View Full Version : Good Royalty free music websites, anyone?


mrpeech
02-03-2010, 06:29 PM
Hi,

I'm looking for some good music websites to add some atmospheric sounds to my short that I'm shooting soon, I remember checking out a French one a while back but have lost the bookmark on another computer. Anyone any suggestions on good sites that could fit the bill?

kd

san-j
02-03-2010, 07:15 PM
Jamendo.com
Mobygratis.com

some others are listed on CreativeCommons.org, can't attest to their quality however.

Zensteve
02-03-2010, 08:18 PM
Take a look in the classifieds section of the forums here.

More musicians than you can shake a stick at. Just a day ago, one new one announced his daily release of 365 tracks.

You should have no trouble finding what you need. :cool:

Oh, SonnyBoo.com has some tracks, too, in his download section.

mrpeech
02-04-2010, 09:56 AM
thanks lads

LacoDotBiz
02-06-2010, 04:23 AM
Hi,

I'm looking for some good music websites to add some atmospheric sounds to my short that I'm shooting soon, I remember checking out a French one a while back but have lost the bookmark on another computer. Anyone any suggestions on good sites that could fit the bill?

kd

Hi,

I'm used to work on music backgrounds ... I prefer getting a film with the timecode and to work on it, to sending tracks just like this ... but in some cases the timing and a description of the mood/ambience you need can be enough ... check some samples on my www.laco.biz page

shiba inu
02-15-2010, 03:04 AM
I f you want some "off the shelf" music there's some good stuff here:
http://www.smartassmusic.com/library/royalty-free-music/seek/3-mood-search:34/mysterious:89/1?date=new
or
http://www.smartassmusic.com/library/royalty-free-music/seek/composer-search:48/jon-cooper:155/1?date=old
They also post a full length free track every day here:
http://www.smartassmusic.com/royalty-free-music/free-downloads.html
Good Luck.

themusicase.com
02-17-2010, 03:54 AM
Themusicase.com currently represents more than 20,000 production tracks all hand picked.

Visit library at http://www.themusicase.com

All downloads are available in WAV format and free previews can be downloaded before purchasing.

CinemaRind
02-18-2010, 12:12 AM
I recommend getting either software or analog synths and doing it yourself. It's alot safer than praying a "royalty free" website is legit and finding out otherwise 3 years down the road.

Mystonic
02-27-2010, 12:32 AM
please message me on a case by case basis. i deal with over a hundred musicians, some of which are already imdb listed, and many of whom would just like to get their music in a few indie films, and would do it for nothing in royalties. my only gain is helping an artist in the process. we have over a hundred submissions a month of everything from hip hop to atmospheric to acoustic folk, and i'm not about quantity, but rather quality. these are not generic royalty free bits of "music", but rather real music that someone would be willing to go royalty free on a one time only basis.

by messaging me, i can put you in touch with several options for the genre you are looking for. as i say there is nothing in it for me, and you will be dealing directly with willing musicians. and please no home movie projects, only stuff that you intend to put out and get some visibility for.


mystonicrecords@gmail.com

TravisGagne
02-27-2010, 01:05 AM
Personally, I enjoy www.sounddogs.com
Good, free, downloadable music from multiple companies and schools.