Use Our Music

In Your Content

For on YouTube and Twitch.

What We Offer

In early as in 2013 Frequency began curating a YouTube channel dedicated to sharing music for free. Frequency has since then evolved beyond a YouTube channel and became a leading record label and platform in the promotion of new, musical talent.

For the content creator

Monetize your content on YouTube and Twitch with commercial music by real artists.

Easy to download

Our music is easy to browse, filter and downloadable for free.

High standards

We believe in quality over quantity. All of our music is released through our own label.

MUSIC LIBRARY

Explore our latest releases and filter up to more than 500 tracks you can use in your content.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I use music from Frequency Music on YouTube?
Most of the times, yes. Please make sure your content is User Generated Content (UGC) and check the description of the track first; this will tell you if you’re allowed to use the track on YouTube. If it doesn’t say it’s allowed, please send us a request via: YouTube Whitelist Form.

Also, when using music from Frequency on YouTube, please make sure to properly credit the artist. This is done by adding the track name and track link of the song(s) you’re using in your video description.

Find here the Frequency playlist for music you can use on YouTube: https://frequency.lnk.to/royaltyfreeYT
Can I use music from in my content when the track description doesn't say it can be used on YouTube?
Not instandly, when the description doesn’t say the track can be used on YouTube, you’ll run the risk of receiving a YouTube Content ID claim. If you’d like to use music from Frequency without receiving a Content ID claim, please send us a request via: YouTube Whitelist Form. We’ll follow up with a response once your request has been reviewed and approved.
What to do when I've received an invalid/incorrect copyright claim when using music from Frequency Music?
If you believe you’ve received an incorrect copyright claim when using music from Frequency, please fill in this form: Invalid/Incorrect Copyright Claim Form. We’ll review the details and try to resolve the claim as soon as possible.
Can I use music from Frequency Music on Twitch?
Yes, you can play ALL songs from Frequency’s catalogue during your livestream.

Please make sure to add a panel “Music provided by Frequency” (download a template Frequency panel here) AND “Link to the playlist” in your description OR share which song you’re playing during the livestream.

Find here the Frequency playlist for music you can use on Twitch: https://frequency.lnk.to/royaltyfreemusic
What does whitelisting on YouTube mean?
Whitelisting on YouTube means that your video(s) will not be claimed by YouTube Content ID. You can request a whitelist for music from Frequency at our YouTube Whitelist Form.
How to properly credit music from Frequency Music on YouTube?
Please copy and paste the track name and track link of the song(s) you’re using in your video description. See an example below:

Track: Arc North – Meant To Be (feat. Krista Marina)
Link:
https://youtu.be/kSmMOsJmkfs
Can I upload music from Frequency Music on my YouTube music channel for promotional purposes?
Yes, only you run the risk of receiving a monetizable claim on YouTube. To request a promotional YouTube upload, please fill in this form and we’ll review your request: YouTube Whitelist Form.
Can I distribute or commercially re-release music or a remix of a Frequency song without requesting a license?
No, it’s not allowed to re-release any music from Frequency. If you’ve made a remix/remake, please get in touch with us.
Can I use music from Frequency Music on Facebook, Instagram or TikTok?
No, but you can use and find our music in the Music Libiray of the social media platforms.
Why did Frequency Music move the policy to copyrighted for some release on YouTube?
We noticed a lot of content creators weren’t following our guidelines of using music in their content. Which meant we had to move our policy on some releases to YouTube Content ID claiming. If you followed the guidelines by crediting the artist in the description then you won’t run the risk of receiving a claim.

You can request a whitelist at our YouTube Whitelist Form.