YouTube offers royalty-free music library to creators

RHIAN JONES

YouTube is giving away more than 100 royalty-free instrumental tracks to creators who want to add music to their videos as well as opening its paid subscription option to more video channels.

The company said there will be "more to come" regarding the free catalogue, called the YouTube Audio Library, suggesting that more tracks may be added over time.

A paid subscription tier was launched earlier this year, but allowed only a handful of channels to participate. There are ...

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