Many users of our stock music library have been somewhat confused about the copyright situation with regards to Classical music and Traditional music. Many know that a musical composition becomes Public Domain 75 years after the death of the composer — or indeed if the composer is unknown, like in traditional music — but few understand why these are still under copyright and can’t be exploited at will, without buying a license from the copyright holder, usually the Publisher. We have tried to explain this in our latest article: Copyrights in Classical music and Public Domain music. We hope it’s useful to some of you. Comments are welcome.
Royalty-free music collection from Shockwave-Sound
These are pre-packaged, ready made collections of music that we have put together at a considerably lower price than what each track would cost individually.
Long-playing, uninterrupted music background tracks for business, industry, science, technology, community and more.
A “road trip” of Rock, Americana, Country and Blues from Philip Curran
A chilled and smooth collection of easy, melodic Pop background music.
A great collection of Light rock and Pop-rock tracks with a feel-good ‘wind in your hair’ type feel.