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Best Websites For Finding Royalty-Free Music To Use In Your Videos

Matthew Averkamp

These tools can help you...

  • Find professional stock audio/music/songs to use in your videos and other online presentations.
  • Search for audio by category. Examples include cinematic, inspirational, orchestral, corporate, electronic, ambient, and more.
  • Download audio files in high-quality WAV format (typically 320kbps, 44.1 kHz, 16-bit stereo).
  • Note: Royalty-free music is not usually free. If you’re looking for completely free music (Creative Commons licensing) try ccMixter or the Free Music Archive.

Audiojungle pricing varies depending on the artist. A typical audio track will cost somewhere between $10–20.

You can find both audio tracks and sound effects (SFX) on Audiojungle.

Some audio tracks are made for looping, which means a 2-minute track could be repeated for 10 minutes without any noticeable gaps.

Music Vine pricing varies depending on the artist. A typical audio track will cost somewhere between $10–45 depending on the license.

Music Vine does not offer any sound effects (SFX).

Tunefruit audio tracks cost $46/track.

Tunefruit does not offer any sound effects (SFX).

ccMixter offers a collection of Creative Commons audio tracks that are free to use (with attribution).

Be sure to read the licensing for each track so that you fully understand the legal terms before downloading.

ccMixter does not offer any sound effects (SFX).

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