Facebook is really ensuring it increases its revenue by exploiting video opportunities on its platform. The social media giant has just introduced free Facebook Sound Collection that video creators can use on its platform and Instagram.
According to Facebook, “This is part of our broader commitment to providing video creators with the various tools they need to grow on Facebook.
The Sound Collection gives you access to thousands of high-quality audio tracks and sound effects from all over the world to spice up your videos. These sounds are owned by Facebook, and are free and clear to use in any videos you create and share on Facebook and Instagram.
In the Sound Collection, you’ll find tracks from established composers and songwriters and a range of sound effects. Discover a mix of songs, vocals, noises, and instrumental tracks spanning genres like hip hop, pop, jazz, country, and more — and new tracks and effects will be added soon. With the collection, we’re also launching easy-to-use discovery tools so that you can learn about different artists, follow the ones you like, and browse sounds by genre, mood, length and vocals to find tracks you like for your videos.”
There are currently about 1000 soundtracks but no African type of music yet.
Ever since Facebook video launched in 2015, it has been trying to lure YouTube creators onto its platform.
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