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Sync Volume 1

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Ten Tracks to Sync - Vol. 2

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10 Tracks to Sync - Vol. 3

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Ten Tracks to Sync Vol. 4

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Tracks to Sync, Feb 2011

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Tracks to Sync, Apr 2011

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Ten Tracks to Sync [Oddio Overplay selections]

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Ten Tracks to Sync [Early 2011 Selections]

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Ten Tracks to Sync [Early FMA]

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Tracks to Sync, June 2011

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Tracks to Sync, Aug 2011

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Tracks to Sync, Sept 2011

Fanas comes to the FMA from Romania's Local Records, with a distinct electronic sound of contemporary Bucharest

Broke For Free is the beatmaking alias of Santa Cruz CA's Tom Casino, and "Something Elated" has been climbing up the FMA charts propelled largely by his progressive approach to licensing (Creative Commons BY).

Chris Zabriskie recently joined the FMA with 50 Creative Commons BY-NC tracks, and his music has been included in films showcased at festivals such as Art Basel Miami 2011 and in New York, Los Angeles, Singapore, and Costa Rica.

Jenifer Avila's music has been curated by Breitband, a program of Deutschlandradio Kultur, and released by the first Portugese netlabel Enough Records. (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA)

The Netherlands' Tony Dubshot is well known for his research in transgenic higher dub organisms. He also runs the Dubbhism label (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA)

 

Sunsearcher's cinematic rhythms include Dance, Latin, Flamenco, Brazilian, and Big Beat, and with titles like "Movie Rhythm2" he's clearly got filmmakers on the mind (Creative Commons BY-SA)

 

Cranston hails from Wisconsin and was introduced to the FMA by John Badger Farms (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA)

James Beaudreau is proprietor of Workbench Recordings, a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA netlabel.

Flamingo comes to us from Italy's Bad Panda Records, releasing a new Creative Commons mp3 (or in this case, EP) every Monday and they've just hit #100 (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA)
Nova Scotia's Windom Earle is a collective of friends and musicians who play a mixture of instrumental new wave synth pop and indie rock (Creative Commons BY-NC-SA)

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Tracks to Sync 2012

Tracks to Sync is series of mixes curated with the online video producer in mind. Along with a few new faces, this playlist features updates from artists who'll already be familar to FMA regulars. License and artist info, and if you're new to Creative Commons, we've gathered links to great resources in our Music for Video portal.

You might recognize that Windom Earle track if you're one of the 5 million people who watched Fight for the Future's "PIPA/SOPA Break the Internet" video. [Creative Commons BY-NC-SA]

We discovered Immortal Beats on the Frostwire Creative Commons mixtape. [Creative Commons BY-SA]

Grass Hop is the latest release by Broke For Free aka Tom Cascino from Santa Cruz CA. His "Something Elated," as featured in Sept's Tracks to Sync, went on to top the charts at FMA and has been featured in countless videos throughout the web including this really cool timelapse of a 134 hour journey through Norway's "Hurtigruten". [Creative Commons BY-NC]

Bethlehem PA's Jared C. Balogh is a Classwar Karaoke participant who joined forces with Lee Rosevere's Happy Puppy Records for the new album Rhythms of Life. [Creative Commons BY-NC-SA]

Lloyd Rodgers is a contemporary experimental composer who makes his works dating back to the 1970s available through his website with "No Copyright / No Rights Reserved."  This recording of his Cartesian Reunion Memorial Orchestra was originally composed to accompany a ballet.

The Freak Fandango Orchestra is a multi-ethnic band from Barcelona who recently performed at Barbés Brooklyn and release music under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license.

Oddio Overplay first introduced the FMA to Lee Rosevere, a Canadian composer who approaches music informed by his professional broadcast experience. His latest album was imagined as a soundtrack to Isaac Asimov's science fiction stories (link). [CC BY-NC-SA]

Ending Satellites from Bayonne France mix music with photography in a journey between pictures and melodies. Be sure to get the free deluxe version of their new album for its accompanying artworks! [Creative Commons BY-NC-SA]

The OO-Ray took part in disquiet's Instagr/am/bient: 25 Sonic Postcards in which artists composed music to accompany each other's insagram photos, using sonic and visual filters to explore the intersection of technology, aesthetics, and artistic process.

junior85 aka Tony Higgins has struck up a very cool collaboration with filmmaker Danny Cooke, which began here at the FMA and we wrote about last year. Danny commissioned a new soundtrack for his latest film about letterpress and movable type. Junior85's soundtrack to Upside Down, Left To Right - A Letterpress Film is now available under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license to inspire new works.

Blear Moon also inspired a Danny Cooke film, as featured in April's Tracks to Sync.  Now based in Prague, the Russia-born artist returns with another fantastic ambient release, Town of Two Houses.

Chris Zabriskie recently removed the NonCommercial clause from his work in favor of Attribution-only, and wrote an article, "Why I Went CC-BY," explaining his reasoning. His latest release, Undercover Vampire Policeman, is beautifully minimal and darkly cinematic, with excellent song titles to boot. [CC-BY]

image: "eight" AttributionNoncommercialNo Derivative Works Some rights reserved by Thomas Milne

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CC-BY Music Featured in the Web Series '8 for Vegas'

In September of 2011, I started editing the first season of my web series "8 for Vegas," a mockumetary about the NYC pool team Show Your Balls. I had a ton of footage, enough for 9 episodes... but was missing one crucial element: Music.

Earlier in the year, I shot video for a fundraising campaign and came across Kevin MacLeod's site of royalty-free music that is free to use commercially.

It was enormously helpful, and added a dimension to the series that only music can bring.

But I knew I was going to need a ton more music for the remaining episodes, and found myself at Soundcloud.com. Using their fantastic search feature, I was able to find a TON of music that was free to use commercially under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution license (the same license used by Kevin MacLeod).

We share all of our musical discoveries through a dedicated music page on our website. At the invitation of Jason from the FMA, we've also curated a mix of some selections for the Free Music Archive. I hope you enjoy it. There is not only fantastic music out there to use for your film and video projects, but also a bunch of great music to download and enjoy personally.

You can check out the first season of "8 for Vegas" here, and if you end up enjoying it, help us spread the word about season 2!

Thank you for reading!

John Painz

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all tracks licensed Creative Commons Attribution

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Tracks to Sync, May 2012

Tracks to Sync is a monthly mix of music curated with the video producer in mind.

 

1. Broke For Free [brokeforfree.com] is Tom Cascino from Santa Cruz. He's already had some fantastic viral internet hits like like "Something Elated" and "Calm The Fuck Down." "As Colorful as Ever" is a cut off his latest self-release, the chill-wave beat-oriented Layers. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial]

 

2. Sunhiilow [facebook] is Valérie Magisson from France. "Le Songe d'Hacolhii" is from the ambient/experimental album "From There To Here," released in a cd-r limited edition of 40 copies on Finland's Om Ha Sva Ha Ksha Ma La Va Ra Yam imprint. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike].

 

3. Jason Shaw's website audionautix is a fantastic resource for Creative Commons Attribution music in a range of styles. All he asks for is attribution in the form of a link back to his website. "Sidewalk" can be found in his 'Acoustic' collection.

 

4. Jahzzar is Javier Suarez from Gijón, Asturias. His website betterwithmusic.com offers creative music composed specifically for use in multimedia projects. "Siesta" can be found on the Traveller's Guide surveying contemporary music styles, and it is available under the CC Attribution-ShareAlike license. If you're not able to ShareAlike, you can secure more permissions through Jahzzar's website

 

5. Denmark's Quantum Jazz [quantumjazz.net] released End of Line, their second and final album, via Jamendo under a CC Attribution-ShareAlike license. Jamendo PRO offers a cool way to secure more permissions directly from the group.

 

6. GaBlé's 2003 netaudio release le sac de l enfer 1 is a recent add from France's Los Emes De Oso netlabel. It's chock full of intriguing lofi folk-hop beats. More music available at gableboulga.com. "humm ok" is CC BY-NC-SA.

 

7. CBC Radio's technology program Spark first introduced us to Bulgaria's Antony Raijekov (tony.cult.bg). "By the Coast" can be found on Jazz U, a 2003-2006 retrospective [CC BY-NC]

 

8. Julian Winter's Slow Movement (Human Workshop) is a beautiful collection of cinmatic, minimal compositions amidst processed field recordings. [julianwinter.de | CC BY-NC-SA]

 

9. Blank & Kytt have been releasing some killer beattapes on bandcamp, and "RSPN" comes off of their latest from March: Heavy, Crazy, Serious. [CC BY]

 

10. Wake is Matt Hettich from Oakland, CA. "Steppin" appeared on DUBLAB's Bonus Beat Blast, a Creative Commons BY set of 65 incredible instrumentals released as a special thank you for Proton Drive supporters.

 

11. Illocanblo is Russia's Ilya Bitekhtin making top-notch dubstep. "SmurfPulser" comes off "The Peony Lantern split w/ Bass Assassin, originally featured by Germany's Progolog. [CC BY-NC-SA]

 

12. The Monroeville Music Center is based in Calgary, Canada. The center seems to specialize in analog synth and concrete music recorded to reel-to-reel tape. More info is available at monroevillemusiccenter.blogspot.com. "Lee Redmond's Slow Motion Fender Bender" can be found on les défauts de fabrication, released as a cassette on Electric Voice and a free download [CC-BY]

 

This series is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

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Tracks to Sync, June 2012

Tracks to Sync is a monthly mix of music curated with the video producer in mind.

 

Solo Instrumentals

1. Gillicuddy [gillicuddy.net] is Andi Rhoden, whose newest album of solo accoustic guitar instrumentals are chock full of simple harmonies and gentle sincerity. Gillicuddy has been releasing Creative Commons music online for quite some time now, so be sure to check his website for more. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial]

 

2. We've already covered Kimiko Ishizaka's groundbreaking public domain recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations here, so if you are looking for a recognizable classical piano composition for your project look no further. [Open Goldberg Variations] [Creative Commons Zero (Public Domain)]

 

3. Mark Lejeune records under the name Circus Marcus [circusmarcus.net] and is buiding quite a catalogue of contemporary classical compositions and improvisations for piano.  Perfect soundtrack for your rainy day contemplations. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial]

 

4. Stephen Siebert's piano compositions have a jazzy elegance that could pair well with a foggy film-noir or pensive character study. His diverse selections offer a wide emotional pallette, so give them all a listen to find something that compliments your project. [myspace] [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

 

5. One last solo piano instrumental, this one from Russian composer Peter Rudenko [website]. Sparse and beautiful compositions with a strikingly cinematic quality, 15 Etudes has something for everyone. [Creative Commons Attribution]

 

Alt. Instrumentals

6. The Paniks [myspace] cover a wide range of mostly vocal works informed heavily by traditional Balkan folk music. The instrumental starts with a wonderfully meandering fiddle passage, but this long-player covers a lot of ground once the ensemble comes in. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike]   

 

7. This track from Pajaro [Happy Place Records] screams Spaghetti Western. Tremolo-heavy electric guitar makes way for a scorching trumpet, with a great rhthym section to back it all up - courtesty of the Budabeats label and Breitband. [Creative Commons Attribution

 

Powerfull / Driving

8. The Upsidedown's "E-Love" marries folk-pop vocals with an incredibly driving drum/electric guitar combo that will be sure to push your video wherever it needs to go. Featured recently on the Dead Bees Sampler #11, you'll find more great Creative Commons music at the Dead Bees label page. "E-Love" is licensed [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike].    

 

Mid-tempo Groove

9. Megatroid [megatroid.com] is a producer/beatmaker currently based out of Vancouver who hosts many of his creations on Soundcloud. He also presides over the Australian beat blog Futurebeats. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike]

 

Down-tempo Groove

10. Poland's Adubter brings the dubby slow groove with a sticky beat-based ambience for your syncing plesure. He's got more tracks up on his Jamendo page. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike]

 

Dreamy

11. Two of our featured Creative Commons labels (Beko-DSL & Crash Symbols) banded together to put out this compilation, featuring the hazy daydream "Window #3" from Two Bicycles. Find more on their Bandcamp page. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial]  

 

Atmospheric / Drone

12. Hiroshima's Gallery Six [bandcamp] creates fragile ambient textures and experimental sounds. "Hydroscope" lays down the drone and slowly builds with wave after wave of sandy tension. This comes to us via ElementPerspective, a netlabel focused on experimental sounds from Japan. [Creative Commons Attribution

 

13. With a haunting piano melody and a gloomy feedback/fieldrecording howl  "Fall Moon" will ratchet up the creepiness factor. This one comes from New York's Buildings and Mountains,who have a slew of drone and improvisation releases on their Bandcamp. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike]

 

14. Luminous in Number from Western Massachusetts builds impressive drones, with "Lichoned Forest" exuding a tranquil and almost blissful suspension of tones. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

 


 

This series is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Cover Photo BY-NC-ND 2.0 by filmingilman

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Tracks to Sync, July 2012

Tracks to Sync is a monthly mix of music curated with the video producer in mind.

 

1. Tyrannic Toy [Los Emes Del Oso] is a French experimental outfit. This track is notable for a number of reasons, but I really like the transition from the delayed electric guitar intro into the meaty rock groove. The excellent production on this track could give your project the extra aural polish you're looking for. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

 

2. Jiony [soundcloud] makes blissed electronica from his home base in Mexico City. This track has a great unobtrusive groove that could work as a bed for a variety of scenes and applications. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike]  

 

3. Dexter Britain has released two volumes of Creative Commons music on the FMA. Each one is filled with a diverse array of genres and moods, so dig into his repertoire and find something for your film. If you don't find something here, be sure to check his well-designed website that offers individual licenses for a multitude of uses. It also has a great browsing feature where you can filter his music by instrumentation, mood, and genre. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike]  

 

4. Ant Neely [webiste] is a writer, producer, and composer. This track may well be the whistle anthem of the Summer, and you know those only come around once in a blue moon. Upbeat and smiling. Also, check out this interview with Ant. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike]  

  

5. Super Flower is one half of infamous New Jersey industrial duo Smersh. I'm getting a real fashion avenue feel from these Vogue beats and runway breaks; this might be just what you need to strut your stuff on film. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike]  

 

6. This track is from the third release from Sacramento born visual artist David Mohr, who moonlights as electro-pop band FAVORS in addition to running a small imprint called Future Push. Expect bright electro sounds and a subtle beat. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial]

 

7. Jamie Evans [website] is an Irish musician specializing in composition for Film, TV, and Video Games. This track comes from his sample EP, a kind of trailer for his composition work. These four tracks sound straight out of Hollywood, so give 'em a try if you're shooting for studio sound on a budget. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike]  

 

8. Dan Warren [website] is the creator of a somewhat eccentric remix of President Obama's Audio Book, and this track is one of the instrumentals from that album. Turns out he's a gifted composer and sound engineer, in addition to an expert editor. Listen to them all for some innovative instrumentations and post-apocalyptic imagery. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

 

9. This mid-tempo ambient electronic track by Arizono Kazuhiro kind of sounds like the Postal Service without the vocals and could be just what you're looking for. [Creative Commons Attribution]

 

10. Give your video an international vibe with this acoustic guitar duet from Costa and Nero played in the style of the Greek Folk music Rebetiko. At least stick around till the rhythm kicks in around 1:20 and be sure to check the rest of the compilation for lots more great music in the Rebetiko style! [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

  

11. F.S. Blumm [myspace] gives us a chilled out guitar number with a lazy rhythm section, swinging and happy. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

 

12. This guitar exploration from Decade in Exile [bandcamp] creates a nice reverb-filled headspace with field recordings of rain and subtle electronics followed by a more straight-ahead electric jam. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

 

13. Kid Flicks [facebook] is an Athenian graphic designer and visual artist working with experimental electronic pop sounds. Check out this track for some great sync-ready independent pop music. [Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike

 


 

This series is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Cover Photo BY-SA by JoshuaDavisPhotography

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Autumn Selections for Audio & Video

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Horror Soundtrack

Music for horror flicks.

After you've wiped all the makeup off your zombie actor friends, it's time for the real scarey part -- picking out music for your horror flick. Music to Video has assembled a mix that will send shivers down your spine, make all the ghouls dance, and get grandma to climb out of her grave, just to tell you to turn down the volume.

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Tracks That Inspired Prelinger Archive Remixers

For our Past Re-Imagined As The Future video mashup contest, remixers were invited to use tracks from the Free Music Archive as the soundtrack to the Prelinger Archives. But what does that sound like, exactly? The answer is a lot of dub, some tape pops and hisses, and an overall attraction to all that's dark and strange.

We've assembled just a sliver of the songs that inspired our remixers here below, and we hope they'll continue to inspire future creative works of all types. Don't forget to keep voting for your favorite contest entries on our voting portal from now through Sunday, November 25 at 5pm ET.

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Music for Video: Stay Inside with the Electronic Devices

Cozy up next to your space heater's comforting humm, rest a warm laptop over your thighs, and use your headphones as earmuffs as you enjoy a collection of instrumentals made by machines. For our latest Music for Video selection, a mix of beeps, buzzes, clicks and whirrs. Few of these sounds come from an instrument you learned in band class. They are perfect for your sexy robot love stories, hackday montages, and lonely urban sunrises.

Before using any Creative Commons music for a project, you need to make sure you follow the track's license in order to avoid copyright infringement. To do this, just click on the track names and look on the right hand side of your screen. You can read more about the various Creative Commons license combinations here, and check out our help and faq for more information.

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Music for Video: Snowfall Soundtrack

A wintery mix of instrumental tracks perfect for your projects.

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Music for Video: Sonic Oddities and Doodads

For this sound collage edition of our Music for Video series, we present  a collection of elements to reporpose for your intro bumpers, loops, and transitions.

From simple beeps, mellow beats, and the occasional bark, we hope this helps you fill your digital craft box full of sonic whatevers to cut, paste and cover with glitter.

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Music for Video: April Showers

This is Snoop Dog's favorite Music for Video collection, because it's perfect for drizzle.

A mix of mellow, reflective and moody songs, perfect for watching Spring rainstorms outside your window. It's like lying upside down off the edge of your bed thinking about someone far away. Like walking home early in the morning, after sleeping somewhere you shouldn't have, while the streets are still wet. It's a mix that makes you want to throw away all your adderall and anti-depressants and feel everything.

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Bring May Flowers

A mix of songs that are inspired, euphoric, and a little flirty.

A collection of instrumentals for new loves, new creative challenges, and that feeling when the air outside perfectly matches your body temperature. A mix for noticing flowers on trees. For when all the girls start wearing skirts without tights again, and you leave your jacket at home. Let's go outside and enjoy every minute together.

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Music for Video: Back to School

Songs for tucking away your swimsuit, taking out a fresh pencil, and getting back to work. A collection of tracks with an energy of change and progress.

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Shooting Stars

Cool and crisp digital sounds that twinkle and sustain. A collection of songs for space travel and stargazing. Perfect for sci-fi projects, video games and jet pack instructional videos.

Photo by Kevin Dooley on Flickr.

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Holiday Instrumentals

Festive and sparkly instrumental tracks to deck out your Holiday projects. Featured artists include Dan LerchSilence Is SexyLive Action Fezz and Candlegravity, a San Franciscan living in Tokyo. Plus, a few songs from junior85Seth PartridgePeter Rudenko, Jared C. Balogh and Freddy & the Indifferents. I threw in a few wonky oddball tracks towards the end from from Simon MathewsonRainbroPompey, and No Monster Club. The final song by OWL BRAIN ATLAS features wind and chimes, and could be used for many other things that are trying to caputre a cold feeling.

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