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    Default 45,000 tracks of Royalty Free on Vimeo Music Store

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    Vimeo venture into the world of music - with alot of Free stuff too with creative commons attribution license. Worth a look for all videographers I feel.

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    This seems quite good. I'm not sure if $98 is fair if you want to put your movie in festivals as that's not really what I would call commercial but the normal non commercial use at $1.99 seems good. I don't know if I just have more awareness now but there seems to be a lot more royalty free music around now compared to a few of years ago.

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    When you consider that Eminem just made his new album available for download at $5, these guys are laughing all the way to the bank.

    Give it 12 months and this stuff will be 5c a go

    $98 for a festy = taking the p**s!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    When you consider that Eminem just made his new album available for download at $5, these guys are laughing all the way to the bank.
    I don't think that gives you the right to sync it to your video!
    Quote Originally Posted by Stripe View Post
    $98 for a festy = taking the p**s!
    Indeed. I certainly don't move in the world where the festivals I enter are considered commercial.
    Tim

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    No one has to pay a cent. There's a ton of CCA licensed stuff on there. As long as you credit the artist all is good.
    And Eminems stuff isn't even worth the drippings off my runny nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Lockwood View Post
    No one has to pay a cent. There's a ton of CCA licensed stuff on there. As long as you credit the artist all is good.
    I stand corrected - I thought the CCA stuff was for personal use only. My bad.
    Tim

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