Where to Find Copyright Free Techno and Dubstep Music

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If you’re looking for some great techno and dubstep tracks to use in your next video, look no further! In this blog post, we’ll show you where to find copyright free techno and dubstep music.


YouTube offers an extensive collection of copyright-free techno and dubstep music. This can be a great resource for your workout playlist or for your next party. You can find a variety of music to suit your taste, and it’s all free to use.

Creative Commons

YouTube has a system in place called Creative Commons that allows producers to mark their videos with certain usage rights. These rights range from “All Rights Reserved” to “CC0” which means the video is in the public domain. You can use the advanced search filter on YouTube to find only videos that have been marked as Creative Commons, and many of these videos will also be labeled for commercial use. Of course, even if a video is labeled for commercial use, you should always check with the producer to get explicit permission before using it in your own work.

Free Music Archive

The Free Music Archive is an online database of royalty-free music. The site was launched in 2009 and is maintained by WFMU, a New Jersey-based radio station. The music on the site is available for download and streaming, and is divided into various genres. In addition to techno and dubstep, you can also find ambient, hip-hop, classical, and more.

To find copyright-free techno and dubstep music on the Free Music Archive, simply select one of the genre tabs at the top of the page and then use the search bar to narrow down the results. You can also browse by artist, album, or popularity. If you’re not sure where to start, try checking out some of the featured artists or albums.


Creative Commons

Techno and Dubstep music often use a lot of samples from other tracks. This can pose a problem when trying to find music that you can use for your own projects as you need to make sure that any samples used are free from copyright.

Creative Commons is a great resource for finding copyright-free music. Simply search for tracks tagged with a Creative Commons license and you can use them in your project without worrying about copyright infringement.

Free Music Archive

The Free Music Archive offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses. We also offer a very large repository of free birthday songs you can use in your projects.

Here you can find almost any kind of music except for MP3 download.The classification is not perfect and sometimes may be inaccurate.


Kevin MacLeod is a composer who offers his work under the Creative Commons Attribution license. This means that you can use his music in your own projects as long as you give him credit. MacLeod’s website, Incompetech, has a huge selection of songs in a variety of genres, including techno and dubstep.

Royalty Free Music

Incompetech is a great place to find copyright and royalty free techno and dubstep music. You can browse by genre, popularity, or recent additions, and all of the music on the site is free to download and use.

The site also has a section of “Free Music For Videos,” which is a great resource if you’re looking for background music for your YouTube videos or other projects. All of the music in this section is free to use, but you must credit Incompetech in your video or project.

Finally, Incompetech also offers a paid “Music for Podcasts” service, which gives you access to a library of over 200 tracks that you can use on your podcast without having to credit Incompetech. The service costs $99 per year, but it’s a great option if you’re looking for high-quality, royalty-free music for your podcast.

Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a system that allows you to legally use
copyrighted material for free. You can find a huge amount of music under the Creative Commons license, and it is legal to download, sample, and use this music in your own compositions. Some famous DJs and producers have released their tracks under Creative Commons, including Skrillex, Zedd, and Porter Robinson. This means that you can legally use these tracks in your own dubstep or techno compositions without infringing on copyright law.


Bandcamp is a site where you can buy and sell music. They have a section where you can find free music. The free music is usually creative commons or copyright free. You can find techno and dubstep music in the free section.

Creative Commons

Bandcamp is a site that allows artists to upload and sell their music. The site also has a section dedicated to Creative Commons music. This is music that is free to download and use, as long as the artist is credited. You can find a lot of great techno and dubstep music in the Creative Commons section of Bandcamp.

Free Music Archive

The Free Music Archive offers free downloads under Creative Commons and other licenses. We also offer a very large repository of free birthday songs you can use in your projects.

The FMA is a non-profit endeavor by WFMU, the most renowned freeform radio station in America. Radio has always offered the public free access to new music. The Free Music Archive is a continuation of that purpose, designed for the age of the internet. It was launched in 2009.

As WFMU DJ and Station Manager Charlesucci said: “The problem with most Internet radio is that it’s all about repeating the hits – you don’t usually get to hear anything new or unexpected.” The Free Music Archive is an attempt to remedy that.

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