Quality music has the power to make or break the emotional tone of a scene. Quality music can also be restrictively expensive.
Luke Neumann is doing his part in the battle to get high-quality royalty free music into the hands of low-budget filmmakers who need it the most. With the "daily freebie" project, Neumann Films is going to be releasing one new song for free every single weekday for the foreseeable future. All you have to do is like the Neumann Films Facebook page and keep your eye out for the new link every day. Before you know it, you'll have built up your own diverse library of royalty-free music that you can use in your films.
Here's a sample of some of the tracks that Luke will be releasing as daily freebies:
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The only thing to note is that if you end up using one of these tracks in a film, commercial project, or anything else, is that you will have to provide attribution information in the credits. The information for how to properly attribute it will be included in the download. Otherwise, the music will be yours to use in any way you see fit.
Lastly, because Facebook is terrible at showing users every piece of content from the pages they like, I'd highly recommend doing the following when you like the Neumann Films page. First, click the little downward arrow on the "like" button and select the "see first" option under the posts section. Then, if you're really intent on not missing one of these downloads, go into that same menu and click "get notifications" for all links the are posted on the page. That way, you're virtually guaranteed one new track per day as long as you check Facebook.
The daily freebie program will be starting this coming Monday. In case you haven't done it already, be sure to like the Neumann Films page and get ready for some free tracks.