Despite its name, royalty-free music isn't actually royalty-free! Although producers don't have to pay any royalties, the composer still gets his fair share. Performance rights organisations, such as the PRS, monitor and collect money for music that is broadcast or performed publicly. The composer then collects royalties from the fees charged by the PRS to the broadcaster.
Although royalty-free music is an affordable and convenient option for producers, it is often regarded as generic and associated with copycat or bland interpretations of work composed by established artists. Check out the tracks above to see how Audio Network's library of high-quality, original tracks could help make your production shine.