Sourcing stock music should be easier, right?
Let’s not sugarcoat it.
First you have to actually find the music. So you scour hundreds (if not thousands) of mediocre tracks, hoping to eventually unearth what you need — that needle in the haystack.
But then you’ve got to consider license details and decipher cryptic legal lingo. Can the track be used in commercial projects? Will you have to pay royalties? Are you required to credit the song creator?
And even if you overcome these hurdles, you’ve still got to face the biggest obstacle of all: price. Licensing songs from production music libraries can cost anywhere from $15 to $150 (or more) — per track.
After you’ve invested inordinate amounts of time, energy, and money to make an amazing video, do you really want to do all that work and fork out that much cash for one song?
There’s a better solution.
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