Before contacting us, please check out these
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I use your music or cover your songs in my YouTube video?
Probably! We're fine with you using our music in the background of your non-commercial YouTube videos or creating your own versions of our songs. You might get a content claim from our YouTube network, but that's usually automated and won't harm your YouTube account, though it may put ads on the video from our network. And be sure to tweet your creations at us!
If you're just uploading a ripped copy of our song or video, it might get taken down.
If you're looking to license our music for commercial or broadcast purposes, please contact us directly.
Who wrote the music in your videos?
We did. We craft songs from the fabric of the universe using our brains. Which is to say that although we might remix and songify dialogue from existing sources, we write all the music, except in rare collaborative cases specified in the video description.
What software do you use to make your songs/videos?
It can depend on the project but we usually compose music in Logic Pro and then edit video using Adobe Premiere and After Effects.
Will you Songify me/my friend/my favorite YouTuber/a video I found?
We don't take on custom videos for individuals. But we do collaborate with other YouTubers and we're always on the lookout for viral videos. But your best shot is to tweet suggestions at us or pile on YouTube comments who we should work with next.
Where can I get your songs?
Our public releases are everywhere digital music is sold or streamed! See the links on this website's home page. We also have some physical recordings you can buy at our Shop.
Some specific songs or special releases are only available for download for our supporters on Patreon.
How can I sponsor a video or do brand stuff with you, a so-called influencer?
You can email our brand sponsorship wranglers at firstname.lastname@example.org
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