Frequently Asked Questions

This page describes usage policy for our Royalty Free Background Music.

Music is FREE to use in all projects and media
Use for commercial purpose (monetization) allowed
Only tracks with symbol require attribution

 

Yes, all music in our library is free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes. Just credit the artists in your video/project description.

Yes. Just credit the artists in your video/project description.

  1. Make sure you have included the required credits in video description.
  2. If credits are provided, then you can dispute the claim on YouTube. In the claim description, mention that the music is under creative commons license and put a link to the music source.The claim should be removed in a few days in most cases.
  3. If the claim remains, please report the track or contact the artist directly to solve the problem.

You can use our free music anywhere you want if you can attribute the author.

In YouTube, social media, websites, podcasts, presentations, games, apps, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Tiktok,..

Yes, but you must credit the artists. You can find more details in each track's page.

Yes, but you must credit the artists. You can find more details in each track's page.

It means crediting the artist who created the music. You should copy/paste some text in your video description. You will see that text when you download any music track.

You can read about all the creative commons licenses on this link.

In most of the tracks here. yes, you can modify the music.
For more details,  click on the license link in the track page for every track you want to use.

We’ve tried to keep it simple: click the download button next to the track that you want, then you will be directed to the track page where you can read track’s info and download it easily. Click again download button in the track’s page It will be downloaded automatically.

Some tracks need to credit the artist, others don’t. You should read description for each track in its page.

For tracks that don’t need attribution, we’d love it if you do attribution for chosic.com!  Just put a link to this page (https://www.chosic.com/free-music/all/) in your project so that others can also find us.

Just Copy & Paste the text in red rectangle on the track page and put it in your video description, website text …

No – currently, you can only download our free royalty-free music on a track by track basis.

Yes, most of the tracks here have copyrights. All the rights for those tracks belong to their authors. So you should credit the artist in your project description to be safe.

We can’t provide such certificates but you may contact the artists directly or check their website if they have one. You can see the artist name and site on each track page.

We recommend to paste the artist name and site in the description space, but it is better to contact the artist to be 100% sure.

There are 2 types of music in our library :

  1. Public domain music
    You can use this music for free without attribution, even for commercial purposes.
    License example: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/
  2. Creative commons music (CC-BY)
    Attribution is required when you use this music, and also you can use the music for free even for commercial purposes.
    License examples:
    https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
    https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

You can click on the license link from any track page to find more about what you can and can’t do with the music.

All our music is free to use, however, if you still want to buy a license, please contact the artist (link to artist site is provided in the track page).

You cannot:
X:  You cannot Claim music as your own or register it in any store/platform.
X: You can use music for Facebook videos but you cannot register them to the Facebook Rights Manager Service.
X: You may NOT use music in an audio track that you intend to put into the Content ID system.

Disclaimer

1. “No Copyright”, “Free Copyright”  are only search terms used to find music released by their authors as “free to use”, under “creative commons” licenses or their own licenses; all the rights for those tracks belong to their authors who let its free use in exchange for crediting/attribution for the artist/author in the project where the track is used.

2. This website and its managers will be not responsible for any copyright issue that you could get, please use the music under your own discretion/responsibility.

 

If you have any problems or questions, you can contact us