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Where does your music come from?

All music was created by composer TimTaj.

How can I use TimTaj music?

You can use it as background music in online videos, video games, educational software, PowerPoint and Keynote presentations, television advertisements, radio spots, documentaries, institutional & corporate advertising, on-hold music, jingles, websites, banners and more. You can modify melodies as you wish, but you may not resell or redistribute music from

What formats do you offer?

We offer melodies in MP3 and WAV formats. When you purchase music each song is made available to you in ZIP file that contains the song in 2 formats.

Can I make a song or a remix with TimTaj music?

NO! You can however adapt the music for your film or video by cutting, fading, editing the length or adding voice over.

Can I edit, modify or transform the music?

You can adapt the music for your project by editing the length or changing the sound. However you can not make a song, a re-mix or produce your own music with our music.

What constitutes a series (eg TV series, webisodes, or a magazine with monthly editions)?

To be considered a series, all things in the series (eg episode, edition) must be connected, and be released within 1 year of the first installment. There is also a maximum of 52 episodes or editions within the series.

Example: A 12 episode TV series that starts in December and ends in July would only require a single license. A YouTube series that releases an episode every week (52 total) would only need to purchase a license once every year. A magazine that releases an edition every other month would need to purchase a license once every year.

I am doing an ad campaign with several variations on the same ad. Do I need a new license for each ad variation?

You should purchase 1 license for each substantially different ad.

Example: If you have 3 identical ads with just minor text changes, just one license is fine. If you use a single template to create ads for 3 different products/services, you should purchase 3 separate licenses.

My end product will be distributed via multiple mediums. Do I need one license for each medium?

No. As long as it’s all the same end product, you can distribute it via different mediums without having to purchase new licenses.

Example: With a single license, you could play your commercial online and on TV.

What is the difference between limitations on copies, downloads, audience size, views and impressions?

Copies and downloads apply when an end product is distributed to an end user and they retain ownership of the end product in physical or digital form (e.g. a DVD, app, video game, or audiobook). The number of copies/downloads of the end product you are allowed to distribute may be limited depending on the Music License you purchased.

Audience size applies when an end product is for Broadcast use, be it traditional television or radio or online substitutions of these. The size of the audience you are allowed to broadcast to may be limited depending on the Music License you purchased.

Views and impressions apply to non-Broadcast end products displayed on the web, and are a measure of how many visitors have seen or played your end product. None of our licenses place any restrictions on page views or impressions.

Example: Your home video uses music licensed under the Music Standard License. You upload it to a user-generated video-sharing platform, and goes viral with over 1,000,000 views. Relax and enjoy the fame, you’re still covered by this license.

YouTube / Vimeo / Facebook, etc.

Can I use your music tracks on YouTube videos?

Yes. You can use my music tracks in your videos, but without the ability to monetize them on.

Perhaps you will get copyright claims on YouTube, do not worry, this is normal. Your video will be fine and will not be deleted.

Why have I received a "matched third party content" copyright notice via YouTube about TimTaj music used on my YouTube video?

Yes, you can absolutely use licensed TimTaj music in your YouTube video.

YouTube takes copyright infringement seriously, and its Content ID audio detection system will occasionally display a copyright notice on videos using licensed TimTaj music. This typically isn’t a bad thing, it simply means YouTube has found some material in your video that’s owned by someone else. To clear this notice, you simply need to let YouTube know that you have licensed the music and have the rights to use it.

My video YouTube received COPYRIGHT CLAIMS, what should I do?

You have received a copyright notice. You have nothing to worry about. Here are some tips and clarifications:

1. If you do not want to monetize your video on YouTube – You do not need to take any action. Your video is in normal, no restrictions will be imposed on it except for monetization (you will not be able to monetize your video). Your video will not be deleted.

2. If you want to monetize your video on YouTube – You need to buy a license for each track that you use. After purchasing a license, you will receive a license certificate that must be shown on YouTube in order to disput the claim.

How to remove the copyright claims on my YouTube video?

First you need to purchase a license. Then follow the instructions below.

Сlaim is from HAAWK: After you have purchased a license, simply VISIT THIS PAGE, enter your details and video link and copy/paste the contents from your purchased License Certificate into the message box. Claims are usually resolved within 24-96 hours. You may wish to keep your new videos “unlisted” until this process is completed.

If I make a clip for YouTube using music from TimTaj, can I monetize the clip by allowing ads?

Yes. All of our Music Licenses allow use for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.

Does your music have copyright on YouTube?

All of tracks have copyright, but you can still use tracks on Youtube. Your videos will feel good, they will not be imposed any restrictions (except for monetization). I do not delete videos that use my music without a license, your video is safe.

I need a license for YouTube video, what license should I buy (standard or extended)?

The standard license is perfect for YouTube, Vimeo, and other social networks. No matter the commercial video or not, the standard license is suitable for this.

An extended license is needed if you are going to use my tracks in public places, such as TV and radio, stadiums, theaters, shops and the like.

I need to buy a license to use your music tracks in my videos?

If you do not want to or you do not have the opportunity to purchase a license, you can still use my tracks in your videos, but without monetization. Your videos will feel good, they will not be imposed any restrictions (except for monetization). I do not delete videos that use my music without a license, your video is safe.

If you want to use my tracks in your videos and monetize your videos and earn revenue, in this case you need to purchase a license.

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