Many music libraries that advertise being 'royalty free' only offer 'personal' licenses ' which ARE NOT royalty free at all! A buyer believes they are receiving a royalty free license for a very low price. But, if you look at the small, black, type very closely you will see that you only have permission to use the licensed music for 'personal' projects. This means you cannot use it to promote your business. And you cannot sell or market the piece of media (video) that you use the music in.
Tune Society offers one price that covers ALL LICENSING.
Many times today's productions can't afford extremely expensive music costs. Clients need flexibility to use their videos or commercials however they want'whenever they want. *And most music licensing companies inhibit them from doing that.
For example, if a company creates a TV commercial that they want to air in Colorado, they would need to pay a specific fee for the use of the music in their commercial. But, if they turn around and decide to run that SAME TV commercial in California, Washington, and Utah, they would be REQUIRED to go back to the music licensing company and pay MORE MONEY to use the same music in the TV commercial being aired in California, Washington, and Utah.
This concept is the same when dealing with media / videos on the web, on the radio, on DVDs for sale, and on ANY MEDIA that the public sees.
With Tune Society there are NO EXTRA FEES. ONE FEE gives you freedom to use your media wherever you want, whenvever you want.
Tune Society is tailored to help you lengthen your production budget and get the most out of your money. In a struggling economy everyone is looking for high quality for lower cost. Tune Society offers national, and global music, from artists ALL OVER THE WORLD, for your videos, films, TV commercials, radio ads, and websites.
Based in Turkey, Ramazan Yuksel is a young composer scoring movies, TV shows, video games, and documentaries. He specializes in big Hollywood-styled dramatic cues that blend orchestral and electronic elements. Ramazan frequently employs ethnic instrumentation to conjure up sounds from the Middle East, Asia, and beyond.
"The reason I like Tune Society is they offer a fair price to the customers while splitting the royalty at a fair proportion with the Artists."