What is production music?
Production music (or Library music) is high quality and cost-effective music specifically written for synchronisation or dubbing into audio and audio-visual productions. Clearing the music rights you need is a straight forward process. There are no copyright owner permissions to obtain, making it quick and simple to budget for and access music when you need it.
What rights do licences cover?
Licences cover the right to reproduce the musical work, sound recording and artist performance – all the rights normally required by a production company.
How do I get a licence?
On the track pages in our library there is a LICENCE NOW button. This triggers an email. Since licences are obtained in different ways in different countries, we will guide you through the process.
You should note that when planning the use of music in your production, it is important to remember that a valid licence must be obtained and the relevant royalty and other fees paid before the production is transmitted, broadcast, shown, exhibited, distributed, hired, exploited, or used in any way.
How do I submit music to Music For Sport?
If you are a prospective composer or producer, please email us a link to your music. Please do not send attachments. We do aim to listen carefully to all submissions but unfortunately we cannot guarantee a reply. Music For Sport only works with exclusive contracts on tracks. Please send links with an explanatory email to: email@example.com