Background Music Resources??

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by FrenzyBanana, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. FrenzyBanana macrumors regular

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    where can i get/buy/download background music?
    i need instrumentals... acoustic and stuff.

    my project's theme is FAMILY DRAMA (Happy drama like reunion, surprise bday), COMEDY and ROMANCE.
     
  2. Urbanidad macrumors newbie

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    http://www.stockmusic.net is an option, but I would probably recommend to do an express production in GarageBand using a couple of loops. Using loops doesnt require you to have that much musical knowledge.
    Cheers.
     
  3. pinholestars macrumors member

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    I like jewelbeat.com. The other one I use is the free trial of videoblocks.com. They give you a free 7 day trial and you can download 20 or so videos/music a day. I've done that a couple times :) Just make sure you cancel if you don't want the subscription.
     
  4. rwbarna macrumors newbie

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    Another source.

    Freeplay music is another choice.
    They charge $0.99 for personal use music (except for use on Youtube, because they put their ads on your work).
    Their music covers the spectrum from classical to world to electronic.
     
  5. adamneer macrumors 6502

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    i use premiumbeat.com because they offer 3 formats for each song (full length, :15 :30 and :60 bundle, and loops bundle) so if you find a song you like, you can get whatever format will work with your length. plus, i find their license prices to be very reasonable compared to other sites. i believe every song is $40 for an individual format, or $70 for the combination of all 3 formats. many other sites price each song differently based on popularity (meaning the good songs are always more expensive) and I've seen licenses go for $70 all the way to $500 elsewhere.
     
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  7. Unami macrumors 6502a

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    there's a some professional classical music in the public domain (e.g. the musopen.org kickstarter project: https://archive.org/details/MusopenKickstarterRecordings , which includes mozart, bach, beethoven & many more, performed by the prague symphonic orchestra )

    also there's a lot of good music available via a "creative commons attribution" license (you can use it for free, even for commercial projects, as long as you give credit to the artist ), but it's a pita searching for it. for example, there's a lot on jamendo.com, but they also try to sell you "professional" licenses (even though you don't need it for the cc-by stuff on their site, and there's also a lot of music licensed under different terms (lice cc-sa). also there's a lot of bad stuff as well.

    remember to also contribute something to the cc/free - scene if you're using that stuff on a regular basis.
     
  8. Photoshopper macrumors regular

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  10. David N macrumors member

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    https://www.themusicbed.com has been great thus far. It's a little pricier than some other alternatives, but you get what you pay for :)
     

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