I forgot to mention the music bought … If you buy a song on ITunes or something like that, can you use the song without the owner`s permission? However, you can use any music from YouTube`s audio library. It is especially there for this purpose and it is free. Hello I`m a retired DJ and I want to make on Youtube a video (music and jingles and maybe some old commercials) of channels I`ve been working on. The music that is to be used is already on youtube (50 -60 Oldies) and the Jingles are respective radio stations. Since the music I would use is already published on YT, will there be any problems? This is of course for historical purposes, to give today`s youth an example of what radio did in the 1950s and 1960s, and I do not want or expect anyone to gain monetary policy. In other words, I do it for free. It`s all Greek to me, and the pressure of friends forces me to at least try to get there, because they think it will be great. I make a lot of drawing videos, then I put the music in the background (some I did are by far, say something). I write the title of the song and the artist in the description.
A friend of mine said YouTube could take off my channel? It`s true? How can I put music behind my back if it is copyrighted? And I always see lyrical videos and things like videos of TV fans on popular songs. Certainly, they cannot all have the rights. How do I put music in my back without hurting my channel? I`m so confused… Unfortunately, the music you buy on iTunes is exclusively for personal listening. Yes, this can be confusing 🙂 The rule of thumb is that it will be difficult to challenge the right if you do not have the owner`s express permission (or if you have obtained a license for a production music title). It is therefore not only a question of protecting music, but also of protecting the purchase from generating assertions. At least, willing and composers are able to remove claims for those who have their music licensed. On the other hand, the culprits are not at all interested in the elimination of claims. The good thing about these operations is that they deal with all music licenses and royalty issues, so you never have to worry about getting in hot water with YouTube or an artist. Some pages are calculated by song or by use, but by tripping sound, we do it simple-peasy. Just sign up for a subscription and have unlimited access to our entire music, video and SFX library. I believe YouTube can replace music in its online video editor.
You can try or re-download the video with a new soundtrack. Hope that helps. In most cases, Content ID is only available to established music publishers, but a number of YouTube-certified companies, such as AdRev, Audiam and few others, offer technical solutions for small independent music producers, so they can also protect their works with YouTube`s ID content system.