Copyright free sounds and videos can be hard to find!I initially searched for appropriate sound effects that I wanted to use for a podcast. I didn’t find what I needed in a reasonable amount of time, so here’s a list for you so you don’t have to spend a long time as I did.
Here are some great resources for free stock sounds!
Freesound has an outdated appearance but don’t let that fool you! There are tons of sounds to choose from, all royalty free.
I love the Musopen Music Discovery Tool and was able to quickly find this piece by Johannes Brahms. I also learned a lot about the pieces that I did research with their factual information prefacing each download. Note: you need to register for a free account to download.
Unsplash is the site that inspired Wowa. As of this post, there are only 16 tracks available. However, they are very unique and conveniently labeled with their respective BPMs. Here’s Bowers + Wilkins, my favorite on this site. It reminds me of Glass Animals! In those days 1R16 will be useful for a couple of projects that I have in mind.
Let’s move onto some great resources for free stock videos!
F word as a value:
Free. Yes, our videos are free and we’re aiming to keep them that way. Not because we don’t believe that a good video deserves to be paid for, but because we know many businesses can’t afford these and there’s so much beautiful footage out there that will never be used unless shared with the public.
Motion Places provides creatives with free stock footage from around the world. We believe that simple is best and quality matters. We film, edit, and curate everything in the collection. There are no ads, no affiliate links, and no sign-up requirements. Just a simple, curated, and growing collection of beautiful footage you can use.