Licensing Info
Our royalty free licensing options

Our production music usage guidelines provide details of the various types of Royalty Free music usage types available on this website. How you intend to use the track determines the royalty free license you'll need to purchase.

Band A Royalty Free

Standard License

Definition – A perpetual, multi-use license for YouTube, Vimeo, Social Media, Corporate videos, Wedding videos/slideshows, Student films/productions, Blogs/Vlogs, Business & Personal Websites, Personal use.

This licence allows you to synchronise the purchased track worldwide in perpetuity with an unlimited number of multimedia projects providing that projects are restricted to the uses and platforms listed above in the 'usage types'. This license does not cover the use of any kind which is not listed in the usage types.

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Corporate Band B - CORPORATE

Apps & Duplication

Definition – A single use license for Apps / Games, Physical Reproduction (DVDs, CD-ROM, Data Storage Devices) eBooks. 

This licence allows you to synchronise the purchased track worldwide in perpetuity with a single multimedia project or product, providing that it is restricted to the uses and platforms listed above in 'usage types'. This is a duplication license and is limited to a MAXIMUM of 5000 units of your project or product. For additional units, please contact us.This license does not cover the use of any kind which is not listed in the usage types.

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Advertising Band C - PRODUCTION

TV & Radio

Definition – A single use license for TV & Radio programming (including advertising), TV Films, TV & Radio series.

This licence allows you to synchronise the purchased track worldwide in perpetuity with a single multimedia project providing that it is restricted to the uses and platforms listed above in the 'usage types'. You must remember to accurately complete any cue sheets, clearly stating the name of the track, including our tag (For Example: Perfect Track - TMJ2014), the duration, name of composer and publisher (The Music Jar Ltd). This is to ensure that our composers are paid their performance royalties. This license does not cover the use of any kind which is not listed in the usage types.

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Advertising Band D - ADVERTISING

Film & Theatrical

Definition – A single use license for Theatrical Film Releases, In-Theatre Advertising, Videos-On-Demand/Video Streaming Services

This licence allows you to synchronise the purchased track worldwide in perpetuity with a single multimedia project providing that it is restricted to the uses and platforms listed above in the 'usage types'. You must remember to accurately complete any cue sheets, clearly stating the name of the track, including our tag (For Example: Perfect Track - TMJ2014), the duration, name of composer and publisher (The Music Jar). This is to ensure that our composers are paid their performance royalties. This license does not cover the use of any kind which is not listed in the usage types.

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Other usage

For all other usage not mentioned in our Terms and Conditions, you must contact us and tell us what you intend to use the music for, so we can create a licence that perfectly suits your requirements. 

For example: Music only productions such as Audio CDs require written consent from ‘The Music Jar’. You may not re-record, sample, duplicate or sell any music from The Music Jar without express written consent. Please contact us at: info@themusicjar.co.uk or call 0161 432 3113.

The track you have downloaded from ‘The Music Jar’ may only be used for the single production it was intended for. Should you wish to use it in any other production (related or unrelated) you must contact us so we can validate your usage licence (free of charge), register the production title and give as many details as you can, or complete a cue sheet/ consignment note and supply this to ‘The Music Jar’ and the broadcasting company.

Any edits, cut-downs, trailers or re-dubbing will be classified as a new production and you will have to apply for a separate usage licence (free of charge) register the production title and give as many details as you can, or complete a cue sheet and supply this to ‘The Music Jar’ and the broadcasting company.