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NO COSIGN RECORDS // ROYALTY FREE PLAYLISTING

COPYRIGHT SAFE MUSIC

WHAT IS THIS FOR & WHY WE'RE DOING IT

With the way that music media ever-evolves, we’ve learned that live content is going to continue to grow in creative ways in the future. In so, we’ve also realized that live content creators will continue to have needs we can help with: the use of dope music within your content that will not get you flagged for using copyrighted music.

We have decided to put together a handful of free playlists that you live streamers can utilize in the background of your content creation, and this will allow you to feel at ease not only when going live, but also when you need chop up your live content – and freely monetize it – to utilize on social platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, YouTube and whatever comes in the future.

All the music on our playlists are available for free for live streamers to use (although we do have some stipulations if it’s not live streaming content). Additionally, content will be continually be updated with multiple artists, with different genres to choose from, and will have separate options for creatives that also may want to lease music for other creative purposes aside from live streaming. We’re offering the most dope, premium-quality copyright-safe music anywhere.

THE LEGAL DETAILS & ALL THE SPECIFICS

The music on the playlists are royalty-free and copyright-safe as long as your content first uses the music in a live stream. All live streams are safe. If you want to then chop up your live stream and upload the video for promotion on any social platform (or YouTube), you are also safe. Anything connected to a live stream is safe.

On the other hand, if you want music for a video that is not for live streaming – on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok or any other social media outlet that you can share video content – you must purchase a separate license. If you want distinct, specific music for the intro or outro of your videos, you will need to purchase a license for the music you are personalizing.

Why isn’t it all free? The reasoning for this is because by you using the playlists, the artists will still collect money from you streaming the music, but if you are not streaming the music from a service (such as Spotify or Apple Music), then the artist is giving their art away for free. We’re in the business of supporting independent creatives/artists, and so are you, so we know you understand why this model is important and necessary.

MULTIPLE PLAYLISTS COMING BY END OF 2020

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