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Ideas for choosing music for school project videos!

 

So you want to jazz up a school video project with some sweet tunes. But what to choose? You’ve certainly got to be careful not to violate copyright laws. So unless you’ve got a big budget, you probably should steer clear of your favorite radio bangers. But you can use stock music, which is made to be easily licensed. Some stock music tracks can be used for free, as long as you credit the composer. But most require a small licensing fee. The good news is, they’re usually pretty affordable. And there are thousands of them out there to choose from. The right music for school project videos is a great way to add polish to your assignment. Here are a few ideas from Yummy Sounds!

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Find your energy!

If you’re studying videography or film editing, then matching your cut to the music is going to be a pretty important part of the project. So be sure to choose music for school project videos that has a suitable tempo. Fast cuts generally want quick music, and long lingering landscapes often like slower stuff. But those are just broad stroke rules. A panning shot of a skate park full of kids can work with a faster rock beat, for example. Consider what it is the viewer is seeing, and what kind of energy that picture contains. Then translate that energy into your choice of musical track. That goes doubly so for an art video project because energy and reaction is without a doubt what art is all about.

Play with format!

Perhaps you are doing neither a videography assignment nor an art project. Instead you have the job of turning in a video as coursework for an unrelated class. History, or maybe science. In this case, you may want to think about what format your video is going to take. For instance, maybe it’s a documentary, with you as the presenter. Or maybe a cool science demonstration or experiment. In that case you can be super playful with your choice of music. If you’re trying to make something sound interesting, then the music should be interesting, too! Quirky beats, upbeat melodies, and unusual instruments can all work. And of course, include some outtakes.  Give them a fun and silly soundscape for extra credit!

Music for School Video Projects to choose from:

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Dorothea Tachler – Los Angeles Morning
Tomas Novoa – Emotive Dreams
Floere – Into Waterfalls
Paul Werner – Solid
Intro – Happy Go Lucky
Intro – Dancing Leaves
Victor Penkovskyi – Road Trip
Cromo – Inspiring Background

All things considered, how to approach music for school project videos depends a lot on what you’re hoping to convey. You, of course, want to gain your audience’s attention. But if you’re showcasing art, you need to help them feel an emotional reaction. Above all, you don’t want the music to take away anything from the information you’re presenting. It should absolutely complement the video itself. But the music should not be the star of the show. If you’re unsure what to do, Yummy Sounds is here to help. We make searching for the right sound easy with our filters and search criteria. Get in touch if you need more help!

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