Full Access License

BeepCode.net offers ONE simple licensing option for any kind of video production. Select your project type, pay once, and use forever, worldwide. Full Access License are valid for entire music catalog from BeepCode Media Production.

“Full Access License”

Immediately available to purchase through the website. This is a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to commercial or non-commercial use the music or audio in following applications:

  • Internet Videos (Youtube, Vimeo, etc.)
  • Commercial and Non-Commercial Websites
  • Corporate Presentations (Internal)
  • Student Films
  • School, College or University projects and videos (as the institution will need to be covered for copyright purposes)
  • In-Store Background Music
  • Podcasts
  • Music-On-Hold
  • Games and applications (unlimited copies or downloads)
  • Commercial Broadcast use (TV / Radio)
  • Corporate Trade Shows
  • Regional / National / International / Live Theatrical Performances TV and Radio Broadcasts

All other applications that DOES NOT INVOLVE re-selling the Royalty Free Music by BeepCode.net “as-is”, by adding vocals and reselling as a song, or in other Royalty-Free stock items (Stock Videos, After Effects Projects, etc.)

License is valid for use on unlimited YouTube channels or online video account’s.

License is valid in perpetuity, worldwide, therefore there is no need to re-new the License, unlike most royalty-free music vendors.

A License must be purchased per full music catalog via subscription.

LICENSEE is NOT AUTHORIZED to claim ownership or authorship of the music and audio represented under this Agreement. Licensee shall not use the Licensed Content in a manner that violates the law of any applicable jurisdiction. Licensee hereby agrees to inform BeepCode.netpromptly in the event that Licensee becomes aware of any unauthorized use of infringement of the Licensed Music or Copyright.

Term and Termination

Subject to the terms of the Agreement and subject to Licensee’s absolute compliance with all terms of this Agreement, the Licensee may use the Royalty Free Music products published by BeepCode.net for the LIFETIME of the Licensee, only in one application. This Agreement may be terminated at any time and at the sole discretion of the Licensor including, but not limited to: a) any breach of this Agreement by the Licensee; b) any termination of any agreement by which Licensor obtains or obtained rights in any of the Copyrights and/or the Licensed Music;

Liability

BeepCode.net accepts no responsibility for any loss of business or business profits resulting directly or indirectly by a) the Licensed Music; b) the Copyrights; c) or this Agreement.

Licensee hereby agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold BeepCode.net its officers, directors, partners, shareholders, employees, representatives and agents from and against any and all claims, actions, liability, and damages, and expenses related thereto (including attorneys’ fees) arising out of, or in connection in any way with the use of: a) the Licensed Music; b) the Copyrights or c) this Agreement.

Warranties

BeepCode.net warrants that it has all necessary rights and authority to enter into and perform under this agreement. BeepCode.net has made reasonable efforts to ensure the correct abelling, titling, categorization and key wording of the Licensed Content by its users; however, BeepCode.net does not warrant the accuracy of such information.

Payment

All sales of Licensed Content are final and cannot be returned. Prices, offers and products are subject of availability and may change.

Acknowledgement

By purchasing Royalty Free Music and Audio product published by BeepCode.net Licensee accepts and is bound by this Agreement either for itself or on behalf of its employer, principal or the entity that is identified as the purchaser of License(s) from BeepCode.net. Licensee acknowledges it has read this Agreement and understands it.

Licensee represents that information provided to BeepCode.netis accurate and true. Licensee represents that, he or she is at least 16 years of age and has the full right and authority to enter into this Agreement.

F.A.Q.

Once a License Certificate has been purchased, you will be granted the proper rights and can then use my music on all online video streaming platforms, such as YouTube, Vimeo, Vidme, Daily Motion, Facebook, Twitter, SnapChat, Instagram and much more. This includes personal, educational, business and corporate videos.

If you are a video producer or designer producing videos for a client, you may still purchase a License on their behalf and then pass this to them on delivery of the completed video project. You and your client may then contact me with any queries or requests to clear copyright claims.

If you are planning to use my music in your videos such as vlogs, tutorials, educational (such as school or college projects), paid-for business projects , including non-profit or charity based projects (such as corporate videos or presentations of any kind), then it is very important that a License Certificate is purchased.

The License Certificate is a legal document which grants you permission to use my music in your project. It also enables you to show any concerned parties or authorities that you have the correct and legal rights to use and perform publicly my copyrighted material within your production.

The License Certificate is also used to clear YouTube copyright notices and prevents advertising from appearing on videos. This is especially important if you are a video producer that has created work for a commercial client and do not wish advertising to appear on their video. If you need assistance with this, please contact me via feedback form.

If you decide you do need a License, these can be purchased and downloaded via the various category links at the top of this site.

So, you’ve uploaded your brand new video to YouTube which contains my royalty free music and low and behold you see the a ‘matched third-party content‘ copyright notice appear next to your upload.

Firstly, don’t panic!

This is nothing to worry about and perfectly normal when using my music and the notice is simply letting you know that AdRev/YouTube’s ContentID system has detected my music that’s held on their systems, within your upload.

This is not the same thing as a copyright strike and does not affect the status of your video or channel in any way. What will happen is that advertising may run on your video, and a small portion of the revenue is distributed back to me, to the copyright holder of the music.

So, what do I need to do now?

There are two main options for you:

Option 1: If you’re not monetizing the video which contains the music, then you may just ignore the notice and continue uploading your videos as normal. That’s all there is to it!

Option 2: If you do want to monetize your YouTube video that contains the music (if you’re a YouTube Partner, for example) or you just want the onscreen advertising removed , you’ll need to have the copyright claim cleared.

For this you’ll need your purchased License Certificate pdf to hand, which is included with your purchased download from my site. You can check your purchase email to access this. If you purchased my music from another licensing site such as AudioJungle, Pond5, LuckStock, etc, this license should be available via the ‘Downloads’ section in your account.

So, to get the copyright claim cleared:

  • Drop a quick email to support@adrev.net, include links to your video(s) that have a claim on my music and attach your purchased pdf License Certificate. You may also put ‘Copyright claim release request’ as the subject if you so wish.
  • AdRev will review your request and clear the claim, often within a day (this may take a little longer over weekends or holidays) and they will let you know once this has been done. Done!

Tips:

  • There’s no need to use YouTube’s built-in dispute process, as this is often a much slower way to clear claims. Emailing support@adrev.net, as mentioned above, is a much quicker and direct way to clear copyright claims.
  • Once the claim has been cleared, you will still receive any advertising revenue due to you whilst the claim was active. This is held in escrow by YouTube until the claim is cleared.
  • Alternatively, if you get stuck or need any help with anything, then just drop me a message via feedback form.

If you  have additional question you can send me email via feedback form 🙂