Copyrights measures from platforms such as Twitch and YouTube are increasingly tight, leading content creators to have to look for ways to illustrate their projects with alternatives that do not infringe copyright. YouTube, for example, offers a free library with themes that you can use freely in your videos, but it is very limited, and in addition, it leads to many creators constantly using the same sounds, and thus limiting creativity .
Thinking of the creators, the website UseMySound gathers a list of themes that you can use for free in projects, including videos, podcasts, live streams, advertising, blogs and any other format you need. You only have to credit the authors and platform or, if you don’t want to, make a small donation of the amount you want. You can even use themes for commercial projects, under the same rules.
The platform is updated weekly with new themes, including different genres such as positive music, to relax, energetic, sentimental, and other environments, according to the mood needed for the projects.
The songs are presented in a list, with the name and author, that you can easily start listening to. If you like, you have the button on the side to download it, as well as the donation. You can also see special notes, if any theme has problems or restrictions on use on a particular platform.