I have seen this question time and time again and it tells me they shouldn't be creating content. There Is No Such Thing As Non-Copyrighted Music. In all countries that signed up to the Berne Convention (that includes US, UK, Canada etc) as soon as you create a piece of music, copyright already exists in... Continue Reading →
Creative Commons License Or Youtube Standard License?
So which license should you use, Creative Commons License or Youtube Standard License, when you have used a Creative Commons licensed song in your Youtube video? Well, that all depends. Watch my video to find out which license you should use on your Youtube video. WATCH VIDEO
5 Video Ideas For Youtube Music Channels
Get more video views for your channel with these 5 video ideas for Youtube music channels. Get ready for a surge in traffic. So you are a struggling musician on youtube and you're trying to get views on your youtube music channel. But it's just not happening. That's because they're not interested in your music... Continue Reading →
Can A Music Artist Change Or Remove The Creative Commons License?
If you have ever wondered if music artists can change or remove the creative commons licenze on their track at a future date then this video might be for you. If you have any questions I look forward to seeing you in the comments section. WATCH VIDEO
Copyright Claim From Using Soundcloud Music?
Copyright from using Soundcloud music? Are you worried you will get a copyright claim or strike from soundcloud music you have used in your Youtube video? This video will give you some of the reasons why you may get a copyright claim or strike from music you thought you had permission to use. Watch Video
Can I Copyright Music By Posting It To Myself?
Can I copyright music by posting to myself? Does posting your music to yourself protect your copyright? In the 1990's I learned of this method of copyrighting music, also known as the poor mans copyright, which is to send your music to yourself by registered post. But does it work? WATCH VIDEO