Music for Twitch

Epidemic Sound’s catalog contains over 50,000 songs. That’s more than you’ll ever need, and you’re safe to use it all in your Twitch streams, both live and on VOD. Stop worrying about copyright claims and start soundtracking today – we got you covered.

Looking for the best music to use in your Twitch streams?

Here's an example of what you'll be able to find in our player. This 2-hours playlist contains some of our users' favourite EDM tracks for gaming and streaming.

Create a playlist with your favorite tracks filtering for BPMs, theme, mood, music genre and much more.

You can also check out our music for gaming theme page to find perfectly curated tracks for all kinds of gaming videos!

Can I use non copyrighted music for Twitch?

Can I use non copyrighted music for Twitch?

That's a firm no! Twitch’s music guidelines are very detailed and clear when it comes to streaming non-copyrighted music. If you want to learn more, we have written an extensive article about Twitch’s music guidelines.

Is royalty-free music free to use on Twitch?

Is royalty-free music free to use on Twitch?

Yes! Epidemic Sound’s music catalog can be defined as royalty-free since we allow license-holders to use our music. This means you're free to use our music in all of your streams and Twitch content.

How can I play music in my Twitch streams?

How can I play music in my Twitch streams?

Epidemic Sound makes it super easy! You can either create a playlist of your favorite music in our player or use one of our Spotify playlists if you prefer! During your streams, just select your Spotify/Epidemic Sound tab as an audio output through OBS studio (or any other streaming software you use) and just press play!

Epidemic Sound’s music also prevents you from getting claimed in case you repost your streams on other social media platforms (e.g. YouTube) but make sure you’ve matched your channels first.

Can Twitch ban you for playing music?

Can Twitch ban you for playing music?

Yes! Twitch operates with a three-strikes policy when it comes to copyright takedowns. If you infringe the guidelines more than three times and use copyrighted content, your profile will be banned from the platform.

For more information about how Twitch operates, here’s our Twitch music guidelines blog piece.

How to check if your music is copyrighted for Twitch?

How to check if your music is copyrighted for Twitch?

As of today, there is no tool that allows you to check if the music that you want to use is free-to-use on Twitch or not. For this reason, it is best to assume that every song you want to use IS indeed protected by copyright (see the previous question about “Can Twitch ban you for playing music?”).

The best way to avoid takedowns is to, then, use music that comes from a safe source, like Epidemic Sound. Our music allows you to focus on your content and forget about copyright-related takedowns.

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