where I can get Royalty Free Music?

by najam
27 replies
Hi Guys

i searched on google as well and find plenty of websites and i was curious warrior's might know better than google


I will appreciate it
#free #music #royalty
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Wags RFM is a site of a fellow Warrior that specializes in royalty free music.

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author najam
      thank you but i was looking for some thing where i could play the music before i download or even buy it



      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Wags RFM is a site of a fellow Warrior that specializes in royalty free music.

      Mark
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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
        Originally Posted by najam View Post

        thank you but i was looking for some thing where i could play the music before i download or even buy it
        If you click on the Music menu at the top and then on the category you are looking for, you can listen to samples of everything that looks interesting.

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        • Profile picture of the author najam
          Mark thank you so much
          price is really great I appreciate it



          Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

          If you click on the Music menu at the top and then on the category you are looking for, you can listen to samples of everything that looks interesting.

          Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author David Hooper
    I like Audio Jungle. If you want production elements, like sounds, try Audio Blocks.
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    • Profile picture of the author cnicely
      I am certainly liking videoblocks as well. Have you checked that site out?
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      • Profile picture of the author najam
        i donot see any thing in video blocks which refer to small sound clip type of option



        Originally Posted by cnicely View Post

        I am certainly liking videoblocks as well. Have you checked that site out?
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    • Profile picture of the author najam
      Audio jungle is cool but the problem is their files are very expensive



      Originally Posted by David Hooper View Post

      I like Audio Jungle. If you want production elements, like sounds, try Audio Blocks.
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      • Profile picture of the author David Hooper
        Originally Posted by najam View Post

        Audio jungle is cool but the problem is their files are very expensive
        What's your budget?
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        • Profile picture of the author Dan C. Rinnert
          I think that songs not performed by Queen or Prince may be Royalty Free but I'm not a lawyer and I'd advise checking with one first.
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        • Profile picture of the author najam
          $2 to $5 for each background sound is it possible.?
          thanks

          Originally Posted by David Hooper View Post

          What's your budget?
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          • Profile picture of the author Nightengale
            NeoSounds.com and MusicBakery.com are both good.

            Hope that helps!

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    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Wherever you decide to go, here are some tips that can save you a lot of time and aggravation when looking for music.

      1) Know what you're looking for BEFORE you actually go to the site. Whatever it is you're using the music for, a video, podcast, sales page, whatever, picture in your mind what you'd like the music to sound like. This will eliminate a lot of the options at each site.

      For example, if you've made a sports video of basketball highlights, you can pretty much rule out soft acoustic music. You might want to go with a dance, electronic, or even hard rock track.

      2) Figure out how many minutes of music you'll need. Most sites don't have downloads of more than 2 or 3 minutes. Some sites specialize in intro tracks running from 30 to 60 seconds. If you need a lot of music, say 10 minutes or more, you may have a difficult time finding stock music that goes together well enough to fill up the time.

      3) Set a budget for yourself. Don't go over it if you can avoid it. As important as music CAN be for a presentation, it should never be the focal point. If it is, then there is a problem with the presentation itself. The music should just highlight the main focus, not be it.

      4) Don't be afraid to contact the site admin and ask questions. They may be able to direct you to what you're looking for quicker than you just aimlessly wandering about the site. Most RFM sites are massive and it's easy to get lost in them.

      5) Make sure you know how you're going to edit the music into the production. Most sites don't do this for you, especially if you're downloading stock music. Even with custom scores, few sites will do video editing if a video is involved. So you may need to find your own video production specialist.

      Hope this helps.
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      • Profile picture of the author najam
        steven thanks for taking the time your response was very comprehensive but i am still struggling to find the site which can provide the music files i can use in my power point animated videos






        Originally Posted by Steven Wagenheim View Post

        Wherever you decide to go, here are some tips that can save you a lot of time and aggravation when looking for music.

        1) Know what you're looking for BEFORE you actually go to the site. Whatever it is you're using the music for, a video, podcast, sales page, whatever, picture in your mind what you'd like the music to sound like. This will eliminate a lot of the options at each site.

        For example, if you've made a sports video of basketball highlights, you can pretty much rule out soft acoustic music. You might want to go with a dance, electronic, or even hard rock track.

        2) Figure out how many minutes of music you'll need. Most sites don't have downloads of more than 2 or 3 minutes. Some sites specialize in intro tracks running from 30 to 60 seconds. If you need a lot of music, say 10 minutes or more, you may have a difficult time finding stock music that goes together well enough to fill up the time.

        3) Set a budget for yourself. Don't go over it if you can avoid it. As important as music CAN be for a presentation, it should never be the focal point. If it is, then there is a problem with the presentation itself. The music should just highlight the main focus, not be it.

        4) Don't be afraid to contact the site admin and ask questions. They may be able to direct you to what you're looking for quicker than you just aimlessly wandering about the site. Most RFM sites are massive and it's easy to get lost in them.

        5) Make sure you know how you're going to edit the music into the production. Most sites don't do this for you, especially if you're downloading stock music. Even with custom scores, few sites will do video editing if a video is involved. So you may need to find your own video production specialist.

        Hope this helps.
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  • Youtube has got some free downloadable music from video editing creation tools
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    • Profile picture of the author najam
      this is probably good idea let me check this out right now
      thank you joseph


      Originally Posted by Joseph Villanueva View Post

      Youtube has got some free downloadable music from video editing creation tools
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      • Profile picture of the author najam
        joseph on youtube you can not import any audio music to your computer
        thanks any way i am still searching thanks for every one response


        Originally Posted by najam View Post

        this is probably good idea let me check this out right now
        thank you joseph
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        • Originally Posted by najam View Post

          joseph on youtube you can not import any audio music to your computer
          thanks any way i am still searching thanks for every one response
          Hey najam,

          Yes you can

          Just download it and it should be on an mp3 file.

          I use them all the time for my background music on my videos and tutorials. A lot of very popular high quality youtube channels use them as well.
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          • Profile picture of the author najam
            i went to upload section and find the music there in mp3 but i just can not download it


            Originally Posted by Joseph Villanueva View Post

            Hey najam,

            Yes you can

            Just download it and it should be on an mp3 file.

            I use them all the time for my background music on my videos and tutorials. A lot of very popular high quality youtube channels use them as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Riz
    As suggested you can use YouTube's free Audio Library. We use it all the time in our sales and tutorial videos.

    You get both music choices and sound clips.

    Here's the link:
    https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music
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  • Profile picture of the author nizamkhan
    One great resource I know is: Incompetech Royalty Free Music. If you are using the music, you can credit the track (creative commons) or license it by purchasing (no credits).
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  • Profile picture of the author ccardell
    You might also try MusicRevolution.com [url=http://www.musicrevolution.com Royalty-Free Music from MusicRevolution[/url].), an online marketplace for royalty-free music with nearly 33,000 tracks online. I am the co-founder.
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  • Profile picture of the author ccardell
    You might also try MusicRevolution.com (Royalty-Free Music from MusicRevolution), an online marketplace for royalty-free music with nearly 33,000 tracks online. I am the co-founder.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phil Wilkinson
    Have to say, I'm surprised to see that none of my fellow warriors in the thread are aware that this is available right here in the WF.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...ic-tracks.html
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  • Profile picture of the author peter020
    Or just get 100% free and royalty free music and loops at Free Royalty Free Music
    Even without attribution.
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