If your brand needs high-quality music for soundtracking sport content, you’ve come to the right place. Epidemic Sound’s royalty-free, direct license model means you can use tracks from our catalog without fear of copyright claims or license disputes. Read on for all the details, how it works, and where to find the best songs for sport videos.
Follow the below steps to find the perfect music for sport videos
2. Think about what tone your sport video music should have. Depending on if it’s in-house or for a client, you’ll need to adjust that tone and nail the emotion you’re trying to capture. Our music is available to search through different moods, so try searching for specifics. You can select anything from restless to dreamy, angry to romantic.
3. Consider the genres that would make the best music for sport videos. It’s got to fit the tempo of the content and enhance what’s happening on screen, while still being a good song in its own right. Try looking for genres like house, dubstep, future bass or trap.
4. If you’re struggling for ideas, why not dig into our specialized sport music page?
A pro tip for finding great sport video music
Use the search function in the Epidemic Sound Player, where you can combine different keywords, moods and genres. The trick is not to use too many keywords. That way, the player will generate more results for you to browse.
Want to give it a try? Browse our catalog of 35,000 top-quality tracks, cleared for you to download and use with an active Epidemic Sound subscription. All you’ve got to do is sign up, pick a plan, and add the channels you’re using to publish content. Then you’re free to use our music for sport videos in your content and your clients’.
Are you an enterprise looking for a tailor-made solution? Learn more about how we can help here.
Check out the video below to see how one of our Enterprise clients, barre3, uses Epidemic Sound to get their customers pumped.
Looking for a shortcut?
If you just want to pick and choose the best sport video music from a playlist, we’ve got you covered. Our music experts at Epidemic Sound have compiled themed playlists for:
These playlists include everything from ambient and techno to Afrobeats and modern Latin. Browse the playlists above, then read on for the best sport video music for your branded content, chosen personally by our music curation team.
The top sport video music for your branded content
The ultimate soundtrack for fitness, mental health and well-being. Here are four of the best from our top-tier catalog.
Pableno - I Go Beast
It’s a high-octane, relentless house track that’ll do the trick for any spinning, running, weight-lifting or running video content you might have lined up.
Mochas - Morning Comes
Mochas’ laid-back, post-rock take on ambient music shines on 'Morning Comes.' Using just a few scant chords that creep through the track’s four-minute duration, 'Morning Comes' is a lo-fi complement for any yoga or pilates content. Soothing, fresh and mysterious, it’s the perfect music for sport videos with a slower pace.
Splasher! - Gods of Jupiter
For content concerning strength training, there can’t be any half-measures. Go hard or go home with 'Gods of Jupiter' by Splasher! – it’s a heavy, drop-oriented dubstep track that’ll leave the bass rumbling in your customers’ muscles.
It starts like a Wild West hoedown and ends like the skies have parted in a Marvel movie. For larger-than-life, blood-pumping music for sport videos, consider Gods of Jupiter.
Lawd Ito - Sueltame
Sport video music for dance workouts can be tough to nail. The tempo, rhythm, instrumentation and more all have to align – if something’s out of step, it can derail the entire video. There’ll be no such problems with Lawd Ito’s 'Sueltame,' given it’s smoother than melted butter.
This upbeat, chirpy modern Latin track has it all: steel drums, a thumping beat, fluid guitar lines and the slickest flow this side of the Amazon River. With Sueltame, Lawd Ito’s created an all-timer dance workout track.
If these tracks have whetted your appetite, why not explore the catalog and sign up for a 30-day free trial with Epidemic Sound?
Our music is royalty-free and offered with a direct license. Once you’re signed up and your channels are cleared with us, you can use our 35,000-strong collection of quality tracks in your branded content.
No third parties or strange licensing agreements – we own all the financial rights to our catalog, so it’s just a direct license from us to you. That’s it.
We know music licensing can be a pain, so let us remove the hassle. Sign up for a free trial or get in touch if you’d like to discuss our Enterprise Plan.
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