I did a advertising movie for a ranch in NC, I used the song from Christoffer Cross/Ride In The Wind for the introduction and for the end, inbetwen I have a narration. After I finished the movie I did cut some parts off that the movie is not longer then 10minutes, I grabbed it in size well it's easier to download on YouTube.
As soon as it finish down loading on YouTube, Youtube send me rightaway an email and they told me, I didn't have the copyright of the song. Well they took of all the soundtrack.
Now my question, Is somebody here who knows where I can get the copyright for a song?
Without sound it's way too boring,
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Make your own song?
Use opensource/free (unlicense-able) / public domain music?
If you really want to use CC/RTLW, you'll have to contact probably HarryFox Agency and get a license for syncing it with some video. Rates will vary widely depending upon the audience, usage, your standing, the possibility of monetary compensation/profit, how popular the song still is, etc. But ALL are likely to be expensive.
I'm a little confused, you ought to already know this if you used it in an AD...