With the aim to be not the biggest music library, only the best, Premiumbeat lives up to its name.
Launched in 2005 by Francois Arbour and his father Gilles Arbour, Premiumbeat is the first place I check for royalty-free music.
I’ve used music found here on big client projects and most recently for our Workflow Whisperer podcast.
Even though there are other places to find music online, I often find that the mixes are terrible. They sound muddy and overall like demo recordings.
The songs on Premiumbeat are all high fidelity. They also have a loop set of every song – basically a set of song stems that are isolations of one or more parts of the song mix.
If that’s not enough, they’ve also launched a great video editing blog. Run by post-production veterans Ashley Kennedy and Danny Greer, the blog features some of the best video editing-focused articles online.
If you value quality over quantity, check them out to keep up with the latest news and views in video post-production.
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