If you're making money with your video, it is a commercial project. Even if it's only bringing in a little bit of money. Even if it's bringing in money but losing a lot of money elsewhere and the overall project is not profitable.
If you're not making ANY money with your video, that's a non-commercial project.
Those could be:
- educational projects;
- Youtube video with no advertising;
- school projects.
The key is you're not bringing any money in.
What's the difference between an exclusive or non-exclusive license?
If I license you one of my tracks on a non-exclusive basis, I retain the right of licensing it to other people.
That means you're purchasing the right to use it but not the right to use it exclusively.
If I license you a song under an exclusive agreement, I am forfeiting my right to license that same track to someone else (at least for the period of the license agreement). For obvious reasons, these licenses are more expense 🙂
If you use the licensing catalogue available, you'll get the option to buy the track in MP3 or WAV format.
In both cases, these audio files are HD quality. The MP3 files are 320kbps (which is the highest quality MP3 format available).
The WAV file is 24bit 48kHz although in a few cases, I've had to include a 16bit 48kHz file due to WordPress limitatio
I know how difficult it can be to find the right fit for your projects. That's why I offer a 60 day guarantee on all the music store.
Whether you choose the "a la carte" option or purchase custom audio, I will refund you any music you don't use within 60 days of purchase, leaving you plenty of time to make sure it's the right fit for your project(s).
All you need to do is email me at email@example.com