7 Best Sites for Free Uncopyrighted Video Music

Anyone who’s ever made a video knows that finding good free music is one of the hardest parts of the job. We’ve collected 7 of the best ways to find free uncopyrighted music Creative Commons Attribution Licensed music. 

Free Music Archive

Just as the name suggests, this site has free music, and of course, most are under Creative Commons. To find out which kind of CC it is—and if it’s available for commercial use—just click on the song title and then look at the far right column.

TakeTones has a really good library and you can use their music for free for non-commercial projects such as home videos and non-monetized YouTube content.

Take Tones

Purple Planet Music

This site offers tons of free Creative Commons music (CC-BY) and all you need to do is credit them! You can use them for your monetized video, but they only give you a 192kbps MP3 (which should be fine for background music).

Although it would seem like a self-explanatory website name, you may have to pull out your wallet in some cases. You’re going to find mostly Creative Commons Attribution Required tracks here, but some are “CC-BY-NC”.

Free Stock Music

NoCopyrightSounds (NCS)

If you search for “free uncopyrighted music” or “no copyright music” on YouTube you might come across this YouTube Channel. It’s a popular channel turned record label from the UK, that features free electronic music for independent Creators.

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