Royalty-Free Stock Music for Licensing and Download
Flexible pricing for media professionals, personal creators & vloggers.
Royalty Free Music for Media Projects
We provide royalty free music with flexible licensing options for media professionals and offer generous discounts to personal creators and vloggers. All of our audio downloads are 24bit 48kHz. Our stock music Track Packs include all versions of a track such as the main track, short edits, stingers and loops. We also offer incredible discounts on our pre-made themed Bundles of track packs.
Containing the main track plus all of the short & looped versions.
Themed collections of Track Packs offered at an incredible discount.
Browse categories to find the perfect soundtrack for your video.
Latest Track Packs
These are the latest 12 track packs added to our catalogue. A Track Pack includes the full track plus any available versions, such as music loops, stingers and short edits. We are adding new tracks every week so please bookmark us. If you have a feedreader, add our product feed to be notified as soon as new music is added.
Windy Summer£39.95 Buy License
The War Begins£39.95 Buy License
Sweet Hope£39.95 Buy License
The Magic Labyrinth£39.95 Buy License
She’s Dancing£39.95 Buy License
Lifestyle Hotel£39.95 Buy License
Reflection of the Moon£39.95 Buy License
Mystical Landscapes£39.95 Buy License
Magic Dream£39.95 Buy License
A Brief Guide to Royalty Free Music / Stock Music
There are several names for this type of music, including Stock Music, Royalty-Free Music, Copyright Free Music and Library Music. Whatever it is referred to, it just means that it has been written for the purpose of being placed in a music library for people to license, download and use in their videos.
It is original music by independent composers and producers. You will not hear mainstream music from your favourite band or singer as their music will be under the control of their record label and not available in royalty-free music libraries.
A common myth is that it is free music. While this can be true if a composer decides to give their music away, it is generally not the case. After all, creators of music need to earn an income.
The term Royalty-Free Music is a historical term from the old library music industry (pre-Google), but it has stuck and is the most common search term now, albeit a little misleading. Historically, you had to pay a royalty every time music was played, royalty-free became the method of paying once per use rather than every time it was used.
The reality is, all music of this type has licensing terms and costs associated with it and unlike most industries, there are no standard rates or terms. This means that all libraries have different terms for the purchase and use of their music.
That covers the basics, but if you want a more in-depth view, we have another, article here.