keep informed of the rules for using the Free Lofi audio library.
No tiers. No royalties. No subscriptions.
Personal-use and commercial-use projects are both allowed.
Attribution is not required but is always appreciated.
Though crediting freelofi.com is not required, if asked, be honest about where you got the music.
Free for creators, streamers, YouTubers, businesses, podcasters.
Free for use in an ad, in a podcast, in your video projects, in social media, in a restaurant, or a store.
Do not resell music as is. Do not claim you created the music. Do not use the music to discriminate. Do not use the music to promote violence. Do not repost the music on a stock music service. Do not share or distribute audio files.
If you wish to promote or share a musical work, advise the individual to visit freelofi.com.
A purchase is never necessary to use musical works in your projects. If a musical work is available for purchase, it is for those who wish to support the growth of the library.
If you ever do choose to support the freelofi.com library, thank you so much for giving.
Audio works on freelofi.com are not registered with content ID or other sound fingerprint services like Audible Magic. Mistakes can happen though as these services are not perfect, so if you receive a strike/claim/mute, please get in touch ASAP.
The musical works you’ll find on freelofi.com have either been produced by me, or created by a ghost producer. The ideal future of freelofi.com would be attaining a constant stream of donations that would enable me to commission more audio tracks.
Copyright-free and royalty-free are constantly misused terms.
Royalty-free essentially means that a customer only has to pay a licensing fee once. Once they have, they can use the music for as long as they wish (within the terms of the purchased license).
It does not mean free to purchase. And it does not mean free of copyright.
Freelofi.com is here to provide you with free royalty-free music. So not only can you download an album for free, you never ever have to pay additional fees to keep using it.
I am no expert, but here are some links to keep yourself informed: