Royalty-free music for videos

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    • #55292
      Avatardimmypiano
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      Hello everyone, I am new here at the Videomaker forums. I am a NYC based composer for film, TV and media. If you are looking for high quality royalty free music, please check out my profile at http://www.audiojungle.net/user/dimmypiano

       

       

    • #206441
      Avatarara
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      For non commercial use try

       

      http://www.jamendo.com

       

      If commercial you would need to give a donation. You can surf it by genre, intruments and so forth. It takes time to find something only because of one's taste and needs, but it is there.
      I am not a commercial entity, so that is all I use for my short pathetic [!] videos.

      Hope this helps.

      Ara and Spirit

    • #206449
      Avatardimmypiano
      Participant

      I posted a non-working link. Sorry about that. Please check out http://audiojungle.net/user/dimmypiano

    • #206455
      AvatarShawn
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      I have 100 FREE Royalty-Free tracks at http://www.soundtraxxmusic.com and am also a resource for custom music scoring. Thank You…Shawn Lee Farrell

       

       

    • #207081

      You can never have enough of good music for your video. I am glad you shared this site withn us. πŸ™‚ thanks!

    • #206450
      Avatarara
      Participant

      [quote=dimmypiano]

      I posted a non-working link. Sorry about that. Please check out http://audiojungle.net/user/dimmypiano

      [/quote]

       

      I don't understand why you write Royalty Free when they are actually $14? [each]. Am I missing something or is this just SPAM? Thanks…

       

    • #206451
      Avatardimmypiano
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      It doesn't mean they are free. It means they are royalty-free, therefore people pay to use it in their own projects but actually never buy them out completely. Same audio file could be used by intefinite number of people as long as they one-time pay for the right to use it. So that is why that kind of music is so cheap and still great quality. In other cases, composers hired to do original music for a specific short video usually ask for hundreds of dollars per project. 

    • #206457
      AvatarAviv Vana
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      Royalties are when you pay the creator a percentage EVERY time the video with his music is used or sold.

       

      For example, a composer may get royalties EVERY time a DVD is sold with a song of his that is used in the soundtrack of that movie.

       

      Roaylty-free means you purchase the song from the creator, you pay ONCE (but you don't own it), and that is it – you do not have to pay the owner of the song any more money after that point every time you show the movie or sell a copy etc etc.

       

      I hope that makes sense.

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