February 28, 2017 at 3:32AM

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Royalty Free Music ! where can i find good one

i want some royalty free music for my film but all royalty free music i get isn't that good , it sounds robotic , so can anyone tell me where can i find good R.F.M , ... :)

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Have you tried MusicBed? They have a decent cinematic section. If you decide to ask them a question be very specific about your request.

The other day I asked MusicBed for some music with tubular bells (the new Scottrade finance commercial has tubular bells) and I failed to be very specific. They sent a bunch of links with Christmas bell music . . . epic fail on my part.

Good luck

A.S.

March 4, 2017 at 9:58PM

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The Music Bed is high quality, but can be quite expensive. I really recommend Art-List.io

On there you pay $200 a year, and gain unlimited access to their music, with no additional fees. On the Music Bed you may be paying that per track at times depending on the license you require. The Art-List is equal with their quality in my opinion.

March 7, 2017 at 12:06AM

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John Haas
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There was a post here a couple of days ago on royalty free music which included Musicbed and Art-List. I didn't realize how cost ineffective Musicbed can be when on a budget.

The A-List is definitely easier on the pocket book, that stated, I found some stylish music on bandcamp at the price of a cd these days, in some cases, you can download the music for free with artist permission, but you really have to dig through categories/genres which can kink up your workflow.

Salud,

A.S.

Armored Saint

March 8, 2017 at 10:30AM

Soundstripe is pretty great! They have a wide selection of high-quality tracks made especially for filmmakers. You only pay $10/month and then you get full access to all their music and licenses, you don't have to pay per license. http://soundstripe.grsm.io/e/6vU You can sort by genre, mood, instrument and they have specific playlists set up for your type of film.

March 13, 2017 at 3:56PM

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Ethan Loomis
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I agree with the above but I do not use music that often and paying monthly or upfront (like I did with video blocks and never use it haha) is no good for me, I have used FCP Audio https://fcpaudio.co.uk/final-cut-pro-music/ where you can alter the song and sort of arrange the song and make as long as you want

March 19, 2018 at 5:53PM

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mick brierley
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sorry just noticed this is a year old haha

March 19, 2018 at 5:54PM

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mick brierley
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