It’s a new round of eBento, and it has taken me a couple days to catch up. I was out sick on the 11th, and then well, I wanted to have my birthday, March 12th, to friends and family, because it was my Birthday, and also to prepare this video!
There are so many awesome creators set up for your shopping pleasure.
Please take this URL to the event, and please check out the following information that could be useful to any and all bloggers, especially if you use music in your videos.
Make sure to check out the event, and also, I noticed that a couple of the creators have left a gift out for you. So, you know you do not want to miss those.
Side note… I needed to add little gold stars to some of the ADs to add modesty. Youtube cracks down hard on non-PG content, and I really do not wish to be penalized. And I also didn’t want to not include the creators in this video… so, GOLD STARS! hehe.
I thought I would take a moment and share something that may help you, as a Youtube content creator, or even if you need music for another project. I am pretty sure this will help you, regardless of where you use the music.
I always try to match the slides to something upbeat and cool, and I also love to use a stream called, NoCopyrightSounds, when I am adding music to my videos. Alas, I have found that the templates I choose for my slides either A) the photos do not fit the music or, B) the music doesn’t fit the photos, and I end up playing the same song over and over until it works it’s self out.
I figured out a way to combat this, however…
NoCopyrightSounds has these compilations of their best mixes… normally lasting about an hour, and since the average time I need for these slides is about 5-7 mins, I thought I would share these lists with each of these slide videos.
In this case, I am using the NCS: The Best of 2020 list. Each song is listed in the description, plus the extras of course I didn’t use.
If you create content for Youtube and seem to run into issues with licensing issues, then may I suggest using this content creator’s music? All you need to do is follow their rules. It’s not difficult, all they want is credit for the music. All the info is in the description of each video.
When you are using this track, we simply ask that you put this in your description:
Track: Chris Linton & Cadmium – Slow Down [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/X9ocnkaozwc Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.lnk.to/CSlowDown Video by: https://moxieart.co
This is the info for the second song, in case you were wondering.
If you check my other videos, with music included, I always include this information.
I have been using their service for years now. It’s by far my favourite service, and the music is pretty good, if this is your genre… and even if it is not, it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your Youtube content.
Anyway, I hope that this, Tutorial, in a sense, has helped you!