Icons8 Music

Spice up your videos / projects with music for free

4.5/5
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We (Icons8) asked several talented composers to create music that fit the explainer videos. As a result, you have 10 tracks that will help to tell your story. They are nothing to do with a typical stock audio, cheap and plastic. They are alive; they have the soul of the author, they are fair. And yes, they are free.

Would you recommend this product?
Design researcher. CMO/Writer at Tubik

Icons8 team show higher and higher diversity in the kinds of stuff they offer to the global creative community - and what's amazing, that stuff is free and easy to access. Thanks guys, you're so cool and generous, keep rocking!

Pros:

It's high quality, free and easily available, supportive for variety of digital projects even for users with low budget or tech literacy

Cons:

Look forward to more. Perhaps, it could be useful to add more tracks oriented on children as well as the ones imitating natural sounds.

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Composer, Founder of Appsounds.pro

We took the explainer videos: the tutorials and presentations. And we decided to expand the selection of music for them.

Pros:

Each song has some extra tracks with the alternative arranges

Cons:

A few

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Ivan from Icons8

If you don't want to search through the Audio Jungle looking through the tons of synthetic, mass market tracks, this is the way to go.

Pros:

Live sound with many instruments

Cons:

Only few tracks

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some simple sounds should be included in free pack

Pros:

good idea

Cons:

bad implementation of free pack

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Hi Kirill, could you please explain a little bit more? Every track there has several formats and most of the tracks have alternative versions. What else could we do to implement this free back better? Thank you in advance
linguist

Good choice for youtube videos

Pros:

Sticky tunes

Cons:

Lacks for styles (country, canzoneta napoletana)

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CMO, Voicea (formerly Voicera)

this is super helpful for a current project i have.

Pros:

Easy access to rights enabled music

Cons:

more options over time