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Copyright free music and sound effects for school projects
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Create your own music

GarageBand

  • GarageBand
    Part of the iLife suite for Macs. Use Magic GarageBand to personalize a song in minutes, loops to create your own song, or record an instrument/voice.

WolframTones

  • WolframTones
    Each composition is produced by running a program found by searching the computational universe, taking the pattern the program produces, and converting it to a musical score.

    For older students there is a math/science lesson here, for younger students just keep clicking the "create new" and "show variations" buttons until you get music you like.

Roc


  • Roc
    Aviary's music creator, use to simulate dozens of musical instruments including piano, guitars and drums. Create music loops and patterns.

Soundation

  • Soundation
    Online music studio with recording, effects, virtual instruments and over 600 free loops and sounds. Need to sign up for a free limited account, more features with paid account.

NoteFlight

  • Noteflight
    Compose, read, print and hear notation and guitar tablature right in your web browser. Sign up for free limited account, classroom accounts available.

Incredibox

  • Incredibox
    Drag and drop musical elements onto figure to animate the figure, try different combinations, mute and unmute for variation, record and share.

Looplabs

  • Looplabs
    Select from one of nine sound loop libraries, record your voice or imports sounds. Finished recordings can be downloaded.
 

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Create your own sound effects

Audacity

  • Audacity
    Free, open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds. Allows you to record live audio; edit sound files; cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together; or
    change the speed or pitch of a recording.


 

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Sources for free music

Jamendo

  • Jamendo
    Jamendo has a large selection of music licensed under Creative Commons, can be used as a radio or search for songs to download for noncommercial use

Digital History

  • Digital History
    These selections of historical music were selected because of their relevance to American History. Some of the music is from their servers and some is available on the web and is linked.

Jazz On Line

  • Jazz On Line
    Anthology of jazz music, available as MP3 or .ram

Free Music Archive

  • Free Music Archive
    The Free Music Archive is an interactive library of high-quality, legal audio downloads. Originally funded by The New York State Music Fund.
 

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Sources for free sound effects

SoundBible

  • Soundbible
    SoundBible.com offers free sound clips for download in either .wav or .mp3 format. Downloads are free with large download buttons for each format.

freeSFX

  • freeSFX
    The Foundation Sound Effects Library is the result of game sound design expert Stephan Sch├╝tze, over 150 free sound effects in MP3 format.

Soundclips

  • Soundclips
    Community powered site, its users share, upload, and download sound clips. No need to register to download.
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