Douglas answers questions from students in Janet Wilcox’s online Voiceover class at UCLA Extension.
You can create your own music in GarageBand and assemble loops and other things like that. You can get music from royalty-free sources who freely make their music available like Kevin MacLeod over at Incompetech.com. I’ll put a link in the show notes for this video. Kevin produces tons of great music that he offers up for YouTubers and other podcasters to use for free. He also has a commercial license where you can pay him a relatively small fee — I think it’s like $100 — and even use his music in commercial projects as much as you wish. Don’t avoid those types of possibilities out there, but make sure that you’re using something that is freely available for you to use and, the way I look at it, the best way of doing that is creating everything yourself.
Links mentioned in this video:
Royalty Free Music
Kevin MacLeod – http://incompetech.com
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