My royalty free music collections are a series of atmospheric music albums which include a royalty free license allowing you to use the music in all your film and video productions with no further fees. I currently have 8 volumes which are available here as a complete collection with a 30% discount off the total (saving £96). Click below to hear short preview clips from all 8 collections (if you want to hear full length previews of every single track you can do so on each individual album page here):
This full bundled collection of all 8 Volumes includes a total of 111 tracks (over 6 and a half hours) of royalty free atmospheric and dramatic music and is available in either mp3 or wav format by selecting from the options above. Styles range from gentle cinematic piano (similar to composers like Thomas Newman, Philip Glass etc.) to dark, dramatic and organic evolving soundscapes, ethereal ambient space music, lush underscores and background music, twisted nightmarish horror music and drones, dark electronica and lively plucked orchestral pieces.
All the music is pre-licensed for unlimited lifetime use and ready to use in your films, documentaries, trailers, mobile apps, video games and monetised videos on sites like YouTube, Vimeo or Facebook with no further license fees or costs (full licensing info here).
Full price for the complete collection of all 8 volumes would normally be £319.92 but the total you pay with the 30% discount is just £223.92 – a total saving of £96. Or you can also buy each collection individually for just £39.99 each here.
The music collections are ideal for use in all of the following:
- feature films
- student films
- trailers & commercials
- time lapse & art films
- mobile games
- thrillers & dramas
- horror movies
- human interest
- sci-fi & crime
Full length previews of every individual track can be heard on each album page here:
* Please note: The one thing I do not allow is for any of my royalty free music to be used to create new music tracks that you intend to distribute, whether for free or commercially. For example, sampling a section of a track (even 1 second) and using that sample in a new music track that you intend to create is strictly forbidden. This specifically includes any music you intend to submit to YouTube’s Content ID system.