How To Get Started

Step 1 Create a free account (there's no catch) by clicking on the SIGN-UP link in the top right corner of the site. You'll then be sent an email to confirm and validate your account with us.

If you don't receive the email within 10 minutes, look in your spam/junk folder. If it's still not there, you can try to resend the validation email. To stay up to date with new music and promotions that can help you as a Creator, whitelist us so you don't miss future emails.

After validating your email, go back to the same top right-hand corner and log in. You can then browse our music library and download as many tracks as you like. Alternatively, you can play the entire album in the sidebar using Spotify or click on one of the streaming platform icons at the top of each album.

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Step 2 Once you've found a track you want to download, click on the download icon and save the track to your device. If you're using an iPhone or iPad, the track will probably be saved in your FILES. You'll have to navigate to FILES to find and use it.

The two icons next to the download icon are for giving credit/attribution and sharing.

In case you're wondering, the answer is yes. You should absolutely share your favorite tracks. It helps us out, but it also helps other Creators looking for safe music to use in their content.


Step 3 If your project allows you to give attribution, click on the "C" icon to the right of the download icon. That will pop open this small window with the attribution information for that track. Notice the small copy icon in the bottom right corner. Click on that, and it will copy the track attribution information to your clipboard. Now paste that information into the description of your video or live stream. Where you paste it into your description doesn't matter.

* If you're using multiple tracks at once, you can add a single attribution of "Music by" in your description.

Please read our FAQ if you have further questions.

It's that easy. Now go create something incredible with the music!