Reverbnation has artist and tunes you can listen to for free, but you can't download them to comp. you can get one free month with emusic when you sign -up with them. http://www.reverbnation.com/
There are various places. The ones I use to listen to music for free are:
Spotify (It doesn't have the greatest selection and the ads are annoying, but it's still decent enough)
Last.FM (usually I listen to the radio, but there are some free and legal downloads there too)
Bandcamp (free downloads are put up by the bands themselves, and there are lots of free streaming songs)
YouTube (obvious- just make a playlist of whatever songs you want to hear)
ReverbNation actually does have lots of music for free and download. Some artists that have their music up there just opt to require an email address before you download. That's how I have mine set up.
Bandcamp is also good as well as soundcloud.
For downloading (legally): Soundcloud, ReverbNation, Bandcamp, artists' specific webpages
For streaming: Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud, ReverbNation
If you get email updates from magazines, they sometimes offer free downloads. Amazon does as well occasionally.
There are many sources on the internet where you can download free music. These websites are easy to find. Just type "free music" in your browser. The more specific you are the easier it will be to find exactly what you're looking for.
As an example, let's say you are looking for a particular song. Type in the name of the song. If you know the arranger, add that as well. You will be taken to a website with a list of songs. Your song will be there. After you locate it, click and your song will come up.
Be sure to signify whether you want piano, guitar, vocal or such.
If you are looking for CD music, it's harder to find that without a charge. I like "I Tunes" as the cost is very minimal and they have an outstanding selection.
I hope this answers your question. Actually, you should be a little more clear about what type of music you want for free.
If you're looking for free music for a video project, you may have noticed a lot of other videos give kudos to Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/). He provides awesome royalty free music for anyone to use in any project. Here's a quote from his site: If you use the Creative Commons license (use his music for free), you must attribute correctly. If you don't want to attribute to him, you will have to pay for a no-attribution license (I think it's $30 /song).
after reading some of the other answers, this may not be what you're after xmetow - , but if it's free sheet music you need, just google 'virtual music.com,' and you will find that there is all sorts of sheet music you can download and print off for free for what ever instrument you play. My son has three 'bands' one of them a string quartet, and he can down load a piece of music which gives the score for each instrument so that they can play in harmony. It's very handy as sheet music can be very expensive to buy and those lads are on a very limited budget as yet. For just under $40 dollars for a year's subscription, you can have anything you want, and they will even individualise music for you if they can - it's a wonderful site. They even e-mail you with the new music they have done ready to download Hope this helps
Free music for what?
Listening purposes... film project, commercial project?
Need a little more information
I was using www.mp3skull.com but lately they created a members only if you want to listen or download. You can still download music for free there.
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