Download free (royalty free) music from online music libraries! Here we list down a few good archives of free music classified as instrumental music, jazz violin, piano, vocal, guitar, solo, female vocal, male vocal and more.
Open Music Archive is a collaborative project initiated by British artists Eileen Simpson & Ben White, to source, digitize and distribute out-of-copyright sound recordings. They source public domain music i.e. music whose copyrights have expired and make them available to anyone for any purpose! But it must be noted that the Open Music Archive is hosted in the UK and all music in this library are in the public domain in UK. Users from other countries may not legally download music from this site, as the compositions and recordings may be bound to different copyright laws.
You can also download royalty free music from another private site, www.danosongs.com. The songs are available under the creative commons license which means you can use them for free. You can download and listen to a collection of mp3 songs in various categories.
Are you looking for music for a video, a school project, a game you’re developing etc.? You can find the music you are looking for using dig.ccMixter, music discovery tool from ccMixter.ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want.
Another cool place to find free sound and music is opsound.org. Here, they invite musicians and sound artists to add their work to the Opsound pool using a copyleft license developed by Creative Commons. Listeners are invited to download, share, remix, and re-imagine their collection of music.
Enjoy downloading free(royalty free) music from the above online libraries.
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