This video features Drifting, the 42nd song in the Free Background Music Series. As with the other songs in the background music series, this song can be used for free in non-commercial projects and in YouTube monetized videos (that are otherwise non-commercial in nature) as long as credit is provided (“Music by longzijun”).
This video features the 25th song in the Free Short Instrumental Themes series: Sonicide. The visuals are a time-lapse showing Osaka. There are four different versions of the song, ranging in duration from 20 seconds to 36 seconds. This track is based on an excerpt from the middle part of Sonicidence (Song no. 27 in the free background music series).
This video features the 17th to 24th songs in the Free Short Instrumental Themes series. The songs in the video range in length from 6.5 seconds to 34 seconds and are suitable for use in intros, credits, outros and very short videos. These tracks are mostly synthesizer-based compositions. For each song. two versions are available. For most of the songs, the second version is a little faster and is one semi-tone higher. The tracks are listed below:
Intro 17 (synth & beat) 0:34 & 0:32
Intro 18 (gentle & melodic) 0:10 & 0:09
Intro 19 (bubbly synth) 0:07.5 & 0:07
Intro 20 (aggressive: piano, guitar, war drums) 0:13 & 0:12
This video features the 41st song in the Free Background Music Series and is the second video in my Travel Diary series. As with the other songs in the background music series, this song can be used for free in non-commercial projects and in YouTube monetized videos (that are otherwise non-commercial in nature) as long as credit is provided (“Music by longzijun”).
Summit by Gary Ames (3:26)
This is a pulsating, energetic orchestral soundtrack (128 bpm). The kick drum comes in after about 70 seconds. This song is part of a featured guest series, and the song should be credited as follows: Composed and produced by Gary Ames. For more information and download links (MP3 and WAV files are available), go to:
Free Background Music Songs
These songs tend to work quite well as background tracks because they are relatively unobtrusive with some songs bordering on ambient.
This is most popular song in the Background Music series so far. It works well with a wide range of videos. For MP3 and WAV file download links, go to:
Note: A rapper that goes by the name X’es Evol’i has used an excerpt of this as an intro in his online album. If you get a copyright claim, you should dispute it. The instructions are here: Disputing Content ID Matches on my Songs.
Rock Funk Beast (3:33)
A straightforward guitar-based rock rock with a slightly funky vibe. The download links are below: