Frequently Asked Questions

No.

If you are planning to publish any video which requires music in the background, then it needs to be licensed. Without a music license, you will have to struggle with copyright strikes, lawsuits, ads showing up on your video without your consent, loss of revenue from your youtube video and e.t.c. None of these are helping your business image and certainly would be viewed as an amateur by the eyes of your audience.

As music being one of the most important aspects of a video, using any music without a license would be a very risky decision for the sake of your project in the future.

You can remove all the risks and worry by purchasing a music license at a price of dinner at a restaurant. Not to mention getting your background music licensed is a professional way to do legal business.

Epikton's music will also be beneficial for your project as they have intuitive editing points to guide your editing, and saving you time and energy.

Get a license of your favorite song from the music store with an instant download and give your project some steroids.


Would you like me to compose custom music for your project? Let me know what do you have in mind by sending me a contact form

Yes. If you plan on using the music you've purchased from iTunes in a video, you will be required to purchase a license.
You can purchase by selecting the specific music track by name and needed license option in the albums on the music store and purchase it with your credit card on the checkout page. Your download link will appear after purchase is completed. and you will get a receipt of your purchase to your e-mail address within 2 business days.
The download link will appear once the purchase is completed. If you have an account, after the login, you can also download your purchased music tracks, by clicking "My Account" at the top left-hand corner, then by clicking downloads.
Yes. Each license allows you to use the music track in one specific project. However, video series with a single theme count as one project.
Yes. You can safely use any licensed track to monetize your video.
If you've purchased a license, simply e-mail contact@epikton.net a copy of your receipt and the URL of the video and we will release the third party claim.
No, you do not own the music. You have a license to use the music for your project and purpose specified in the license agreement.
1411 kbps 44.1 kHz wave file. Note: Original files are free of "preview" watermark.
To your e-mail address, within 2 business days.
Yes, absolutely. When you add your financial account information to your Account, that information is directed to our third-party secure payment processor. We do not store your financial account information on our systems. For more information please read our privacy policy.
Most of them do. However, some tracks do not because of their structure.

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