7 Royalty Free Music YouTube Channels for your Music needs
Good music is an essential element of a video. Everyone needs good soothing background music for their videos. But when it comes to YouTube it can be a much-much difficult task to find music that is up to the expectations as well as free from any copyrights.
Copyright is the biggest issue on YouTube, as no one would like to post a video that eventually falls into strikes or just hinder the possibility of monetization.
Keeping all this in mind we have made a list of one of the best YouTube Channels that are known for providing copyright free music, you can use in your videos without any fear of copyright issues.
And trust me they don’t just offer royalty free music, but an amazing collection of music and songs you can use as per your needs.
1. Audio Library
Audio Library is a channel dedicated to search, catalog, sort and publish No Copyright Music, Vlog Music and Royalty Free Music for content creators.
Frequency says they are a record label aiming to be a supportive player for known and unknown artists, giving musical talents a home.
Feel free using most of their music on platforms such as YouTube and Twitch without getting any copyright infringement (Royalty Free Music, Copyright Free Music). They just ask to support the artist/label by mentioning the track title and the track link in the description.
3. No Copyright Sounds
NoCopyrightSounds says they are a Record Label dedicated to giving a platform to the next generation of Artists in Electronic Music, representing genres from House to Dubstep via Trap, Drum & Bass, Electro Pop and more.
NCS Music is free to use for independent Creators and their UGC (User Generated Content) on YouTube & Twitch – but make sure to credit the Artist, track and NCS and link back to their original NCS upload.
4. Vlog No Copyright Music
Vlog No Copyright Music promote great music that's free to download and use on YouTube videos.
All the music can be used by any YouTube user in their monetized content. They say that you must add the producer social links and a link to the uploaded music video in the description.
5. Free Music Wave
Free Music Wave is promoting copyright free music. You are free to use any of their music in your videos. They just want you to make sure to give credit (take a look into their song description to know how).
6. YouTubers Music
YouTubers Music provides high-quality copyright free music from various genres.
They just want you to include the name of the music and its provider along with a link to their uploaded music video in your video description.
7. Spinnin’ Copyright Free Music
All tracks released on Spinnin’ Copyright Free Music are free to be used by Creators in their YouTube & Twitch videos, without the fear of copyright claims.
All they ask in return is to credit the artist, track and Spinnin’ Copyright Free Music and link back to the original upload.
[Note: All these above-mentioned channels do provide free to use music but they have some linking policies. You can know more about their policies in their channels about section.]
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