Freeplay Music was founded by Scott Schreer - co-composer and producer of the "NFL On Fox" theme - in 2001.
All of the tracks in the Freeplay Music library are available to download for free in the following specific circumstances:
YouTube: All Freeplay Music tracks are available for free use on YouTube for PERSONAL USE. However, Freeplay Music and YouTube retain the right to insert ads in any manner on, before, or otherwise connected to your video when posted on YouTube or any other YouTube-based platform. Businesses need to purchase a YouTube Business Use license.
Education: All Freeplay Music tracks are available for free for use in the classroom & class projects.
National Television Broadcast: All Freeplay Music tracks are available for free for qualifying Network Broadcasters.
For general information on pricing, please visit the "Pricing" section of the website. If you have any questions about licensing, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-974-0548.
Our automated licensing system will walk you through the process and will work for 99% of licenses. If you need to obtain multiple licenses over months or years, consider getting a "blanket license" so that you can have access to the entire library. Please contact us for more information.
A cue sheet is a document prepared by a producer that reports all music used in a TV broadcast production. Cue sheets typically list (in the order in which they are broadcast) the individual songs that were used in a production, their composers, publishers, the amount of time each song was played, and the way they were used (as a background cue or an opening theme, for example). Once prepared, cue sheets are then submitted to Performing Rights Organizations (PROs) which pay royalties to the entitled composers and publishers listed on the cue sheet.
Freeplay Music thrives on submissions and we'd love to give you a chance to be a part of the FPM library! We value your creativity and we look for high quality and salability in our music. Please click here to submit music. We will get back to you if we think your music is a good fit for our current needs. If you have any questions about submitting music, please contact: email@example.com
Freeplay pays its composers a pre-negotiated percentage of applicable direct licensing income on a quarterly basis. All revenue generated by royalties are the responsibility of the composers' Performance Rights Organization.