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warcroft
23. September 2020
Hi,

Id like to use a song in an audio drama I'm creating which will be made available to listen to for free on all major audio streaming platforms.
The series will also be released in its entirety, commercial free, to purchase wherever audio books are sold.
License purchase required?

The song I'm after is 'Just A Fool'.
The songs page says:
'Just A Fool (feat. Zara Taylor) + 1 Versions'
Is the +1 the instrumental version?
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
Yes, you need a license.
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
Two versions, two licenses:
filmmusic.io/song/5132-just-a-fool
warcroft
23. September 2020
Whats the +1 Versions?
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
Please formulate your question differently, unfortunately I do not understand the question.
warcroft
23. September 2020
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
I don't understand the question. It may also be that the question is so stupid that I do not feel like answering it.
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
Do i really have to post a wikipedia link here?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Instrumental
saschaende
STAFF
23. September 2020
warcroft
23. September 2020
Are you fucking serious?
I asked a simple question.
Yes, you have two versions of the song. The standard and the instrumental.
I asked if I needed one license or two.
You said "Two versions, two licenses."

The standard version says, as I pointed out '+1 Versions'. Implying that if you buy the standard version you also get PLUS ONE OTHER VERSION!
So what's the other version? If its not the instrumental, then what is it!?