This may hurt my chances..But as a music guy I should let you know that "Royalty Free" in music does not mean free. It means that one way or another to obtain it, it costs money. This also means.. it is un-copyrighted music and is perfectly legal to use any way the purchaser sees fit. In other words many people can own and use the material as long as It's paid for...Which is also the only way to obtain it. Much like the Moviestorm content packs with the exception of the music packs. And I am guessing that this is in turn a part of several different composers creating a collaborative effort. Which means: each composer must agree to the same terms before the music can be used in a commercial form or project. Then again what do I know I only have a full 10 song cd and over 30 or so published and copyrighted original songs under my belt. I'm sorry, not trying to sound cocky but I know the music thing WAY better than the movie thing. I hope that this helps to clarify any questions that anyone may have about this issue.
Oh really, what is your real name? I would like to hear more of your music and glad you changed it. The reason I made this rule is that I have a thing about creative endeavors being original because it is good for people to try something on their own and not just borrow ideas, art, music, etc for their own work. You find the best works when people create something on their own. And I do know the problems with using music for commercial films. I have three, one completed and two in production where I will be paying royalties to all the musicians and actors in the movies, as well as for any models I have used. Also, there are a lot of non-professional musicians out there who are fantastic. I know a lot of musicians and I regularly use (with permission) their music in my movies and when I get paid to do a movie, I pay them.