Just in time for your Christmas multimedia projects we have made available for download the Bach Brandenburg Concerto 6 mvt 1, Bach Three Part Inventions Sinfonia II, III, and Bach Air on a G String, plus Vivaldi’s Winter from Four Seasons.
These classical music tracks are perfect for use in your Christmas projects and were performed by the USAFB and are therefore in the public domain and available for use in your commercial projects.
If you need higher quality classical music for your Christmas projects please check out our Royalty Free Classical Music website.
Christmas Audio Round-up It is never too early to get started on your Christmas marketing campaigns and with that in mind we have created this year’s list of Christmas audio resources from Partners In Rhyme to will help you get your yuletide projects done quickly, legally and inexpensively during this holiday marketing rush.
This list includes all of our free resources as well so read carefully.
You get a variety of all-time classics including Away In The Manger, Little Drummer Boy, Joy To The World and many more plus a bonus track of the Wedding March. Full length tracks are provided as well as a variety of short loops edited from each of the tracks.
Alistair says on his page: “All the sound effects in this set are free to use in anything, commercial or private. I don’t expect people to credit individual sound effects but I do ask if you could link to my website www.cameronmusic.co.uk from somewhere, either in the video description if in youtube/vimeo etc or from your website. “
Three new sites that I recently found offering free royalty free music to use in your commercial projects with no fees or hassles from the man…
Cameron Music is offering a selection of tracks for free use in commercial projects. Some of the suspenseful tracks are pretty good, others are kind of midi sounding but all useful for low budget type projects. www.cameronmusic.co.uk
Sonny Boo is a filmmaker who is offering a very nice selection of music tracks for absolutely free use in any commercial project. Very nice of him…. Sonny Boo
I had seen the Purple Planet website a few years ago when they were selling their music and just noticed that all of their music is now free for website type uses (including Youtube) with only a credit to the composer in return.
They also ask for donations but it is not required. The music is pretty cool too, check it out… Purple Planet
28 new full length tracks have been added to our Free Royalty Free Music page on the Partners In Rhyme site here: Free Royalty Free Music
These free files come with same license as if you had purchased these files from us.
You can use them in your videos, DVDs, films, websites, almost any type of project.
You cannot redistribute/resell them on their own (you have to use them in the background of something).
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I found another pretty cool site with free royalty free music clips today.
It is run by musical composer/enthusiast and experimentalist Vlad Rebek and he is offering a collection of his tracks for “joy or for profit, or both”.
I came across this collection of 25 free royalty free music tracks from Jaybot7. They are fun tracks in a variety of styles with some pretty good guitar playing on some of them.
These tracks are available to download and use in personal and commercial projects completely royalty free. The composer only asks for a credit 25 Free Royalty Free Music Tracks
Here are the “small details” Jabot7 has posted in regards to using his music:
Small details: The only thing I ask if you use one of the following tracks is that you shoot me an email using the contact page, and give Credit to Jaybot7 LLC somewhere in the project.
Yes, you can absolutely use this in a commercial project (the kind that you charge money for). No, you donâ€™t have to pay me anything. Just make sure you contact me and give me credit somewhere as stated above. The only thing you canâ€™t do with these Royalty Free tracks is re-license or sub-license them (meaning, you canâ€™t simply download them and start selling them as your own).
Partners In Rhyme is offering this collection of 9 tracks composed by the famous John Philip Sousa. These tracks were recorded by the US Army Band and are all available in the public domain to download and duplicate.
If you need more royalty free classical music please visit our classical music website at Royalty Classical Music to download and license classical music recorded by a real symphony orchestra.
Besides all of the free royalty free music we give away for personal and commercial use here http://www.partnersinrhyme.com/pir/free_music_loops.shtml
we also like to point you to other websites and blogs that offer free royalty free music. Here are three composers that I ran across today:
Taylor Howard http://www.taylorhayward.org/recordings.htm
Some very nice ambient / classical piano recordings from Taylor Howard with wide-open, copyright-free terms for use:
“The music on this site is: free to download and play, free to rebroadcast in any form for any purpose, free to play in public, free to publish for profit, and free to sample.
There is no copyright on this music.
If you can think of a creative way to use this music, you have my full support.”
Bill Cushman http://ghostnotes.blogspot.com/
This talented is offering his beautiful piano pieces for free use in personal and commercial project. You need to contact the composer before using music.
Derek Audette http://derekaudette.ottawaarts.com/music.php
A collection of free royalty free music from Derek Audette. Although most of the tracks are very midi sounding there are some interesting and usable pieces here:
“There is no charge or licensing fees associated with the use of any of these songs for any reason. I only ask that if you use them in a production in which you are able to give credit, (such as closing credits in a video or film production) that you do provide the proper credit in your production. ”
Here are four public domain Gregorian Chant music clips for you to download and use in absolutely whatever way you want. Public domain means no one owns it, it means you can just use it with no restrictions. These are pretty good quality clips too.
Gregorian chant is the central tradition of Western plainchant, a form of monophonic liturgical chant in Western Christianity that accompanied the celebration of Mass and other ritual services. This vast repertory of chants is the oldest music known as it is the first repertory to have been adequately notated in the 10th century.
If you need a bigger variety of royalty free classical music for your project check out the Apollo Symphony Orchestra: Greatest Hits collection of 50 of the most recognizable classical music tracks available for use in your commercial projects.
The collection above comes with a free download of 25 royalty free Tchaikovsky classical pieces.
Besides our collection of free royalty free music available for commercial use here: Free Royalty Free Music, here is a collection of “Copyright Free” music clips from Josh Levine available free for any type of use as long as you credit. I doubt they are actually “copyright free” as that would mean that Josh no longer owns them and he would not be able to request a credit for them. I’m pretty sure he means “royalty free”.
There are 19 tracks in this collection of varying quality. With titles like “One Hour Garageband Tune #1″ you might get an idea of how they were recorded.
Worth checking out though: http://www.century22.org/mp3/
We’ve made it super easy to see all of our deals, discounts and specials in one place so you don’t have to search through the entire site to find bargains on royalty free music and sound effects.
We will be updating this every month with new specials.
The really cool special this month is the ‘Stimulus Package’ with two royalty free music and sound effects collections available for free download with every purchase.
To do our part to help stimulate the economy by giving entrepreneurs as much music as possible for free to create their new products and venture out on their new endeavors we are giving away two royalty free music and sound effects collections with every purchase.
On all orders we have a 10% and 20% discount that is applied automatically to the shopping cart as you shop. Once you hit $200 in your shopping cart you will see the 10% discount kick in and once you get above $400 you see the very substantial 20% discount get subtracted from your grand total.
Our hugely popular collection of 50 of the most recognizable royalty free classical music tracks has just gotten more propular with the addition of 25 classic Tchaikovsky peices for absolutley no charge.
Just download and use them.
Check out Appollo Symphony Orchestra: Greatest Hits and listen to the 25 beautiful Tchaikovsky tracks that you can download for free.
I just updated our free drum loops page with over 100 megs of free drum loops for you to download and use in your music completely free of charge. The free drum loops genres include rock, drum n bass, jungle, techno and hip hop.
Here is this week’s free royalty free music clip. It’s actually just me practicing my blues chops over a bass line and a drum pattern from Strike (drum plugin from digidesign).
There’s no real ending for it but there’s enough of it to edit and and use what you need:
Right-click on the link above (control-click on a Mac) and choose ‘save target as’ from the menu that pops up.
(This is an MP3 file which usually means they won’t loop properly, however I have gone in with an MP3 editor and removed the blank audio at the head and tail that the MP3 conversion usually adds to the file.)
I found some more free royalty free music clips today available from Purple Planet.
They have a variety of genres available like calm, dramatic, jazzy, blues, mystery, horror and comic.
Their website states:
"All the music here can be used essentially for free (though we appreciate a small donation) for any type of film production or web presentation (youtube, podcasts, blogs etc). This includes revenue-generating, commercial uses."
Check them out if you need free music, it all sounds pretty good.
I found another website that has a small but high quality collection of free music that the composer is making available for use in blogs, podcasts, videos, etc, completely royalty free. He only requires attribution, check it out here:
One of our visitors mentioned our royalty free music clips page in his blog here Caddickisms
He also has links to other sources for free music and describes his experiences in using the different formats and types of free music.