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Guide to free production music

Free Production Music Ultimate Guide

If you’re wondering where to find free production music, look no further. I’ve collected the and put together a list of the best resources to find royalty free stock music.

Each site has its own strengths and weaknesses. Some focus on modern music, others on classical, and some have a very small selections of free downloads.

The Best Sites to Download Free Production Music

Many of the major paid stock music sites also offer some free songs. Just look on Pond 5 in the public domain section.

AudioJungle also has free royalty free music.

However, The selection of free production music on both of these sits is pretty limited, but you never know what you’ll find. Plus, they have 1,000’s of songs that range between $15-19, which is a great deal.

If you want to use the music in Youtube video, then you can find plenty of free stock music on the Youtube’s page.



The free production music on Youtube can be hard to find, however, so check out this quick video I made showing exactly where it is.

If you’re making a movie in Apple’s iMovie, there’s also a couple dozen pieces of free stock music in iMovie.

And if you’re looking for free classical stock music, then MusOpen has you covered and then some.

There is a ton of public domain music available on the Internet Archive, though not all of it is royalty free music. They each have different types of usage restrictions, so be sure that you’re allowed to use them how you want.

Similarly, the Library of Congress offers an extensive catalog of music, but, again, each one has different rules and restrictions on use.

There’s also Free Stock Music, although they have an extremely limited selection.



And of course, there’s always a Google search.

Cause if you can’t find it there, where can you?

That said though, you will be able to find exactly what you’re looking for in just a few minutes if you are willing to pay $15-40 on one of the paid stock music sites like Pond 5 or AudioJungle. Plus you’ll support independent musicians like me.

But I understand that that might be too expensive for some, so hopefully you this helps you find what you need.