Free Music Archive Alternatives
The Freesound Project is a collaborative database of Creative Commons licensed sounds. Freesound focusses only on sound, not songs.
- - Freesound is the most popular Web-based alternative to Free Music Archive.
- - Freesound is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Free Music Archive.
Easy way to create royalty free music. ecrett music uses sophisticated artificial intelligence to create professional sounding music for use in online videos, games and similar projects.
- - ecrett music is the most popular commercial alternative to Free Music Archive.
AudioJungle is part of Envato Market. At AudioJungle you can buy and sell royalty-free music and sound effects that are completely Podsafe for just a few dollars, which includes a Buyer Fee. The site is home to a bustling community of audio composers and producers.
Find thousands of podcasts to listen from, as well as completely new, unique shows that can’t be found anywhere else. Get great recommendations on new things to listen to. Podimo has a fair eco-system, sharing revenues with podcasts' creators.
- - Podimo is the most popular Android & iPhone alternative to Free Music Archive.
Whatfunk is a collection of music that can used in commercial and noncommercial projects for free, without having to ask for permission or giving attribution.
Filmstro enables you to sculpt music in real-time by controlling the three, Momentum, Depth and Power of our themes. Easily create professional soundtracks that are both dynamic and bespoke in minutes. Powerful frame-by-frame editing using Filmstro's Graph Editor.
- - Filmstro is the most popular Windows & Mac alternative to Free Music Archive.