COPYRIGHT FREE MUSIC
InAudio is a library of unique copyright free music.
No more searching for copyright free music and then choosing from thousands of template tracks and risking your reputation in the process.
Download royalty free music for Youtube in mp3 format for free. You can use them for video editing, music and song creation, ringtone, presentation design, game or app development.
Loops and short versions (15, 30, 60 seconds).
Any videomaker, one way or another, customizes tracks to fit his video, he might want to make a track longer or shorter, or maybe he wants to make a short audio logotype from a ready-made track. With loops and short versions this problem either solves itself, or is already solved if you’re making a royalty free music video for advertising (15, 30, 60 seconds).
Subscriptions and licenses.
InAudio is the site with the best offer royalty free music at the moment, in other words, you can choose the most convenient way to pay for you and not be content with what the platform offers you because it is available not only for one year subscription, but also for one month for only $7.
High quality music.
Again, InAudio library really contains only high quality tracks, you don’t have to waste your time in choosing the best from the worst, here you can use any track, which suits your mood and tempo.
The authors are convinced that good music makes the video better, and bad music kills it. With this site you can make a video you’ll be really proud of. At Inaudio.org you will find music of any genre and for any mood: from a funny children’s tune and warm indie rock to ultramodern music for sports video and inspiring royalty free music for a powerful cinematic trailer.
You can easily sync any song to the video thanks to the loops and short versions that come with each track on the site (you get the full set when you buy a paid license or use a subscription).
The authors are convinced that good music makes the video better, and bad music kills it. With this site you can make a video you’ll be really proud of. At Inaudio.org you will find music of any genre and for any mood: from a funny children’s tune and warm indie rock to ultramodern EDM and epic music for a powerful cinematic trailer. You can easily sync any song to the video thanks to the loops and short versions that come with each track on the site (you get the full set when you buy a paid license or use a subscription).
What songs have no copyright?
It’s impossible to know for sure whether any particular song is in the public domain. Different countries have different copyright laws and rules about this, and there are many places one could look for more information about copyright—including at the home page or Wikipedia page for Creative Commons.
Can I use copyright free music on YouTube?
You can use copyright free music on YouTube! You are just required to credit the original creator and link back to them. This is helpful because if someone hears your song, they can find the artist and purchase it from them. Music is a big part of the YouTube community and you want to make sure that you are giving credit where it’s due.
Can I use no copyright music?
The answer is yes and no. It all depends on the license of the music you want to use. Three major licenses are Creative Commons Attribution, Public Domain, and Non-Commercial. Only select songs under Creative Commons Attribution can be used without permission. Public Domain songs are not copyrighted and do not require any permissions to use them legally (check out the website if they are still under copyright). Non-commercial use refers to when you want a song that isn’t being used for commercial purpose such as commercial broadcasting or advertising purposes.
What does non copyrighted music mean?
It means that it has been released in the public domain by the copyright holder or it’s being used under a license. Sometimes, companies will release some of their music as “non-copyrighted” to promote it without paying for licensing rights.
What is a royalty free song?
A royalty free song is a song that you can use without having to pay a fee. There are many different types of royalties that you must pay when using someone else’s work, such as:
- Writer’s Royalty
- The amount of money paid in royalties by the writer whose song is being used. Such as writers and composers of songs on top 40 charts, or even indie music hit songs.
- Lyric Royalty
- The amount of money paid to the writer in order for them to allow their lyrics to be used in songs that they didn’t write themselves.