A buyer asked me about the license for one of my songs. I don`t know the answer, so I would appreciate a little help. He wrote: “I suppose I’m confused because the podcast will be one project, but there will be anywhere from 24 – 47 episodes, running over a period of that many weeks, so I’m not sure if that counts as 1 project (1 series of podcasts) or multiple projects (1 license for each episode)”
What should I tell him? 1 license for all cause its one project or more??
Hey leto, good question! If I understand correctly, the podcaster would like to use one of your pieces of audio throughout the same podcast series, right? If so, this sounds like “single use, limited license” to me, which is the regular, cheaper license. See http://audiojungle.net/legal/licences for more information. So it looks like you and the podcaster are good to go! Congratulations on the project, always nice to hear how audio is being used!
Thanks a lot!
I’ve just signed up to AJ, and this is is exactly the topic that I wanted a little clarification on. Well done AJ for making the forum easy to search!
OK, so my question was basically the same as the client above… So I would be correct in thinking that if I used an AJ file in the title/credit sequence of a video, the regular license is enough?
But then here would be where it still gets murky.
What about multiple series with multiple episodes? And what if – although the series is one project – the title/credit sequence changes? Cause then, that would kind of be like refreshing the project?
Thanks for your help,