Terms of Use

The music is controlled under a Creative Commons license (CC license), with some additional content not covered by the CC license. See below.

  1. Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0)
  2. To sale the original music is prohibited.

1 is a CC license. It can be used for commercial purposes, remixed, modified and shared. Display and Inheritance means that the original music is used as is, or the original credits are displayed even when modified or redistributed. As for the alteration, I think it will be necessary to cut and paste depending on the video, so I allow it. I hope that the re-arrangement will not break the image of the original music, and that no major changes will be made. Also, please refrain from advertising revenue by introducing the music itself (e.g., background music videos), which is contrary to the CC license, but will make it difficult for the site to survive. 2 adds parts that are not covered by the CC license.

As for the actual usage, I think it’s difficult to show the credits in the video when it’s a video work. For this reason, if you are using it on a video site such as Youtube, please add the following to the description of the video.

Title: Title of Music
Music: Shu Ishiguro/Studio SYMPHONIA

Please include a credit on your brochure, etc., unless you are using it in a video. If this is not possible, you can leave it blank. If you use music for long periods of time for commercial use (such as playing music in a store), play it on Youtube as much as possible instead of downloading the file. This is a highly liberal license, but please note that royalty-free does not mean that you give up your copyright (in the public domain). Please contact us if you have any questions.


How to find the music

You can search by general genre (category) and tune (tag). You can find the tune by the image of the music and the instruments used.

You can also specify multiple keywords in detail. In this case, please enter a keyword in the search box and separate it with a space or a comma. Look for keywords in the tune.