Enrich your video with the YouTube’s new background Music Library | VIS Network

YouTube already launched an audio library on Wednesday. Any YouTube creator now has access to more than 150 royalty-free instrumental tracks that you can use for free.

As we all know that music is our only friend that accompanies us in every situation or mood, so, it’s indisputable that music holds much power. The right song at right moment adds extra flavour in life. Keeping these things on mind, YouTube is helping you out to make your video more interactive and interesting by adding attractive music to excite and entertain your viewers.

“We searched far and wide for musicians to create tracks for us and ended up finding co-conspirators in multiple places: an acquaintance down in L.A., music houses across the country and a well-known music producer in Brooklyn. And it turns out the latter produced albums for Phish and Sean Lennon.” YouTube wrote on its official blog.

Adding background music is just so easy like “click and go” with YouTube. The video manager feature allows you to go through options based on genre, mood, instrument, and duration. You can choose any one of these that best suits your video and get good comments. Users can download the tracks as 320 kbps MP3 files and add them to videos.

For a full look at the audio library, click here.

So, have you tried uploading your video with the best suiting background music? If not then what shall you do now?

• Jump into your YouTube account and try uploading video right away. It’s just as simple as it is.
• Share it among your friends and let them know too.
• Want some help or ideas? Contact us at info@visnetwork.com.au or simply dial 0431 041 875.

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