My music found on Bandcamp, YouTube or any other platform is made available under the Creative Commons (CC BY 4.0) License. This only encompasses my original music, not covers.

You can use it in your videos commercially. You can cut it up, remix, and transform it as long as you follow the guidelines and give appropriate credit. Here’s an example of how that might look.

Track Title by Vindsvept – released under CC-BY 4.0.

Link to the full license

What all of that means in essence is that the music is absolutely free to use, even for commercial use. This encompasses all platforms, even streaming platforms.

For YouTube creators specifically, credits must be given in the description, not in the video as the Smart Content ID system I’m using cannot read anything other than plain text. If there is no credit given it’s likely that you will receive a copyright claim. If you do, you can read more about that here.

For video game developers, please look through this page, as there are some special considerations to avoid third parties getting flagged. This is essentially a whitelist system, and for everything to run smoothly I need to be aware of your product so that I can whitelist it.