Read the beginning of the Bibles you want to quote from, they will usually tell you what is allowed. For example, my ESV says
Up to one thousand (1000) verses of the English Standard Version (ESV) Bible text may be quoted or reprinted without the express written permission of the publisher, provided that the verses quoted neither amount to a complete book of the Bible not [sic] account for more than 50% of the written text of the total work in which they are quoted. This allowance is reduced to 250 verses for audio use.
When the ESV text is quoted, the following copyright notice must appear as follows on the title or copyright page, or equivalent:
'Scripture quotations [marked (ESV)] are taken from the Holy Bible, English Standard Version, published by HarperCollinPublishers, (c) 2011 Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good New Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.'
When quotations from the ESV text are used in non-saleable media, such as church bulletins, orders of service, or similar media, a complete copyright notice is not required but the initials ESV must appear at the end of the quotation.
For use of the ESV text in any commentary or other Bible reference work published for commercial sale, written permission must be obtained from the publisher.
Most translations will have similar rules, but they may differ slightly. For example, the NIV I have says the limit is only 500 verses, but it applies to both text and audio.