Feel free to contact us at email@example.com
You can cancel your account at any time! Requests to cancel within the first 30 days of the initial subscription period may be entitled to a refund if you have not used any of our content.
You can license our content for commercial purposes, but a cue sheet is required if the project is broadcast on network/cable television. When using a C&C song for TV, cue sheets help the performing rights organizations know whom to pay for the use of that song. Broadcast and cue sheets do not add any cost to you or your client but are required to be submitted within 30 days of air date for every project that airs on network/cable television. Sound effects and videos do not require cue sheet submission for broadcast use.
Not at the moment but we have several partner programs. If you are interested in partnering please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! you are entitled to use our content on multiple podcasts.
No you cannot. All of the content on our site is copyrighted material, so altering the integrity of the song (including adding vocals or additional instruments) is strictly prohibited. However, you may shorten, loop, or fade into another track to fit your project.
When you add your YouTube channel to your C&C account allows us to automatically clear any copyright claims that appear through YouTube videos. When you upload a video you may initially see a claim on YouTube , but as long as you have listed your YouTube channel in your account, the claim will automatically clear, usually within a few minutes. If not, please reach out to email@example.com and let us know how we can help.
Copyright owners can use a system called Content ID to easily identify and manage their content on YouTube. Videos uploaded to YouTube are scanned against a database of files that have been submitted to YouTube by content owners.
Copyright owners get to decide what happens when content in a video on YouTube matches a work they own. When a match is found, the video gets a Content ID claim. Copyright owners can then choose to monetize the video by running ads.
When you upload a video to YouTube, YouTube will automatically scan the video for any copyrighted material and put a claim on any copyrighted content it identifies, whether or not the uploader has a license for that content. This claim simply recognizes the presence of copyrighted music and does not mean that your video cannot be published or that there is anything wrong.
When you license music through C&C, you have all of the licensing rights needed to upload content to a YouTube channel. Any claims received on a channel that has been listed with C&C will automatically be cleared, usually within a few minutes. If the YouTube channel is not listed with your account or you are creating videos for a client, you should generate a single use code and include that code in the video’s description upon upload. These codes will also cause any claims to clear automatically.
If a claim is received that does not clear automatically, C&C subscribers can submit the YouTube video URL in the Content ID section of the Account Menu to clear any active claims. Videos must be uploaded during the dates of an active subscription, but may be submitted at any time.
As with any system, YouTube’s Content ID is a growing and changing product, and errors do sometimes happen. If you receive a content claim in error that does not release automatically, you can dispute the claim directly with YouTube. Filing a dispute claim will notify C&C about the claim and allow us to evaluate the dispute. After your claim is resolved, any monetization that occurred on your video during the dispute process will be returned to you. Additional questions or concerns? Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your registered YouTube channel will be cleared of content claims automatically while you are a member. If you end your subscription, any content that has already been cleared while you were an active member will remain free of content claims. However, if you upload new videos to your YouTube channel using C&C music after your subscription has ceased, those videos will be subject to content claims per our Terms of Service.
Single use codes used to clear individual videos for channels not listed with C&C cannot be generated after a subscription expires. If you are producing YouTube content that will be uploaded after your subscription period ends, please generate a single use code for any songs used in a project prior to the end of your subscription period.
When you list your YouTube channel on your C&C account, you are simply providing your channel name and link, allowing us to clear that channel ID. C&C does not gain access to any private channel data, or access to your audience.