RULES OF THE INTERNET

Are you a creator in some fashion looking for free music for your creations? 

TWITCH

Did You Know?

It is a violation of Twitch policies to stream or upload content containing copyrighted music unless you have the appropriate rights or authority to share such music. 

Read more about Twitch Music Guidelines

YOUTUBE

Did You Know?

YouTube uses an internal music database called “Content ID” filled with almost all popular music. YouTube will demonetize videos and take down streams with music that are found to be copyrighted.

Read more about YouTube Copyright Policies 

 

FACEBOOK

Did You Know?

Under Facebook’s rules, you can only post content to Facebook that doesn’t violate someone else’s intellectual property rights. Violation of these rights can result in demonetization or permanent banning.

Read more about Facebook Copyright Policies

PODCASTS

Did You Know?

There are lots of different platforms for podcasts: Apple, Spotify, Anchor, etc. Each platform has different rules for music copyright. There is no guarantee your podcasts won’t get taken down on any platform with copyrighted music.

MOVIES, GAMES, ETC

Did You Know?

Gamemakers, filmmakers, playwrights, dancers, writers, directors, Martians, globetrotters, Episcopalians, etc. all have difficulty navigating the legal and logistics of searching for music for their creations. 

Thus Free Music Land is born!

The music in Free Music Land, is given freely by its citizens for your usage in almost any way you see fit. The licenses here will give you the legal permission to use the songs on all platforms and mediums.

The only requirement is that you give attribution (written credit) and a link back to their Free Music Land page.

NOTE: FML Tools and Robots to guarantee 100% guarantee the efficacy of the music on this site are in development. Any and all communications you may recieve from Facebook, YouTube, etc should be reported to us.

YOU MUST GIVE CREDIT

All FML music is the property of the artists/publishers who upload them.

All FML Artists allow their music to be used for free with Attribution.

You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

YOU GIVING CREDIT is the most vital part of the exchange. If you do not give credit, forever bad juu-juu upon you and your family.

How to give Credit

When downloading a song, you will be given an option to download the license as a pdf which will contain the the preferred attribution. It will also contain the full license for your records.

FML is working on tools to help seamlessly integrate the licensing with your content. Please help support our mission.

How? Why?

FREEMUSIC.LAND IS FUELED BY CREATIVE COMMONS

An introduction

One goal of Creative Commons is to increase the amount of openly licensed creativity in “the commons” — the body of work freely available for legal use, sharing, repurposing, and remixing. Through the use of CC licenses, millions of people around the world have made their photos, videos, writing, music, and other creative content available for any member of the public to use.

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Creative Commons licensing requires that you give written credit to the artist when using their music within your media content. This must include the artist name, song name, and a link to the song where possible.

Acceptable attribution example:

Music: “Witness” by Pretty Beggar – https://www.freemusic.land/song/witness/

This attribution can go in the description of YouTube videos, in Twitter/Instagram captions, or in the credits of your show/film.