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Free sounds

Free sounds (variety of sounds) by Bigbestapp on Pinterest. (You will need a Pinterest account to access these.)

Freesound - You can view the license of each audiofile.

Soundjay - free sounds you can download (wav or MP3)

New Zealand bird songs and calls Department of Conservation (NZ)

 

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Collaborate in audio

Soundtrap is great for when you're collaborating on the same soundfile online. You can record with your mic right into the space, or upload MP3 files, or use its loop library to create sounds. Once you're finished you could download your file as an MP3 and possibly share in Soundcloud. But, you could also share out a public link from Soundtrap itself.

Free music

How to find free music for videos lists 33 free music resources, and it also explains the types of licenses for music use.

Free Music Archive is a platform for collaboration between curators and artists, including radio stations, netlabels, venues, artist collectives, museums, music festivals and more. The FMA provides a legal and technological framework for curators, artists, and listeners to harness the potential of music sharing.

Free Music Archive on YouTube.

Royalty-free music on Incompetech

Musopen - royalty free music

PublicDomain4U - great historical music recordings free to play and share legally

YouTube Audio Library - music you can download to use in projects online and offline

Flashkit - offers more than 7,000 royalty-free music loops 

Free-Loops - offers more than 7,000 musicians' loops, including many drum beats and various instruments