Being a YouTuber is not easy task at all, most of all when you have to think about a zillion things to get organized to create your videos. YouTube loves creators, and, in fact, only yesterday released two new features, making creators’ life much easier. From now on you’ll have access to a ton of free-to-use new music and a creators’ newsletter; this last one to keep you posted on all important events and updates happening at YouTube.
A Ton of Free Music at Your Fingertips
Of course, music is an enormously important component when you’d like to create great video content, and having high-quality music at your disposal is always good. Music is powerful, and sometimes can really make the difference. Take the example below for instance: a very simple piece of content transformed in a clip viewed more than 82 million times, and most of all because of the soundtrack.
YouTube knows soundtrack and music is critical in video creation. They have only yesterday announced the launch of the YouTube Audio Library. If you are a YouTuber, you’ll now have access to over 150 royalty-free music tracks you can add to videos, naturally available for free and forever. All tracks can be downloaded in MP3 files (320 Kbps).
You should be able to find a link to the audio library in your video manager. Of course, you can filter music content by duration, genre, instrument, mood, tracks and so on.
Moreover, since the library is free to all, YouTube also accepts music from anyone interested in submitting original tracks. If you are a musician and have work you’d like to submit to improve the library’s content, you can reach out to YouTube by submitting a request from this page.
Creator Pulse Newsletter
There is always a lot of stuff going on at YouTube, on a daily basis. It may be sometimes difficult as well as stressful to keep track of all important events and updates. YouTube has thought about that too. Only yesterday they announced launching the first newsletter for creators. This one, as a matter of fact called Creator Pulse, is basically a digest of how other creators are using YouTube – for you to get some inspiration – as well as all updates about products, programs education and more.
If you’d like to receive these kinds of notifications from YouTube, simply go to your Account Settings > Email > tick the box close to All YouTube newsletters. Furthermore, YouTube will include these newsletters on the Creator Hub in the foreseeable future.
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