When creating a video for YouTube we always search for a perfect music to accompany it, but at last most of us end up using a copyrighted audio files. This will get us into further trouble with the content ID claims on the audio of your videos uploaded on YouTube. To help you on this, with more than 150 royalty-free instrumental tracks to use up on your videos for free YouTube has launched the Audio Library.
With the YouTube Audio Library, content creators has access to a diverse collection of high-quality music which include more than 150 royalty-free instrumental tracks that can be used for free, forever, for any creative purpose. It can be used not only in YouTube videos but also anywhere outside YouTube.
Content Creators can access the Audio Library (youtube.com/audiolibrary) under their video manager and browse the tracks by mood, genre, instrument and duration. Users can listen to the audio tracks instantly and download the tracks in high quality 320 Kbps MP3 files.
In addition musicians who are interested in contributing to the YouTube Audio Library can contact YouTube through filling up a web form.
This will really help creators to enhance their content by adding up the perfect track to their videos. Do let us know what do you think about this Google initiative?