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Where to find royalty free music?

Asked by wesley837 (163 points ) April 28th, 2010

I need to make a quick commercial, im looking for the kind of music that would play in the background of an iphone or google commercial. (pleasant, no lyrics, royalty free). any suggestions on how to go about searching for this?

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MichaelKakhiani's avatar

Hello Wesley,

I’m a composer with many years of experience in this field.
You can check out my royalty free music compositions on: http://www.audiostock.net
You can find the genre/style you need (music for commercials) under “Corporate” Tag.

Thanks,
Best Regards,
Michael

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

Most classical music is royalty free. The performances (recordings) of such music is not always royalty free. Find your own performers.

markyy's avatar

Try www.poddingtonbear.com, it offers instrumental royalty free songs you can use under the creative commons license. He started experimenting with it to get better at producing and over time picked up a lot of attention from the blogosphere. His music gets used in a lot of webcasts and perfectly fits the positive cheery quirky apple commercial mood. You can download and buy his songs and cd’s, and you subscribe to his podcasts (take not that he offers two for each episode, one with commentary, and one instrumental version).

I’d also recommend his music to anyone that wants to listen to great music that isn’t too distracting during work.

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