Over the last couple of years, we've been upping the pace. Since our catalog passed 35,000 tracks, we've added close to 300 new tracks per month on average. Today, the Epidemic Sound catalog features over 40,000 tracks and 90,000 sound effects, giving creators more freedom than ever to tell their stories.
As always, the music is exclusive through Epidemic Sound and produced by world-class artists, covering a wide range of genres and moods.
Because Epidemic Sound is the sole owner of the rights to the music in the catalog, you don't have to worry about copyright claims, hidden fees, or videos being muted and taken down. Royalty-free. Worry-free.
We’re constantly analyzing how our music is used in online content, so we can decide what to add to the catalog next. At the same time, we're addressing customer feedback on potential gaps and creating music for users in new regions of the world.
We’re also thrilled to have welcomed plenty of new, talented, and prolific artists, who've all driven up our count of high-quality tracks through hard work in the studio. Give it up for Hanna Lindgren, Lukas Got Lucky, peerless, Palace on Wheels, and Ebo Krdum.
We’re typically looking at three things when deciding which type of music to produce next.
- Customer feedback about what our catalog is missing
- Trends predicted by our in-house music experts
- Analyzing what the content creator community is using in different parts of the world – this helps predict the type of music potential new customers will want
“We’re committed to offering the best-in-class experience for content creators needing great music and sound for their content,” said Niklas Brantberg, Chief of Music at Epidemic Sound.
“I want to thank all our talented artists and in-house music teams who’ve worked so hard to create and release these 5,000 incredible tracks. We couldn't be more excited to continue providing content creators with new music that’s more relevant than ever for their content, as well as guiding our artists to create music where there is a high chance of finding an audience.”