How to Get Unlimited Royalty Free Music
Do you have creative project ideas coming out of your ears? You’re going to need a lot of music then. Here’s how to get unlimited royalty free music without needing unlimited finances.
It’s been a strange year of social distancing, isolation, and a general depletion of motivation levels. There seems to be two camps right now; those riding the wave, and those taking the opportunity of more free time to get stuck into every creative idea they’ve ever had. If you’ve managed to stay creative and motivated during lockdown, Synchedin is here for you!
PS. We know motivation fluctuates, and we know sometimes you just want to spend the day horizontal (trust us, we know). Either way, we at Synchedin are here for you.
What is Royalty Free Music?
Royalty free music, sometimes known as stock music, refers to music that can be used without you having to pay royalties to the rights holder every time the track is used. This type of music is great for accompanying projects where the budget may be a little limited.
The temptation to just use your favourite track by a chart topping artist is going to be strong. But, it’s important to resist the urge. Sadly, using music that you don’t have the appropriates rights to can lead to some copyright issues down the line. You can receive DMCA strikes if you use copyrighted music in a Twitch stream, for instance. And if you want to license a famous track, chances are you’re going to be a bit stunned by the cost.
Get Unlimited Royalty Free Music
Music is great for a multitude of reasons. The simplest of all is that good music is just nice to listen to. But when it comes to visual projects, or even things like podcasts, it starts to take on more serious roles. Adding background music to videos is important. Have you ever watched a film that didn’t feature any music? Probably not, and if you did, I bet it wasn’t a comfortable viewing experience.
At Synchedin you can make sure none of your projects ever feel stilted, awkward or full of glaring gaps. Discover awesome tracks from our huge library of music, all with the sync license covered. If you’re a Twitch fanatic, you can play our catalogue in the background of your streams for free. Unlimited royalty free music means no streaming time limits or download barriers, giving you total freedom.
If you’re looking for the perfect soundtrack for a new indie film or some calming music to accompany a new yoga video, subscribe today! With subscriptions at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per annum, you can download unlimited tracks to use in projects. What’s more, if you decide to put your subscription on ice, the tracks are still yours to keep forever.