Video Background Music: Best Royalty Free Music Sites (2020 Review!)

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  • Published On: 2020-03-29 15:39:52
  • Video Published/Author: Justin Brown – Primal Video
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UPDATED: Here’s our TOP picks in 2020 for the best royalty free music sites for great video background music – on every budget!

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Recommended Royalty Free Music sites:

Free Options:
► Free Music Archive:

Paid Options:
► Artlist:
► Epidemic Sound:
► Musicbed:

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Time Stamps:
00:00 Video Background Music: Best Royalty Free Music Sites
00:58 Before you use Stock Music Sites
01:28 The Best Free Stock Music Sites
– 01:32 Youtube Music
– 02:16 Free Music Archive
– 03:17 Youtube Music Channels
04:40 The Best Paid Stock Music Sites
– 05:50 Epidemic Sound
– 08:00 Artlist
– 09:45 Musicbed
11:43 Summary

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— Video Background Music: Best Royalty Free Music Sites (2020 Review!) —

Video background music is a key factor in great video content. Unfortunately, finding the right tracks and royalty free music for videos can be a real pain, and you need to do get the licensing sorted RIGHT or it can come back to bite you big time down the track.

The last thing you want is to have your video demonetized, flagged for copyright infringement and get a YouTube strike (or worse) after you’ve spent a heap of time creating your videos and finding the perfect music tracks that fit the vibe you’re after perfectly. But that’s exactly what can happen if you don’t have the appropriate rights to use the track.

In this video, we’ll run through the options you can use to get royalty free music for youtube videos (or any video project) – ranging from basic no cost copyright free music options, to paid ‘all-you-can-eat’ subscription services designed to cover ALL your video projects.

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  1. What happens if after the 30 day trial with one and I decide not to use their service, will the video I used on my video be classified as non useable? For example, if I do a 30 day trial with Epidemic Sounds, I use one of their free royalty musics, then I decide I want to use Musicbed, then will my video with music from Epidemic sounds be 'copywriter strikes'?

  2. Hey justin, Could you recommend a software thats free and also as good as art list and epicdamic sound and also cuz like i need to pay per month and im not even rich and i don,t like art list and epicdamic sound also musicbed cuz i need to pay which i don,t want to

  3. Ever heard of mourninglightmusic? Just checkout their music its pretty damn good.. it does cost money sadly im limited with money so will be a member in the near future. I'm just curious who heard of them

  4. Quick question. If I purchase a monthly plan and use music to create a YouTube video and later cancel my monthly subscription, will the video I created with the music in it, be free from copyright violation past the date of cancelation?

  5. Does it count as a credit if I create a Community Post with the list of Titles and Links to all the music I've used in my video. I mean can I have a link to that Community Post instead of the whole list of titles and links in the video description itself?

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