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because music is copy righted are you still aloud to put them in your movies? or do you make your own?
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All music is protected under international copyright laws, meaning you may not use them in your videos without obtaining permission first.

Pictures and videos are also protected by these laws, it is also important to realise that as soon as you create your own original work (be that a music score, lyrics, video, poem and many more) it is automatically protected by these laws meaning anyone who wants to use your work must contact you and arrange and agreement on its use.

Another option is to use royalty free music in which you pay a small fee for a licence that gives you unlimited use of the song. Type in “Royalty Free Music” into google.

You can compose it your self with various programs on the market.
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