Music for Clips
This is my royalty free offer of music clips. Media content for insta, youtube ... Originally I produced them as background my own videos, but they have multiple uses on the net. You can stream them for free in the port5 player and if want to you use them in your production, you can do so for a few cents and are safe of blocking and monetization ads and upload filters on youtube.
Music is an important style element for a video. It can convey feelings, amplify moods or create them in the first place. Music can vitalize scenes in which acoustically "nothing happens. And what works for videos also works for presentation, commercials or websites. If you are looking for music that will be remembered, this is the place for you.
In the clip table you can find the current clips for downloading. The first column contains the titles as links for preview. A click here starts the port5 Player for playback. You can listen to all clips in full length and with full quality. If you want to use a clip in your own production, commercial or hobby, you can click the store symbol and store it on your computer. You will need a license for this, which you can buy in packets of 10 for 0.49€ each. Details can be found here: Purchase.html.
The size of the clip table depends on your display size. On a computer or tablet you will see next to the title a short description, since when the title is online, the duration, tempo in beats per minute and how many points the users have given so far. On a smartphone you will probably see only the name, duration and the bpm. In the first row you see buttons for sorting. As usual in tables,the clip table will be sorted according to the column below the button. With a click on "Original Sorting" you can restore the original display.
The Port5 Player is startet with a click on the name in the cliptable and plays the current clip.
Default is continuous playback, which means that after the clip the next one in the clip table is played. This helps you to find Clips with similar bpm or length by sorting the table according to bpm or legth before you start the playback.