Background 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.
Unlock 160 (and Counting!) Quality Songs at Once
Pro subscribers get unrestricted access to my entire library of royalty-free tracks. (And I add new music weekly.)
Discover Tracks with Ease
You can sort songs by genre and mood and search by details like BPM or instruments. So finding the right music is easy as pie (and arguably sweeter, too).
Enjoy Unlimited Downloads
Easily stream and download any track instantly. Then use my songs however you want, as many times as you need. Simple, right?
Connect with the Composer
Most royalty-free music is sold by third parties. But here, you’ll directly support the composer. So your dollar will make a difference.
Use Any Song without Restriction
Original, copyright-cleared music (so you can monetize your YouTube videos). A painless, royalty-free license. Total freedom to use songs in personal and commercial projects… forever.
You can source royalty-free music from many places. So why choose Music for Makers?
I could answer, “because I offer the one of the simplest, most flexible music licenses around.” (I do.)
But there’s a better, more important reason you should use my music: You’ll be directly supporting the composer.
Most major production music libraries don’t create music. Instead, they solicit songs from people who do. And then these companies take a big cut of each sale, leaving the actual creator with a meager profit.
And I don’t know about you, but I’m not into the whole starving artist thing.
One reason I’m able to offer lower prices than most other stock music solutions is because there is no middleman.
That means every cent you spend on Music for Makers has immediate, measurable impact on my work. Rather than pad some third party’s pocket, your purchase allows me to keep making music.
So if you choose to support Music for Makers, as one creator to another, I thank you.
Creator of Music for Makers
Here’s What a Few Creative Folks Said
Are there any download limits?
Nope. You’re free to download as many songs as you like as often as you need.
Is the music really royalty-free and copyright-cleared?
Because I make the music, I can say with 100% certainty: yes. And that means you can use my songs on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and pretty much everywhere else with absolutely no fear of penalization.
Can I use the music in projects I get paid for?
Of course! My license empowers you to use my music however you want — in both commercial and personal projects. Basically, the one thing you cannot do is resell or redistribute the songs themselves. (In other words, they must be a part of another creative work, whether that’s a film, podcast, video game, or something else.)
Can I use the music in my podcast?
What’s the cancelation and refund policy?
Due to the digital nature of the product, I don’t offer refunds. But if you don’t want to your Pro subscription to automatically renew in a year, you can cancel with a single click. No questions. No strings.
Is the music license still valid if I cancel?
Yep. Once you download a song as a Pro subscriber, it’s yours to use however you want as many times as you need, forever. (Even if you decide to cancel.)
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