No, it does not conflict at all. Actually, quite the opposite.
A deal with Audiam unlocks more of your Performing Rights Organization YouTube money. Here’s why:
YouTube needs TWO rights to your music:
Without these two rights grants, your composition cannot make money on YouTube. (With very rare exception, YouTube will not do a deal directly with you for these two rights.) Audiam needs the Performing Rights Organization and the Performing Rights Organization needs Audiam: each has a different piece of the puzzle.
Only once YouTube has both the right for Public Performance from your PRO and the right for synchronization from Audiam can you begin to make money from views of other peoples’ YouTube videos containing covers of your songs or recordings of your music. Then:
Best of all, now you have statements from both that can be used to audit to make sure each is paying you what you are supposed to get.