If you’ve been on the internet for any length of time, you’ve probably come across a plethora of articles, forums, blogs, and websites offering different sources of free backing tracks online. The problem is that most of these places aren’t really all that useful, at least in terms of what you’re looking for. Some sites offer freebies, others have nothing but free downloads, and then there are the “free” sites that claim to offer high quality backing tracks but won’t actually give you anything worthwhile.
How I Make My Backing Tracks
My favorite resource on the net is AudioJungle, which is essentially an online community dedicated to finding great resources for free. Most of the content on this site is free, and they even provide some free downloads to get you started. As with any good online community, AudioJungle allows users to post comments about their experiences in finding a good source of free backing tracks online. I’ve seen several posts from people who’ve had problems finding great sounding, high quality backing tracks online, and I’d love to share my own experiences with you.
For starters, I’d recommend that you go to the site and search for “best sounding music online” or something like that. This will bring up some pretty good results, since there are actually a lot of great sources of free and low cost backing tracks online, and you can see the quality of them and find out which ones are worth your time.