Royalty Free Music for Schools
Soundzabound Music Library offers a wide variety of music, audio themes and sound effects for grades K-12 that ensures your copyright safety. Soundzabound is the only royalty free music library who understands the growing technology requirements and licensing needs for education, having been created by educators for education.
Use the Soundzabound music files for:
Licensing and Access
Renewal Required: You must renew this subscription every year.
Lifetime Access: You only need to purchase this product one time.
Simultaneous Access: More than one person can use this product at the same time.
Multi-School Incremental Discounts: Discounts available if purchasing for more than one school/location. Contact Mackin for discount information firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multi-Year Discounts: Discounts available if purchasing for more than one consecutive year. Contact Mackin for discount information email@example.com.
Content Correlation: NF=Nonfiction F=Fiction
Soundzabound.com is a browser-based solution that works on all browsers as long as Flash Player is installed and up to date & Java Script is enabled.
Soundzabound.com has been tested and supported on:
Mozilla Firefox 3.07 on Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista SP1 & Mac OSX 10.5.6 (Recommended)
Google Chrome (Recommended)
Apple Safari 3.2.1 on Mac OSX 10.5.6
Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0 on Windows XP SP3 & Windows Vista SP1
When using an iPad or iPhone, users are unable to use the mp3 download button. This is a proprietary issue with Apple, alleviating an MP3 by Soundzabound or anyone else to be downloaded, but only allowing M4a file downloads from iTunes. This poses a legal challenge for schools and districts, since labels and publishers do not automatically grant synchronization rights for iTunes music to be used for educational technology. Soundzabound is currently speaking with the labels, publishers and making attempts to speak with Apple in order to resolve legal and technical issues. We will keep you updated on this progress and possible workarounds.