If you are finding sound used in your games, following are where you can find lots of them, be it free or paid.
- Freesound – Free sound has a different variety of sound effects, voices, and more. It has great ambient music for free. You will only need to navigate their website through the tag cloud to find specific songs that you are looking for.
- Free Music Archive – A royalty-free music provider, well, that is the Free Music Archive. They have worked with another company that has creative commons and other sources that makes free music. They also have licensing, but some only ask that you need to feature the song to its original artist. In using this website, to search for the music, it is quicker if you will search it according to the genre that you like.
- SoundCloud – The music under this site are under Creative Commons license, so you are relatively free to use as long as you obey their rules. You can search for your ambient music by tracks, podcasts, artists, and bands.
- YouTube Audio Library – The YouTube Audio Library has the same library from Spotify. You can search for the music through the instrument, mood, genre, and duration. Also, they have a popularity filter that you can see on their most popular list.
- BenSound – They have unique music that you cannot find other websites. But they also provide Pro license for others who want to pa for the music. Free download is also available, but you need to attribute the artist to it.
- IncompeTech – What great of this website is that they have two options, the free ad paid ones. If you want free, you will only need to feature artists. But some music is not for attribute and needs to be born with an amount of $30.
- Dig.ccmixter.org – This website is one of the most popular one to use. They have three sections for music, including video, film, video games, and commercials. So generally, all types are music. They have it!
- PlayOnLoop – PlayOnLoop is one of the most original and affordable music and sound effects libraries with a large varieties of free music loops that can be used in games.
- Musopen – It provides recordings, sheet music, and textbooks to the public for free, without copyright restrictions.
- Free Game Sounds – The site is straight forward. You can browse royalty free music and sounds for your games.
- PacDV – Their sounds have been featured in a variety of independent films and videos, television programs, documentaries, commercials, games, radio shows, and new media projects.
- SoundImage – Over 2000 tracks of my original music and sound effects, over 4000 images, as well as original game art and video footage that you are welcome to freely use in your films, games and projects.
- Bfxr – Bfxr is an elaboration of the glorious Sfxr, the program of choice for many people looking to make sound effects for computer games.
- jfxr – This is an online port of Bfxr.
- Audacity – A free multi-track audio editor and recorder which supports Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems.
- Audiotool – An online music producer.