In this article, we've compiled sites where you can find royalty-free music that you can use in your videos. Alternatives always help to achieve beneficial results. Let's take a look at these.
Nearly 20,000 music makers offer their own productions on this site. AudioJungle offers thousands of royalty-free tracks that start from $1. The site also offers a range of music kits and sound effects.
“World’s Largest Collection of Royalty Free Stock Video and Creative Assets”. Pond5 identifies themselves in this way. They're not really unfair, actually. Their thematic grouping of songs is spot-on, covering everything from adventure, to orchestral, meditation and even war!
In this site tracks cost $49 for a standard non-commercial, web-based license or $199 for a premium license that covers revenue-generating content.
You have unlimited access to the library of more than 100,000 tracks. Pricing goes along the lines of monthly ($79), annual ($149) or bespoke enterprise subscriptions.
You can buy a license which starts from €24 a track or €129 for a standard annual subscription. With Bensound is that as long as you credit Bensound.com with any music used in online videos, websites or animations, then you’re able to use certain tracks for free under a Creative Commons License.
You might have to search a little deeper to find what you’re looking for but, as far as free resources go, YouTube’s offering is pretty hard to beat.
Pricing is a straight up $199 a year (which equates to $16.60/month) for an unlimited license, giving you access to Artlist’s complete catalogue, unlimited downloads, lifetime use for any project (including commercial) and all their songs are pre-checked for YouTube monetisation.