Jewelbeat: royalty-free music

I have been working with a Year 7 class this week on a digital research project. I have also been explaining about responsible use of music and images for their final product. We have looked a few creative commons sites (I have a web page explaining CC and links to useful sites on the intranet) Today I had a look at another good source of free sounds and music for multimedia projects via the CoolCat Teacher blog (Vicki Davis). Her post about Jewel Beat lead me to the site. It hosts hundreds of sounds and music that you can download, reuse, and remix for free. Below are some samples from Jewel Beat.

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Rhondda Powling, James Michie. James Michie said: RT @BiblioKat: A brief post about Jewelbeat: royalty-free music: http://t.co/mfKo31c. Easy to use and offers students some good ideas […]

  2. Sweet. Thanks. Perfect. Music is really good and can’t believe it is free!!!!

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