Royalty Free Music for Wedding Videos

Royalty Free Wedding Music – Available Now!

As it gets easier to download popular music for wedding videos, copyright infringement laws are getting stricter. Many wedding video companies have found themselves paying stiff penalties for improper use of music. It’s important for wedding professionals to find high quality alternatives at a reasonable cost. Luckily, there are royalty free wedding music choices provided by

High Cost Contemporary Music Licensing

Regardless of a couple’s taste, wedding professionals must either choose wedding video music themselves from the huge selection available, or buy the rights to the specific piece of music the couple requests. Unfortunately, the cost of paying royalties to large companies in order to use both traditional and contemporary original wedding music in videos, ceremonies and at receptions is extremely expensive. Wedding videographers and others that handle many such projects might expect to pay thousands of dollars per month in order to legally use popular wedding music.

And because every client is different and has different musical tastes, these professionals must make sure they have a very large and comprehensive library of wedding music to choose from. Each project must be unique. It should accurately capture the spirit of the big day and the personality of the marrying couple. Not every wedding videographer and professional can afford the exorbitant royalty fees associated with the music.

Low Cost Royalty Free Wedding Music

At TuneGorilla, wedding videographers will find selections of royalty free music they can seamlessly integrate as background music. They can find production music representing every musical genre from traditional styles, such as classical, to more progressive and contemporary styles, like light rock, jazz, and even hip hop, techno and dance music. The royalty free wedding music and music for wedding videos in this large library can express the unique personalities of every couple and preserve the memory of their special day for years to come. And because all tracks are royalty free, wedding professionals will pay a very low fee for use of the music, allowing them to increase their library regularly and offer a larger selection to their clients.

Royalty free wedding music will become more important as copyright infringements laws get more stringent. Wedding professionals must be able to choose their music to suit their budgets. Companies such as provide beautifully-crafted and performed royalty free music that will make excellent production and background music for every type of wedding video, ceremony and reception.

Here at TuneGorilla Music, we are proud to offer great royalty free wedding music that we produce ourselves including our album “Wedding Vows”. You will also find the best stock music, as background music, for your videos, commercials, trailers, or even movies right here. With our built-in player, you can choose from a great selection of royalty free music. Over the years, our music has been featured in numerous shows, over many networks, and in many commercials.

So, go ahead and browse our extensive collection of music. We hope you find the perfect track here. If not, we would be happy to write custom music for your next project!

A Look At The World Of Funk Music

The word “funk” is actually slang for a strong smell and early on it implied stronger rhythmic patterns. The harder rhythms made the songs sound grittier and more urgent, this is what funk music is all about!

Funk MusicBack in the 1960‘s, a new genre was making its way to the American music scene. A mixture of R&B, jazz and soul music, albeit with more rhythm. This genre was largely made popular by the soul and R&B musicians of that time. They wanted to create something stronger and more appropriate for the dance floor.

Preceding the disco era, this type of music was not initially welcomed by all — perhaps because it was considered such a departure from mainstream music. However, as time went on, funk music caught on and soon made its way to the dance floor.

Famous Funk Artists Back In The Day

As funk music started to gain momentum, more and more musicians began to experiment with it. One of the most popular funk musicians of that time was James Brown. His string of hits brought about a funk revolution. (Think, I Feel Good, Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag, Sex Machine.)

Another giant was George Clinton. He brought about the concept of funk-rock emphasizing his own brand of rock guitar. Rick James pushed the genre even further. Other notable artists who dabbled in this genre include Michael Jackson (remember his song, Billie Jean?) and Prince. As time went on, it became clear that funk music was here to stay as more and more artists incorporated their own unique funk hybrids into their music.

Funk Music Today

Today, funk music is gaining more and more fans worldwide as famous musicians release songs that rely heavily on the characteristics of this genre. Perhaps the biggest example of it’s growing popularity today is Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk”. This song claimed the top spot for many weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 list in 2015.

Snoop Dogg also revived funk with “Peaches n Cream” and Maroon 5 redid their popular track “Sugar” in a funkier fashion. Other funk artists worth mentioning include Janelle Monae, Pharrell Williams and Red Hot Chilli Peppers, known for coming up with amazing funky tracks.

Here at TuneGorilla Music, we are proud to offer our own royalty free funk music for your videos, commercials, trailers or even movies. With our built-in player you can also listen to the wide selection of royalty free production music that we offer.