“How can you get a blanket license to DJ on a YouTube live stream is your question? OK well, you’ve come to the right place.
Since there’s no way for a single DJ to acquire his own licensing to broadcast whatever he or she may like! It’s a war zone out here trying to figure out the best way to be public with no strikes or removals. Now don’t get me wrong there are different platforms and ways for you to legally broadcast, it’s just that each one has there own limitations as it is hard to distribute work completely to the viewer without an agreement from the artist and publishing companies.
In my constant research for information to help rectify this major problem, I decided to give a another wack and came up with a few alternatives which might turn some heads in a min. KEEP READING.
So getting a license to play your music might not be as hard as you think. I think that’s a better route to go rather than spend a bunch of money trying others methods. One way is you would have to buy the license from the label of any song you play or select in your mixes. Some record labels actually offer these licenses publicly and you can attach the license to your YouTube or Twitch account so you don’t get muted. The one company I found out about is Monstercat which I highly suggest. Just $7.49 / month prescription and you can download thousands of their tracks and get the license to stream your tracks.
But I’m sure there are more labels that do it in just not sure which other ones. If you really want to stream music I would suggest streaming on Twitch.TV. Their auto copyright isn’t as tuff as YouTubes’. Your videos might get spot muted, but you would have no issues if you’re live.
Just make sure to read the Terms Of Service and underlined details before you sign up for anything just to make sure it’s the right service for you. After that, It’s a Go.
I’ll come back and let you know some more of the twists and turns I made to make my streams (TAKE DOWN) Free. ” DJ Uncle UP and some inspiration was taken from Quora Matt Pruim, DJ (2009-present) May 12, 2020