How Can I Find Good Music for Birth Slideshows?

We've all felt stuck at one time or another. Finding music for slideshows used to be one of our business headaches because it always seemed to take so much time. Today we are sharing a few tips that helped us save time and make this tiny, yet impactful, task MUCH easier!

Here are a few quick tips to help you find great slideshow music once and for all!

TIP ONE:

Find your favorite music websites first. Keep in mind you may opt to have a membership or to purchase songs individually.

TIP TWO:

Listen to sample music while you edit your pictures. This is a great way to kill two birds with one stone and it works great to hear the music in the background while you are looking through the images.

TIP THREE:

Purchase 3-6 songs and reuse them for multiple slideshows. You will know when you feel "done" with a song, or when a particular birth story is unique enough that you may need to continue shopping for something more unique. The point is, you don’t have to use a new song for every slideshow you create!

Our Favorite Creative Commons Music Resources

Our Favorite:
www.musicbed.com

Others We Recommend:
www.soundcloud.com
www.triplescoopmusic.com  
www.themusicbed.com
www.triplescoopmusic.com
www.freemusicarchive.com
www.soundcloud.com
 

Our Favorite Songs for Slideshows

Eyes Wide Open by Tony Anderson at Musicbed
description: dramatic, cinematic, intense, long

Always by Analog Heart at Musicbed
description: soft, gentle, storytelling, playful

Hold On by Tony Anderson at Musicbed
description: long, cinematic, storytelling, dramatic


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Liz Cook

Liz Cook is a wedding, birth, and motherhood photographer based in Central Virginia. Her intuition and creative perspective allow her to connect both professionally and personally with her subjects, and thus, her portfolio is saturated with authentic emotion. Whether she's sharing her story with fellow entrepreneurs or enjoying quality time with her husband and two daughters, Liz is both present and passionate about capturing and celebrating life. Her work has been featured by O "Oprah" Magazine, The Huffington Post, The Glitter Guide, Essence Magazine, domino, Rue Magazine, among others.