Frederic Bernard – Music Composer and Orchestrator

Music Licensing

Licensing music for TV, Films, Youtube, Podcast etc:

Frederic’s music is getting licensed daily for projects of any kinds – and that all around the globe. If you should be interested in using any of his royalty free music for your project, like for example a film-, television-, video game-, or webstreaming-project, you can buy a valid license by either contacting him directly*, or by purchasing a license at the following vendors:

*Out of the above vendors Pond5 would be most advised by Frederic, as the pricing/licensing structure is very fair, and the licenses are all limitless! Also, if you visit Pond5 via clicking the above banner, you support Frederic, as of their referral program! Please also still consider that there are high provision rates on music library sales, means if you would like to support Frederic even more, consider to license the tracks not by a third party, but by him directly, also because he gives around 30 % discount on Pond5/Audiosparx prices (depending on intended use and budget). Also, if you would like to buy several tracks, there is an option of purchasing at reasonable prices. Of course, you will also get a music license agreement as a PDF file.

**all of the above music is completely royalty-free, which means it’s not registered at a P.R.O. (Performance Royalty Organisation) like ASCAP or BMI. This means you wont have to pay any further fees for usage in television or radio broadcast.

As for licensing any of his major trailer music/live orchestra works, please contact either himself or his respective sub-publisher “Music Junkies”.

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