No. In order to play copyrighted music for commercial use, you need to pay copyright fees separately to music rights organizations.
Articles in this section
- Can I use music as background music for videos on YouTube?
- Is it okay to put the music in videos or play them on the radio?
- Can I use music from YouTube at a store?
- Where BGMC Station is available?
- Can I stream Background music at a retail store?
- Can I use a music distribution service such as Spotify at a store?
- Is it possible to use music purchased and downloaded on iTunes at stores?
- Is it possible to play copyrighted music for commercial use?
- Can I use the music as background music for Podcasts?
- Can I use music that is generally sold at BGMC Station?