Discussion in 'YouTube' started by littlerubby, Oct 20, 2015.
Guys, is there a good source /web/ for royalty free music to use for monetization of video? Thanks
I found couple of websites but not sure if I should post the links here.
Try searching on Google with "Royalty Free Music" and you'll find something that works for you. BTW, iTunes has a publisher/artist with name "Royalty Free Music" if you want to spend some money.
YouTube provides royalty free music, The ones without the "label icon" in front of them are royalty free.
I use them and have no problems monetizing my vids.
Check this site out:
Lots of great quality background tracks - All for free!
Also check out:
P.S. I have a little secret weapon for that site too
can i have access to that secret weapon ??
Humm.. I will think about it for sure I have not let it out public yet because of how powerful it is.
I use YouTube itself to find musics I can freely use on my videos. I even use them for motivation when I am working online. You can find them at https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
Make sure you don't download music that requires link back because you can't forget and it's like the music is no more free when you don't respect your part of the contract.
I have used this site on lots of videos, you don't need attribution but i did as it seemed fair for the composer.
Opps forgot to add
I found this the other day while looking for something else, so i haven't tried it - worth a look though ( Not affiliate link )
Juke-Bot is a revolutionary software that allows you to automatically generates high quality music synchronized to any kind of creative content. Juke-bot uses state-of-the-art analysis to detect what kind of music fits the most to your project.
Here is one more. http://freemusicarchive.org I used few songs from there.
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