Want to know more about our free royalty free music tracks?
We’ve put together a few FAQs to help give you the low down on our music:
Where can I use Filmstro's free royalty-free music?
We want these tracks to be accessible so you can use our free music on most personal social media (e.g. YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo) and even submit it to some film festivals. There’s a licence document with every track you download, so check that out for more information.
How does music licensing work for the free tracks?
For the free royalty-free tracks on this page, it’s simple: just download the tracks you want. Each track is accompanied by a licence document to prove that you can use the music. If you want to get more creative and start customising our royalty-free music, download the app and take a look at our paid subscriptions!
Is there more music?
Yes! We release new royalty-free tracks into our app for our subscribers every week By taking out a subscription you will receive every single new track as an automatic update to the Collections section inside the App.
How do I access/download your free royalty-free music?
We’ve tried to keep it simple: click the download button next to the track that you want, open the ZIP folder and extract the MP3 then drop it into the timeline in your editor.
Do I have to credit you if I use the music on this page?
You don’t have to, but we’d love it if you did! Just put a link back to this page (https://filmstro.com/music) in the description of your video so that others can also find us.
Can I download your free music in bulk?
No – currently, you can only download our free royalty-free music on a track by track basis.
Can I get a shorter/longer version of any tracks?
Yes, with our paid-for subscriptions you can extend or shorten the length of any track and even use musical endings for songs.
Is the music here REALLY free to download and use royalty-free?
Yep! We’ve made these specifically for creators in the market for free-royalty free soundtracks. We understand that good music is hard to come by, so we’re trying to help.