There are several options for finding music for your video:
Use a music library or stock music service: Many websites offer a wide selection of royalty-free music that you can use in your video. Epidemic Sound, Artlist, and Pond5 are a few examples. These services frequently charge a subscription fee, but they provide a convenient way to access a large music library. Unfortunately, the number of tracks is so overloaded that it is often difficult to find music quickly.
Use a music search engine: You can use a music search engine to find music by genre, mood, or instrument. These engines frequently include filters that allow you to specify the type of license you require (e.g. royalty-free, Creative Commons). Soundstripe and Musicbed are two examples.
Use a music attribution tool: If you want to use music that isn’t commercially licensed, you can try using a music attribution tool. These tools allow you to search for music that is Creative Commons licensed, and they will provide you with the attribution information you need to use the music legally. CC Search and Freemusicarchive are two examples.
Make your own music: If you’re a musician, you could try making your own music for your video. This can be a fun and rewarding way to personalize your video.
It’s important to note that you should always respect the intellectual property rights of others and make sure you have the proper permission to use any music in your video. Failure to do so may result in legal ramifications.
To make sure you get everything right, feel free to use our music. We provide a simple search and a well-curated selection of videos of all genres. Listen to our music now. Click here or the button below to go to the Music Library.