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Pixabay is a completely free resource with some of the best royalty-free music, images, and even video.

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Youtube audio Library

Many creators aren't aware that Youtube has an extensive selection of royalty-free music available for free use in the Audio Library within YouTube Studio. You can search the music library by mood, track name, artist, or genre.

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This resource is one of the older, more well-known royalty-free music sites.

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909 Music on Soundcloud

909 Music offers a small but quality library of royalty-free music from a few different artists.

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This nonprofit organization offers a wide variety of royalty-free music, with a focus on mostly instrumental music.

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CCMixter is a global music community of over 45,000 musicians around the world. The site encourages users to download, cut up, sample, and share the music.

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Freebeats lets content creators use their tracks for free as long as you follow them on social media and give them credit.

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Audionautix has a background music library that is free to use if you give appropriate credit.

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Purple Planet

Purple Planet Music is written and performed by creators Chris Martyn and Geoff Harvey.

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Free music archive

Free Music Archive has an "open source" approach to music, just like CC Mixter.

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Buzzsprout was designed to make podcasting simple, but not limited.

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Captivate is an amazing podcast hosting platform – and it’s by the same team that has been running Podcast Websites for years (mentioned further down the page) so their experience in the podcast industry definitely shows!

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Transistor is one of the newer podcast hosting and analytics platforms and have a great team behind them.

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This tutorial on using public domain materials, Creative Commons licensed materials, and copyright law is provided for informational purposes only! I am not a lawyer and cannot provide legal advice. None of what you read in this tutorial should be construed as legal advice. Should you require legal advice, please contact an attorney. As always, it's a good idea to check the copyright or CC status of a work before you use it.