1. What is Royalty-Free Stock Audio?
Royalty-Free Stock Audio means any sound (including music, sound effects, musical compositions, musical arrangements, jingles, track compilations, sound recordings, voice and voice recordings and sound / audio clips), original digital files offered for licensing by 123RF under a Royalty-Free License for unlimited use in an unspecified number of applications and productions, subject to 123RF’s Stock Audio End User License Agreement. As with any other Royalty-Free license, there is no need to pay any additional fees after the initial licensing fee has been paid for repeated use of the content.
2. How do I purchase audio content?
3. My file is completely downloaded however, I cannot open it, please help!
Audio content on 123RF.com can be purchased under a credit system. You will need to purchase credits first before being able to license and download the audio file. Each audio file has its own credit pricing, you require the correct number of credits before licensing and downloading any audio file.
Please view our credit packages here
4. I'm having problems while downloading an audio file, please help!
5. What are the technical specifications and formats of the audio files that I will get?
Please try clearing your brower's cache and redownload the file from your Download History. The file download may have been interrupted during the download process. If the file does not open again, please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or chat with us live here
Once you have licensed an audio file, you will be able to download it immediately. Our Audio files are delivered in these file formats: Waveform Audio File Format (WAV) at 16-bit 44.1kHz, or MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 Audio Layer III (MP3) at 320kbps 44.1kHz and Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) at 16-bit 44.1kHz.
6. Can I share my audio downloads with my friends and colleagues?
No you may not as the tracks are intellectual property and are protected by copyright. If they are interested in using the file, they should license the file separately, then they may use it legally.