by Uppbeat Uppbeat, a free music platform for YouTubers and content creators, has launched today. Aiming to capture the attention of those who are in need for quality free music, this new service from the creators of Music Vine, looks extremely interesting. Let’s take a closer look. Let’s face it. The creative community is booming – […]Read more "Uppbeat – Free Music for Your Online Productions"
By Craig Berger The YouTube Audio Library is a YouTube royalty-free music library, meaning you can use YouTube Audio Library sound effects and music without having to pay the original creator. There may be some attribution requirements, which will be listed, but as long as you follow the attribution rules, you can include any music or sound […]Read more "Add Great Royalty-Free Sounds to Your Project with the YouTube Audio Library"
by Free Music Archive Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world. We’re helping to realize the full potential of the Internet—universal access to research and education, full participation in culture—to drive a new era of development growth, and productivity. Creative Commons is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to making it easier […]Read more "The Free Music Archive"
February 1, 2013 by Moby Thanks to David Wardrick for posting: “So I was watching “The Next Three Days”…I know, no one’s seen it. Anyway listening to the score I noticed that a bunch of the tracks are available for free on mobygratis.com for download. It was weird hearing something I had a […]Read more "Music by Moby. Free for Filmmakers…"
July 17, 2012 by Mark Levy and Saba Siddiqui, VideoMaker The most common YouTube Video copyright infringement involves using songs in without permission of the copyright holder that cannot be claimed as “Fair Use”. In May 2008, Viacom brought a $1 billion lawsuit against YouTube for allegedly failing to protect the rights of copyright owners. […]Read more "What’s Legal YouTube: Fair Use Vs Copyright Laws"