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Can I distribute or commercially re-release your music or a remix/cover of an NCS song, without licensing the use of the track?

No, you can’t license or commercially release at music track/remix/cover of an NCS  (NoCopyrightSounds) without a license

Just like any record label, NCS owns the copyright to our releases, and specific permission is required.

You are not permitted to distribute our music to any stores like Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, etc.

Related questions to Can I distribute or commercially re-release your music or a remix/cover of an NCS song, without licensing the use of the track?

I am making a video presentation as part of my education, can I use NCS music without a license?

When you are making a video presentation, you can easily use NCS (NoCopyrightSounds) music  as part of your education. In that case you don’t need an NCS License. This will be considered as falling under our usage policy.  Because it’s for educational purposes, you count as an independent creator, and there is no commercial gain from this usage.

Is it possible to play NCS music on my livestream?

Yes, it is possible to play an NCS (NoCopyrightSounds) song on a livestream. It depends if this is a livestream of yourself as an independent creator. In that case NCS releases can be used as background music in line with their usage policy. You have to consider if this livestream has the sole purpose of playing music and/or if you have used the NCS name in the title or logo on the video your stream. The latter is a breach of the trademark and you will be asked to re-title or remove your stream. The trademarks are: NCS, NoCopyrightSounds & No Copyright Sounds.

Can I use NCS music in my independent video game?

  • Regardless of whether your game is free to download, use of our releases in video games is considered to be a commercial use. A Commercial License Agreement will need to be signed between NCS and Game Developer / Publisher.
  • To request a Commercial License, please apply here: NCS Commercial License Form

Can I post NCS tracks to my Music Channel?

NCS primarily supports Independent Creators, whether Vlogger, Gamer, Make-Up Artist or any other creative content. Channels primarily re-uploading our original video or creating 1/10 Hour versions are likely to receive a copyright claim and/or de-monetization in the near future.

  • If you have used the NCS name in the title or logo on the video, this is a breach of our trademark and you will be asked to re-title or remove your stream.
    • Our trademarks are: NCS, NoCopyrightSounds & No Copyright Sounds.
  • You may not post NCS tracks on your channel before they have been officially posted by NCS on YouTube.

Can I use an NCS track in a promotional video for my Product / Service / Commercial brand?

Yes, you can use NCS (NoCopyRightSounds) tracks used in commercial content (content that solely promotes or advertises a Product or Service) requires a Commercial License Agreement to be signed and a License fee to be paid before an NCS track can be used in this way. Without a fully signed commercial license agreement, your content is at risk of receiving a Copyright Strike.

Can I use an NCS track on Twitter?

Yes, you can use music tracks from NoCopyRightSounds (NCS) of your Twitter, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim at this point. We’re talking to both of this Twitter platform regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

Can I use an NCS track on Facebook?

Yes, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim from Facebook. We’re talking to this platform regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

Can I use an NCS track on Instagram?

Yes, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim from Instagram. We’re talking to this platforms regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

I received a copyright claim from NCS when using your music!

If you believe you have received a claim from NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) and shouldn’t have, this may be a fraudulent claim. Please let us know of these here on our Fraudulent Claims Form and we will investigate.

Will I get a copyright claim or strike if I use an NCS track in my YouTube video?

No, you will get a copyright claim or strike if you use an NCS track in your YouTube Video.

If you’re an Independent Creator, Gamer, or Vlogger and follow our usage policy, then all NCS tracks are free to use across YouTube & Twitch.

Can I monetize my video if I’ve used NCS music?

Yes, of course you can monetize your video with NCS Music – but make sure you follow the guidelines in the NoCopyrightSounds usage policy.

Can I use NCS music in my videos on YouTube or Twitch?

Yes – You can use the music for NoCopyRightSounds in your video’s and your Twitch Video Stream, all we ask is that you credit the Artist and song(s) used in the description of your video/livestream.

NCS music is free to use for independent creators and their UGC (User Generated Content)

CopyrightSounds guidelines when using their music.

Is NCS music copyright free for twitch?

NoCopyrightSounds is the copyright free version of NCS music. This company provides millions of tracks for creators to use in their YouTube and Twitch videos without permission. If you are a creator on both YouTube and Twitch, No Copyright Sounds might be the best place for you.

Is NCS music copyrighted?

While NoCopyrightSongs (NCS) songs are available for free on YouTube and Twitch, NCS does not allow those same songs to be used for other commercial purposes. For example, ads or soundtracks will require a licensing fee.

Are all NCS songs no copyright?

Yes, all NCS music is copyright free to use on Twitch

Can I monetize NCS music?

Yes, you can use NCS music on Twitch. Make sure to follow the NoCopyrightSounds guidelines when using their music.

When you are making a video presentation, you can easily use NCS (NoCopyrightSounds) music  as part of your education. In that case you don’t need an NCS License. This will be considered as falling under our usage policy.  Because it’s for educational purposes, you count as an independent creator, and there is no commercial gain from this usage.

Yes, it is possible to play an NCS (NoCopyrightSounds) song on a livestream. It depends if this is a livestream of yourself as an independent creator. In that case NCS releases can be used as background music in line with their usage policy. You have to consider if this livestream has the sole purpose of playing music and/or if you have used the NCS name in the title or logo on the video your stream. The latter is a breach of the trademark and you will be asked to re-title or remove your stream. The trademarks are: NCS, NoCopyrightSounds & No Copyright Sounds.

No, you can’t license or commercially release at music track/remix/cover of an NCS  (NoCopyrightSounds) without a license

Just like any record label, NCS owns the copyright to our releases, and specific permission is required.

You are not permitted to distribute our music to any stores like Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, etc.

  • Regardless of whether your game is free to download, use of our releases in video games is considered to be a commercial use. A Commercial License Agreement will need to be signed between NCS and Game Developer / Publisher.
  • To request a Commercial License, please apply here: NCS Commercial License Form

NCS primarily supports Independent Creators, whether Vlogger, Gamer, Make-Up Artist or any other creative content. Channels primarily re-uploading our original video or creating 1/10 Hour versions are likely to receive a copyright claim and/or de-monetization in the near future.

  • If you have used the NCS name in the title or logo on the video, this is a breach of our trademark and you will be asked to re-title or remove your stream.
    • Our trademarks are: NCS, NoCopyrightSounds & No Copyright Sounds.
  • You may not post NCS tracks on your channel before they have been officially posted by NCS on YouTube.

Yes, you can use NCS (NoCopyRightSounds) tracks used in commercial content (content that solely promotes or advertises a Product or Service) requires a Commercial License Agreement to be signed and a License fee to be paid before an NCS track can be used in this way. Without a fully signed commercial license agreement, your content is at risk of receiving a Copyright Strike.

Yes, you can use music tracks from NoCopyRightSounds (NCS) of your Twitter, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim at this point. We’re talking to both of this Twitter platform regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

Yes, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim from Facebook. We’re talking to this platform regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

Yes, but we can’t guarantee you won’t receive a copyright claim from Instagram. We’re talking to this platforms regarding their Content ID systems for music, and how we can replicate our YouTube model on each service.

If you believe you have received a claim from NoCopyrightSounds (NCS) and shouldn’t have, this may be a fraudulent claim. Please let us know of these here on our Fraudulent Claims Form and we will investigate.

No, you will get a copyright claim or strike if you use an NCS track in your YouTube Video.

If you’re an Independent Creator, Gamer, or Vlogger and follow our usage policy, then all NCS tracks are free to use across YouTube & Twitch.

Yes, of course you can monetize your video with NCS Music – but make sure you follow the guidelines in the NoCopyrightSounds usage policy.

Yes – You can use the music for NoCopyRightSounds in your video’s and your Twitch Video Stream, all we ask is that you credit the Artist and song(s) used in the description of your video/livestream.

NCS music is free to use for independent creators and their UGC (User Generated Content)

CopyrightSounds guidelines when using their music.

Is NCS music copyright free for twitch?

NoCopyrightSounds is the copyright free version of NCS music. This company provides millions of tracks for creators to use in their YouTube and Twitch videos without permission. If you are a creator on both YouTube and Twitch, No Copyright Sounds might be the best place for you.

Is NCS music copyrighted?

While NoCopyrightSongs (NCS) songs are available for free on YouTube and Twitch, NCS does not allow those same songs to be used for other commercial purposes. For example, ads or soundtracks will require a licensing fee.

Are all NCS songs no copyright?

Yes, all NCS music is copyright free to use on Twitch

Can I monetize NCS music?

Yes, you can use NCS music on Twitch. Make sure to follow the NoCopyrightSounds guidelines when using their music.

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