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Old 06-11-2016, 12:56 PM   #1
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Whats is your best place to go when choosing free music for your projects?

Hello, guys, the title says it pretty much all ... When are you choosing sound and music for your project which site or music library is the best for your film and video? I am doing report from the event and I would like to choose from some royalty free music. If not free I don't mind getting to know even the paid one music libraries.

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creative commons, make sure it says you can use it free and mix it.
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there's a pretty big creative commons library on Youtube, but everyone uses it...
Check out incompetech.com as well.
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Old 06-08-2018, 01:15 PM   #5
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We use Kevin MacLeod's music service. Everything is absolutely free...as in you pay zero for the music...all that you have to do is give him screen credit (and make a donation if you wish).
His website is incompetech

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Old 09-30-2018, 10:35 AM   #6
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Idea YourMusicAssistant.com

I've just started this service to find stock music for video creators. Meaning you get cheap stock music without the headache of having to search for it. Send me a message for a promotional code

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Just did a workshop with Jan Harlan and this is the place you should look.....
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I'll echo what a few others said, Kevin Macleod's Incompetech has been my go to resource for this for almost 10 years now.
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There are tons of places to go, a lot of less well known composers make at least part of their library available for (free) licensing.

If you're into horror, click to find my Horror music
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music, music library, royalty free

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