YouTube launches royalty-free music library

Tom Pakinkis

YouTube has launched a 150-strong library of free music for video creators.

The YouTube Audio Library was announced at the beginning of August with the platform saying that more tracks would be added to the initial clutch over time.

The library can be found at YouTube.com/AudioLibrary and features tracks based on mood, instrument, duration, genre and other categories.

At the end of 2014, a YouTube Space will be opened in New York City with production resources similar to its facilities ...

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