How it works and your License:
FAQs, and general explanations of how music licensing works
Please contact Dave with details of your project. He will then give you UNLIMITED download access to ALL the music on the site.
If you go on to use any of it, please tell him which tracks you would like to use.
Dave will then grant you a Synchronization license for a very competative and reasonable fee, depending on the project.
This fee will also give you a full license to stream, distribute
to cinemas and TV broadcasters worldwide and also manufacture unlimited DVD (or any other future media) copies.
**If the project is non-commercial, student, charity (see below) or for a very good cause, he will often give you the music for FREE.
All he asks, is that you fill out a Cue
Sheet if the production is destined for public broadcast on any type of television channel or film distibution network. It
will not cost you any money, just five minutes of your time and will ensure that Dave and his team of musicians and co-composers of the
music, will get their fair share of blanket
broadcast performance royalties that are paid by broadcasters to the various royalty collection societies
round the world.
To make life easier for you, you can fill in a cue sheet from here, Cue
Sheet and he will take care of the rest!
Charities, NGO's, Non Profit Organizations etc:
Dave will be more than happy to give you full access to his whole library at no cost.
You can use any track in any way you wish, all he asks is that you give him a credit and if the production will be streamed or broadcast to the public in any way, that you fill in a Cue
Sheet with the details, once the production has gone public.
To get your free access, Just contact Dave with details of who you are, address etc. and he will organize your log-ins and passwords etc. and send you the link ASAP.
Web pages / Internet Streaming:
This is a complex and fast changing legal environment, but to be safe, please filll out a Cue
For web pages hosted in the UK, there are various types of licenses for internet broadcast
available from the PRS
(Performing Rights Society), depending on how you are going to use the music on your site.
We reccomend that you have a look at their guidance notes from
If in doubt, or have any questions, then you should contact them directly.
In the USA you can see how it works from here. If in doubt, or have any questions, then you should contact them directly.
For other countries you should contact the national PRO (Performing Rights Organization) of your country.
You can see a list of most of the world's PROs from here:
List of PROs (royalty societies) worldwide
If you would like to see even more detail including common legal terms and definitions,
you can see them here: