If you’re like me and can’t be bothered searching online for new and fresh resources for corporate royalty free music then it’s your lucky day today. I’ve researched and compiled a list of the top 5 websites I’ve found that provide high quality corporate music. These sites were chosen based on 3 factors; quality, licensing and the size of their music library.
Natentine is quickly growing in popularity in the royalty free music scene. A beautifully designed and user-friendly website combined with high quality royalty free corporate music and simple licensing puts this site as our number 1 contestant. Although the library isn’t as vast as some of the big dogs out there, it really is quality over quantity when looking for music online. Who wants to sift through thousands of tracks to find the right one? The producers there also offer exclusive music services at affordable prices if you wish to have a custom track made for you.
Sheesh is an Indian specialized music provider offering a huge range of high quality music with traditional flavors. Perfect for non-western corporate videos. Their library is huge however and takes a long time to find the right track. Their search feature works fairly well and helps with that.
Although primarily a radio station, Celtic Music has a royalty free section with a broad range of fairly high quality music, though most are average. They do get the job done if you’re after royalty free music with a North European feel to it. This site made it to the top 5 list because of its ease of use and a deep, thorough search function with plenty of filtering options to help you find exactly what you’re looking for!
One of the most reputable royalty free music providers in the middle east. Fantastic range of music with mainly Arabian elements but contains plenty of western music too. This site made it to the list because of the excellent production quality of the music there. The music library isn’t huge but it’s filled with high quality music ideal for corporate videos and advertisements. Generously designed and user-friendly puts this site as number 4 on the list.
Last but not least is YouTube. You might be wondering why I put the top video sharing site in the world in this list, but YouTube actually has a very nice selection of royalty free music for video creators to use in their projects, free of charge. The only downside to using YouTube’s selection of free-to-use music is that almost everyone uses it. If many people recognize the music you used and are sick of hearing it, then you’re video might not perform as well. YouTube doesn’t seem to update its music library often either, so you might be stuck with the same tracks for a while.