This is my second full length album. I'm proud of it.
I hope you'll like it ❤️
In 2019 YouTube asked me if I wanted to make an album for YouTube Music Library, and I said yes. This was the bait that I needed to propel things into motion, and set a proper deadline.
Why Not Pop?
- I don't really care about genres, and I started to give my songs names that were sort of a related genre, but clearly not that genre, and putting "this is not" in front of them. I think it sort of tells the story of how I feel a lot of the time. It's clearly not Jazz.. but I can definitely hear jazz influences.
Why is it free?
- Since it's a commission for YouTube Music Library, it will be released under their rules. It's an album that you can download, then use the music in your YouTube videos, for free. You may of course just download the album and listen to it! If you tag or link me when using the music for your videos, it'd make me happy.
Two different versions?
- The version in YouTube Audio Library is a version that I have mastered myself
- The version you're downloading here in my store, is a professional mastering. It just sounds better, and more consideration and expertise has gone into it.
Where can you use the music?
- In your headphones ;-) Great for listening…
- In any of your videos produced for YouTube.
- Independent films outside of YouTube: Yes, but ask me first.
- Commercial films, ads or idents: Only after we have come to an agreement between you, me and YouTube, on a per case basis. I think it would be cool.
- Use samples for your own music or remixes, for music store release: I'm generally cool with that, if proper credit is given. BUT there's a difference between ripping off a song completely – and having a few samples here and there. I think you know that too. Generally, if you plan to upload your music to Spotify, Apple Music etc. be careful with samples… Ask me if you're unsure.
- Use samples for your own music or remixes, for YouTube, Soundcloud, forums, fan-remixes etc. (and NOT streaming services like Spotify etc): YES.
What can't you do?
- Upload the tracks as-is to a streaming service under any artist name: Nope.
- Take the compositions and call them your own: Nope.
- Re-upload the album to any other service: Nope.
What I hope mostly is for people to just enjoy the music from track 1 - 10.