Find free music loops suitable for any kind of media project
PlayOnLoop offers hundreds of original music pieces and each piece also come as free music loops that be tested or that can actually be used as background music for any project including video games, mobile apps, YouTube videos, trailers, podcasts and other media. Every free loop can be used even for commercial projects. Here’s a small selection of our free music loops, you can find more instructions about how to download them below:
Free music for Videos
Free music for YouTube
Free music for Trailers
Choose one of our royalty free music categories:
Ideal music to use for impactful YouTube videos and trailers.
Perfect music for commercials, advertising and YouTube.
Simple and easygoing background music for any media.
Inspiring and meaningful music for films, games and trailers.
Upbeat and funny music for cartoons, comedy and animations.
Retro video game music: from 8-bit to 16-bit chiptunes.
Original music for holidays such as Christmas and Halloween.
Travel the world with our music with ethnic vibes.
Sounds of nature, metropolitan field recordings and more.
How to download this music for free?
Very simple! Once you’re inside the product page, just click on the yellow button Free Download or scroll the page down until you see the Free Download tab to see the download button. Check the example screenshot below to figure out where the tab is located:
How to use PlayOnLoop free music loops
The Free loops are basically a shorter edit of the Standard Loop, which has been also reduced in quality (22khz / 8 bit rather than 44khz / 16 bit). The other difference from paid products is the license, Free loops are released under the Creative Commons Attribute license, you can find all the license details here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
If you make use of free music loops, be sure to give credit in the project you’re creating and help this website and the artist behind it to get credited for his work – both the credit and license used should be placed such that a person who wants to know where the music came from should have no difficulty in finding it. Place the information in your project description field or in the credit screen of you game / app or in the webpage where you embed the video or have people download your product. Also, the Creative Commons license designed for the music loop should be always included.
Last but not least, did you know that the free music loops are downloaded more than 10,000 times each month? That’s a lot of bandwith and it does cost money, so if you regularly download and make use of free loops consider to donate or read some ideas to support this site. Also, do not forget to like and share this site or a music loop page you particularly love – thank you!