The F.S.M Royalty Free Music System is organized slightly differently from the example pages that guest see on the public website. At the top of every track listing page, there is a custom search term input box: searches are based on the text exactly as it is typed into the input box (non-case sensitive). If you want to find a track that you found on the example listing pages, you can type the name of the track here. Click the "magnifying glass" button to begin a new search. There is also a drop-down selector located in the right-hand column of the frame: To access all of the predefined music search keywords, select from one of the following five categories: "Music Genre or Style", "Composer or Producer", "Music for Emotions and Moods", "Dramatic Category", "Main Musical Instrument(s)" and "Special Use, Holidays". Here is a screenshot of the "members" system interface:
The following are quick links to the resources offered at freesoundtrackmusic.com. (More specific technical support and usage questions are answered on the FAQs page.
For a quick description of how to meet the requirements for using the FREE music compositions in your film, video, multimedia, game or app read the Music Licensing Terms
If you are subscriber (registered user) trying to figure out how to use the USER TRACKBOARD function, or do CUSTOM SEARCHES on the full production music library, check out the Production Music Library System User Guide
For a more detailed discussion of how you can get login access to download the "1-credit" tracks go to the Purchase Credits page
February 12: New contributor Steve O'Connell brings a collection of compositions mainly in the cinematic and orchestral genres.
Preview #1 - Steve O'Connell, "Delivery from Evil":
Preview #2 - Steve O'Connell, "To the Battlefield":
February 10: Fresh_sound has added 15 new tracks of soundtrack music ranging in style from acoustic folk to synthesized electronica:
Preview #1 - Fresh_sound, "Acoustic Dreams":
Preview #2 - Fresh_sound, "The 80s":
January 19, New F.S.M contributor Daniel Brown has added 5 tracks including:
Daniel Brown - "Mountain Melodies":
Electronic music composer Steve Lowther has added an epic synthetic soundtrack composition which could provide the right audio backdrop for video travelogues, scenic vistas or outdoor adventuring called "Hot Air Ballooning":
New Release for November 20, 2017: "The End of Slavery" by Joerg Schnitzler:
This track is in the cinematic orchestral style which characterizes Joerg Schnitzler's compositions. The music suggests themes or narratives that are epic in scope, and would fit nicely into feature-length film soundtracks:
Joerg Schnitzler offers a range of new tracks in the classic cinematic orchestral style. From the ominous (but somewhat whimsical) "Army Of The Reptile Gods" to the powerful epic "Montana Trek", there is plenty of good soundtrack material for a wide range of dramatic video production uses. You can preview and download this new music from Joerg's Music Listing Page @ Free Soundtrack Music.
Get to know more about the backgrounds of the music composers who contribute compositions to the FSM library by reading the Composer Bios: