Royalty-free music for use in videos, generated by artificial intelligence

Getting music on the web for a multimedia project, be it a video, podcast or some other work with similar characteristics, requires a meticulous selection work, since the license under which the audio to be used is shared defines the margins within the limits. which are allowed to use.

There are many alternatives to get royalty-free music tracks. In fact, some time ago we made a selection with our favorite options. However, the alternative we are reviewing today follows a different pattern than the previous options. It is not a sound bank or curated music library, but a music generator powered by artificial intelligence.

It is Soundraw, a tool that generates music from seven different genres, offering variants of them according to the state of mind indicated and the profile pursued by the video or work in which it is intended to use it.

After providing those data, the platform will automatically generate 30 tracks, which can be previewed before editing or downloading.

Through a simple editor, various settings can be made to customize the generated track. Its melodic structure, duration, note scale and even the BPM (speed measured in beats per minute) can be adjusted, to give a personalized touch to the track.

If you use Soundraw as an alternative to get the soundtrack of your next video, you can upload a sample clip to the platform, to preview it together with the music editor.

Although this portal is preferably designed for Chrome and its derived browsers, it works smoothly in Firefox.

An ambitious leap that the team plans to take after Soundraw is the future release of a plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, which would allow music to be generated and imported while working directly from popular applications in Adobe’s multimedia suite.

Unlike other AI-based music generators that we have reviewed previously, such as AiMi, Mubert, Amadeus Code and EN; This alternative takes your creations beyond the hearing delight of its users, since it allows you to download the generated material for use in derivative works, even if they have a commercial purpose.

Soundraw music can be used in almost any way, except for one important restriction: it is forbidden to distribute these tracks unaltered in song format (such as a Soundcloud or Spotify release, for example).

This tool is a young project, since it dates from February 2020 and its opening to the public was less than a month ago. Its origin took place in Japan, a country where the proposal had a good commercial reception, patented in the support of a series of local investors who in total contributed 65 million yen for its financing, a figure close to 600 thousand dollars.

Soundraw is still in beta. For this reason, their services are offered completely free of charge. The release of its final version, which will contain more sound options to use, the aforementioned plugin and other improvements is scheduled for October, so there is still time to take a closer look and take advantage of what it offers.

A good alternative to vary the content offered by the classic sound banks in search of something more original, respecting the copyright and the corresponding broadcasting permissions.

You can find more information about this tool and start using it (upon registration) at

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