4 days ago
I'm sure you've heard us mention it before, but theaddisonsmith and I are both musicians! I have been playing the violin since I was 6 years old and he picked up the guitar at age 10. Since we both graduated with music degrees, we love the topic of podcast Intro and Outro Music.
Honestly, there are really only two options for you to get music for your podcast:
✨WAY 1: ROYALTY-FREE✨
Royalty-free music allows unlimited uses, and there aren't any additional fees after you choose to purchase it. So, what this looks like for you is that you can go on a royalty-free website such as Instant Music Now or Free Music Archive, listen to a bunch of recordings, pick one you think would sound best for your show and voila! You have intro and outro music!
✨WAY 2: CUSTOM COMPOSED✨
An alternative to royalty-free music is to have your Intro and Outro music custom-composed. If you have an idea of what kind of music you'd like, to make this happen, you would need to find someone who is a musician, producer, and songwriter who can take your vision and make it a reality. (See the video above!)
If you'd like to learn more about having a custom composition for your show, feel free to check out www.akpodcasting.com/services. Fortunately, this is a service we offer and because you are reading this post, mention it to us and you will receive $25 off our Custom Intro and Outro Music Package!
So friend, I hope by now now you've got a basic understanding of how to get intro and outro music for your new podcast! To hear the pros and cons of each option, head to Coffee with Kristi wherever you listen to podcasts and tune in to today’s episode. I’m so excited for you to grow your influence, impact, and income with a podcast!
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