Royalty free or author’s rights-free music is that which is commercially offered without intervention from the intellectual property and author’s rights management societies and entities (i.e. SGAE, BMI, ASCAP…) by express consent of its authors, producers and performers who have an accepted free disposition over their works and contributions. This is music composed and produced especially for professional use, which grants certain rights of usage for various modalities of said musical pieces. Freeaudiolibrary is the holder of the usage rights to all the musical works marketed and sold on this website.
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Demos and purchase methods
Freeaudiolibrary audio files are in mp3 format at 320 kbps, 16-bit resolution and stereo 44KHz.
An mp3 file is a playable digital audio format that uses a compression algorythm to achieve a smaller file weight. An mp3 may be compressed to various degrees of quality and size according to the number of bits per second. The mp3 file is today’s standard format for streaming and downloading compressed audio with a relatively low loss of audio fidelity. This is possible thanks to the possibility of adjusting the compression parameters for quality and size, resulting in a good quality audio file that is between 12-15 times smaller than the original uncompressed file.
At freeaudiolibrary.com we use this format with minimum compression and maximum professional quality. This way, we ensure that the files retain the highest and most desirable quality possible, while keeping the file weight low to enable the downloading process to be as speedy as possible. In the event you need any other format - for instance a .wav file at 48 kHz - we’re flexible! Just contact us and we will do our best to send you a file to match or emulate your specifications as close as possible.
Use of music
Payments, promotions and invoicing
You can download the invoice of your order in My account, accessing the Order History, from the section My data.
You can also access your invoice from the download link that we send to your email when you make the purchase of your music.