I am looking for music for 150 short (from approximately 1.20 min to 10.00 minutes) fitness videos.
Audience is primary YouTube population with a focus on women (however, exercises are targeted on male population too). Niche age: 20 – 50 years old people trying to lose weight get in shape, be healthier etc.
Video starts with narration (about 30 seconds of narration) at this part music is silenced, and when the narration stops, there is more focus on music.
I am looking for some type of electronic music (sth around 130 bpm), energetic, with beat, sth in a house, techno, minimal direction – of course, I am open for suggestions
It is important to bring out that we would use the same piece in all 150 videos;
Also, if possible, I am looking for a piece that could be prolonged with some type of loop (so we could basically use the same music it in a 2 minute or 10 minute video).
Now, since we have YT partnership, I cannot stress enough how important it is for us to have no legal issues with the copyright part.
I also have a question – I am not sure which “type” of copyright should we use/purchase, since we plan to include one purchase (one music) in all 150 videos.
Thank you for your reply!
You can have a look at this music package including some house music that should fit your needs
You see the table of content in the description whats included in the pack. Also you can off course look at the individual songs.
I have a couple of tracks up with a minimal/tech-house feel. All three tracks are in 128BPM.http://audiojungle.net/item/stockholm-nightlife/668181
Feel free to contact me if you want something edited or custom made.
Check out this track…http://audiojungle.net/item/drop-it-like-its-cold/547510
or this one…http://audiojungle.net/item/up-tempo/488653
Here’s the info on licensing.http://audiojungle.net/wiki/support/legal-terms/licensing-terms/
Please try this one: http://audiojungle.net/item/trance-continental/548568
I will soon have more Dance/Electronica tracks up, so please feel free to check my profile. Most of my tracks are recorded at 120 bpm. Even the majority of my non-dance tracks.
Consider this track:
At 138 bpm it is a good match for power walking, moderate cycling, jogging, or warm-up exercise. The energy level grows gradually towards the end of the track, reaching the peak around 50 sec.
You will get 2 versions:
1. 0:56 version loops seamlessly. 2. 1:00 same as above but ends with a big hit / noise splash ring-out