►Free download for *non-monetized* videos (please credit and link me!):
►Purchase a license here and obtain the full rights to use this music on your ‘monetized’ videos:
►Listen | Stream | Download via your favourite platform:
►►►A strong uplifting guitar track in the style of british rock / pop bands like U2 or Coldplay over a repeating solid tomtom groove, synth sequencing patterns and a lively background of acoustic and electric guitars.
►This music is safe for YouTube monetization.
With your purchase you receive a license which you can show to YouTube in case you should receive any copyright claims!
► iTunes: https://bit.ly/3w0I3pd
► Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/basspartout
► Bandcamp: http://basspartout.bandcamp.com/music
► Twitter: http://twitter.com/basspartout_de
► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BasspartoutMusic
►Great instrumental background music for all video makers and content creators.
►Music composed, arranged and performed by Basspartout (using Presonus Studio One)
© 2012 Basspartout. All rights reserved.
#basspartout #freedom #freebgm
►►► F A Q:
► Can I use this music in my videos and can I monetize my video with your music?
Yes to both, and here is how:
My music is intended for use as background music for video, podcasts, presentations etc.
But remember that music on Youtube nowadays is identified via Content Id and you will get a so called ‘third party notification’ if you simply reupload my music. That claim is harmless and does not do any harm to your channel, it only means that you cannot monetize your video this way.
In order to monetze it, you first need to purchase a license via the link given at the very beginning of this video description. You can then show that you have rights to use the music and this allows you also to monetize your videos using my music!
► What is the difference between a ‘3rd party content match/claim’ and a copyright strike?
A claim is harmless and simply means you cannot monetize the video yourself. A copyright strike results from you receiving a take down notice from a 3rd party content owner.
► YouTube is showing a ‘Third-Party Content match’ in my Video Manager, even though I have purchased a license. What should I do?
YouTube digitally check every piece of media that is uploaded for matching media they have on their ContentID system. Sometimes, you may receive a match notification.
Simply visit http://adrev.net/contact-us, drop in your video link and details and copy/paste the contents from your purchased License Certificate (available from the above link) and claims are removed within 24 – 96 hours.
You’ll receive a message once this has been completed. You may want to keep your uploaded video set as ‘unlisted’ until this has been completed.
► Doesn’t royalty-free music mean I can use it for free?
‘Royalty-free’ music is not the same as ‘free music’. Simply put, it means that royalties don’t have to be paid to the creator each and every time it’s used; but instead, a one-time fixed fee is paid, which is via a license purchase.
► Is the link in the description safe?
All links in my videos only go to trusted Royalty Free Marketplaces where it is easy, fast and most importantly safe to buy a license according to your needs.
► The license is shown in US Dollars, but I live outside of the US?
You can purchase the license in your local currency, as this is converted to the equivalent amount during the payment process.
Suggested Uses For this Background Music:
TV Advertising Music
TV Podcast Music
Videohive Project Music
Adobe Music For Productions
Music For Websites
Product Promotion Music
Web Site Music
Additional relevant tags:
Royalty free website music, royalty free audio loops, music for after effects projects, background music for presentations, instrument music for video, backgrounds for powerpoint