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Where can I find free or cheap stock music to use in a film?

Asked by Carly (4555points) February 23rd, 2012
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My teacher has asked me to find music that is either free or cheap to use for the film my class is producing. Are there any sites you’ve used that you could recommend?

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XOIIO's avatar

Just search for royaltee free music and you should get loads of results.

Carly's avatar

well I did, but I’m wondering if anyone can recommend a site instead of filtering through all of them..

XOIIO's avatar

Ahh, well the incompetech one seemed pretty good when I checked it out, never used it much though.

digitalimpression's avatar

Soundclick has a lot of music. It all has various rights associated with reproduction, etc… but if you login, you can browse by license/genre etc.

sydsydrox's avatar

Go to YouTube and play the music in the background. Cite your sources. I don’t know if this helps or not, but this is how I do it.

XOIIO's avatar

@sydsydrox Yeah, because the copyright stuff that youtube censors, or audioswaps, or people have to list in the description stating that they dont own it and arent a part of the company and other crap means that it’s royaltee free. Nope. That’s the whole point of this question.

jeff_morris's avatar

I use stockmusicstore.com when I need production music. Their music is all $15 or less and is very high quality. THey have thousands of tracks in every genre too.

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