ABOUT NASH MUSIC LIBRARY
NASH MUSIC LIBRARY is royalty-free music library for all kinds of commercial and non-commercial media productions.
Over 29,000 Original Music Tracks and SFX
Ever since Nash was established in 1983, we have been a total one-stop stock music provider, doing everything, including production, distribution and rights management, all at our own studio. As one of the largest original stock music providers in Japan, we currently provide all sorts of international media producers with soundtracks and over 29,000 tracks available.
We have a variety of production genres, including but not limited to news, documentary, commercial, drama, game, animation and weather forecast. These production categories are usually not found at general music stores. The wide range of sounds available at our music library is sorted as standard genres, such as pop, dance, classical, jazz, ambient, and so on. We sort all our tracks by category to facilitate the audio searches of media professionals.
All tracks found here at Nash Music Library are original compositions produced and mastered at our studio. We retain the copyrights and all other related rights for all the tracks we provide.
herefore, we can give direct permission for you to use our music, without involving any rights-management society or owners of tracks. This puts an end to costly and time-consuming music licensing.
Universal Use License
Our music is used in all types of media. Our license allows you to attach the music to physical products and devices. You can also put the music onto mobile content, such as smartphone applications.
You can use our soundtracks for all kinds of projects and purposes, freely and globally.
Simple One-Time Fee with No Additional Costs
Once you have purchased the (online-licensed) music from Nash Music Library, you can use it in all different media and platforms, such as DVDs, internet videos, events, and all kinds of commercial and advertising projects. You can also use the music as many times as you wish for an unlimited amount of projects, forever. There's no limit to the number of physical copies you make.