FAQ & Support
How do I search for music ?
You can refine your search, categories, genres and attributes, using the search boxes within the Catalog itself. Or search via keywords.
How do I license and download a track ?
A: Single Tracks
Once you have found the tracks you want simply click License This Track and select the License Type best suitable for the intended use. Then register your details when prompted and complete your purchase.
Once payment is completed login to the Store, using your account details. Click to view the purchased license and download the master file. You will receive the track in high resolution WAV format.
TIP: You can collect your favorite tracks into a Projects Folder, and make a purchase at a later time. To create a project folder just click the ”SAVE” button.
B: Multiple Tracks | Blanket License ( One Full Production / Score )
You can also purchase a ”Music Pack Blanket License” for multiple tracks and build your own score. This license type allows you to select any multiple tracks at a volume discount. You can buy a blanket license on the upper right corner of the music store:
Or just click HERE
Do you provide alternate file formats ?
Sure, just drop us an email and we will send an alternative file version. Free of charge.
Do you provide STEMS for your tracks ?
YES we can provide you with stems for most of our music tracks, for an extra cost.
Just contact us !
Are the tracks Royalty Free ? and what does that mean ?
All the music and sound listed in this library is 100% royalty free, which means that you do not need to pay any additional royalties.
Do I need to submit a cue sheet ?
If your production is a cinema release or broadcasted you may need to fill out a cue sheet with the network. This is just industry standard. If in doubt, you can always contact us and we will help you.
How many times can I use a track ?
You can use the track as many times in the intended project/production as you like as long as it meets the license agreement.
Customization to a music track ?
If you need any changes to a music track that you have purchased (i.e. in length or mix etc.) we can do so. Just contact us !
In order to License and Download music or sound you need to Login. If this is your first time here you can register upon your first selection of any audio track. Or you can register HERE
Registration is fast, easy and free. Once registered you can login at any time !
Why register ?
Registration is quite necessary as the details you provide will be used on your Licensing Contract, which will be delivered to you automatically together with your music master files. The information you provide is rather basic and will never be used for any other purpose. Registration also gives you benefits such as Free Demos and Online Support as well as the ability to keep track of your songs and licenses.
Royalty Free Music Explained
The term royalty free means free of mechanical royalties. These are royalties that you would pay if you used commercially-released or library music in your production every time you made a copy of the music. That is to say every time a piece of music plays in your production you are making a copy, so you pay a fee. The fee amount depends on; how long the music is featured each time it plays, how and where the production will be used and how many times the production will be duplicated.
A lot of ´royalty free´ music websites use the term quite loosely and the fee you pay for a licence will vary considerably depending on how many copies are to be made or how and where the production will be broadcast or distributed. With Soundtrack Lab you pay a flat fee which grants you unlimited copies, any kind of broadcast world wide.
However, the License Fee covers ONE project only ( Film, TV production, Audio book etc ). Should you wish to use the same music track in another production you will need to purchase another license. Or you can purchase a one fee Buy Out License that grants you the right to use the music in unlimited productions for unlimited time.
The term ‘royalty free’ does not mean free of performance royalties. These are royalties that are generated when music is performed publicly (eg broadcast on television or radio or played in a cinema or theatre etc). These royalties are funded from the broadcaster’s licence fee ( not You ) that is paid to the relevant performing rights organisation ( PRO ). The performing rights organisation will then distribute these royalties to the composer or copyright owner.
If your production is to be performed publicly, please fill in performing rights organization ”cue sheets”. These inform the broadcaster of the music title, composer name, copyright owner and duration of the music used in your production. This information is passed on to the relevant performing rights organisation who then pay the copyright owner the royalties they are due. This is standard industry praxis and costs you nothing – but ensures the performance royalties generated go to the composer.
If you are considering original custom made music for your production you can leave us a note HERE and we will get back to you within short.
Should you have any questions at all or if you need any help please feel free to contact us via the contact form below.