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Royalty Free Music from Jewelbeat

by Vicki Davis

In a score or on a performer's music part, thi...Image via WikipediaI've been using some really cool music and sound effects in my classes from Jewelbeat. This is a really neat site. It is so hard because students want to just grab whatever music they can find.

It is nice to have one site to send them to that is “OK.”  Just wanted to pass this one along. If you know of other truly royalty free music sites that are easy to use like this, please drop them in the comments! Thank you!

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7 comments

Louis September 16, 2010 - 3:58 am

Your site is amazing.I am very impressed to see this,i want to come back for visiting your site.Keep doing Good as well as you can..

Geert Veneklaas September 18, 2010 - 9:05 pm

http://dig.ccmixter.org/ is a very nice spot where you can find thousands of tracks, even for commercial use. Based on creative commons licenses.

Tim B September 18, 2010 - 10:46 pm
Helen Curry September 19, 2010 - 12:26 am

I have used this music before http://www.danosongs.com/ – quite a wide range of styles. Again, you just need to give credit with a link.

Kathy Kawasaki September 19, 2010 - 12:35 am

If you ever need actual scores for copyright-free music, http://imslp.org has thousands of scores free to download.

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Best regards, Petar Markovic

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