Free music available right here on this website.
The easiest way to find the tracks that you can use for free in your youtube videos, movies, apps or games is to follow the link below. This will take you to the correct category of library music tracks for your productions.
Free music for youtube videos, apps, movies and games
Keep checking back because more tracks are added regularly.
Please post a comment and credit me if you use the music.
Alternatively if you are looking for something a little bit more special than free library music for youtube, you can jump to my paid for royalty free productions here on the audiojungle website:
Thank you – Alien Atmospheres.
Happy Teams Being Successful – Corporate Motivational Royalty Free Music
Corporate media producers – here is my latest piece ready and waiting to add a fun, vibrant atmosphere to your movie or interactive presentation.
This is a Corporate Motivational Royalty Free Music production, which can be used to depict happy people in a business, enjoying working in a successful environment. Upbeat, light and catchy in nature – you will be humming this while striding the corridors of your office.
This corporate royalty free music would also suit as backing material to a product advertisement. It features an upbeat tempo, fun ukulele and hand clapping instrumentation, and high levels of character.
Do you need a backing piece of music for your powerpoint presentation, company review video or corporate advertisement? This is Corporate Motivational music of the highest quality and will fit a wide range of uses.
Sample the audio and purchase the license using the below link:
Happy Teams Being Successful
There are a lot of piano sample libraries out there, costing several hundreds of pounds for multi-gigabyte libraries, some of which I already own.
Incredibly, the piano library I find myself calling up most in the Kontakt sample VST, is the “Soft Piano” instrument from Spitfire Labs.
In case you don’t know – Spitfire Audio produce some of the finest orchestral and natural instrument libraries available, usually priced at a premium for high quality instrumentation and audio perfection.
In addition to their regular retail offerings, they also offer some experimental sampled instruments via their Spitfire Laboratories label, which can be purchased for a minimum charity donation of £2.00 to UNICEF.
In amongst other great sounds, you will find their Soft Piano – which sounds incredible. It’s a dark, moody, spooky piano sound, which you can hear used in my Crafting Mines track here.
To download the instrument for yourself, check out their special laboratories offerings by visiting their store here:
Leave me a comment to let me know if you liked my recommendation for the best free piano vst.
Royalty Free Music like minecraft
This simple, relaxing piece is inspired by the background music to the Minecraft video game. If you are looking for Royalty Free Music like minecraft then your search is over. This is a very non-imposing, transient, instrumental production which adds to the atmosphere without taking center stage.
The track starts with a repeating soft piano emblem, and slowly builds with bells and light string instrumentation into an easy, transparent piece of music to add subtle atmosphere to any media production.
Inspiration from the composer C418 of the original minecraft soundtrack is used to recreate the serene, calm atmosphere of that special lego block world.
Click on the link below to hear a demo and purchase the track if you like it:
Fellow musicians – forget Dreamweaver, fiddly Flash design or HTML coding. Before creating this website, I considered my options, and in the end decided on using WordPress to produce the website you are using right now. This guide shows you how to make a professional music website exactly like this one.
If you’re wondering – I’d estimate that it took around 3 hours to get the basic framework of the site going. Since then, all I’ve needed to do is create and publish the content on a regular basis, to keep my visitors coming back for more.
In all, it cost me about £30.00 maximum. That includes the domain name and web hosting. WordPress is free!
I found this great tutorial on youtube, which told me everything I needed to know to create this site as you see it now.
You too can easily make a professional music website just like mine to provide royalty free music or publish your music online.
Follow the 1 hour tutorial here, and you could be up and running too.
I found a great new tool today. If you ever got stuck for inspiration when needing to create tags, keywords or search terms for your music productions, this is what you need.
If you ever wondered how to make a long list of relevant keywords, keep reading because this will quickly generate all the words you need to find get your music features in search engines.
Click on the link below to use the free tag generator on the AG Soundtrax website.
I have used this tool myself multiple times when trying to think up relevant keywords for my library music which is published on the audiojungle website. After using this tool I have watched hits on my music pages increase dramatically because of the increased traffic driven my more varied keyword density. Try it – you cannot go wrong.
Let me know using the comments option if you find it useful.
Most popular style library music making money
Ever wondered whether you are targeting your music at the right audience or the most popular style library music making money right now?
After pondering whether to take the odd break from my creative masterpieces and aim for some more commercial appeal to make some cash from doing what I love best, I came across this fantastic article which scientifically analyses the highest selling library music tracks to see what style library music makes money.
As a fellow music producer for media, you should find this article quite intriguing.
To summarise the key findings in the article, in case you are short of time: Go for corporate, motivational categories in a key of D major at around 130bpm.
Keep the instrumentation simple and basic – e.g. ukuleles, bells, pianos, guitars and between 2.30 and 3.00 minutes in length.
Here is a link to the research performed by a fellow library music producer, which explains the concept in more detail:
How to write a corporate motivational track that sells
Here is an incredibly intense piece of music for you to use for free in your media production.
All I ask is that you give me a credit in your work.
This tune is heavily influenced by the 28 days later and kick-ass soundtracks, which is where the cheeky name “Kick Ass Zombies” comes from.
Kick Ass Zombies starts off quiet and haunting. A repeating far away piano riff opens the instrumental piece and is joined by acoustic drums and strummed guitar. Just as you are drifting into the characterful chord progression, the distorted guitar hits you in the face and all hell lets loose as the zombies set chase and you will run for your life.
Definately not for the faint hearted. Listed with caution!