The Best 10 Free Music Sites to Burn CD
There are tons of FREE music sites out there that you can download from to make CDs. Music is a bit tricky because of copyright claims, but there artists out there that often their music royalty FREE — or even just for you to download and listen to at your leisure. We’re going to be introducing you to our Top 10 Free Music Sites to Burn CD today, and you’ll see how some of them might offer your different services than another. If you want to learn how to burn the music you download from those sites, then make sure to read till the end. We’ve also included a quick tutorial for burning music to CD.
Part 1. Top 10 Free Music Download Sites
First, let’s talk about the Top 10 FREE Music Download Sites that we promised. Again, not all of these programs will be the same. Some might not be as open about their policies as others, but each one should allow you to download music in some way shape or form. Music that you can then burn onto a disc for your own purpose.
1. Amazon Music
For our first website, we’re going to be recommending Amazon Music. A subscription for this is FREE with an Amazon Prime account, and with it, you can download music from all the big-name artists. Of course, if you’re not up for getting an Amazon Prime account, then you can just as easily browse the FREE music download section that Amazon Music offers. There, you can download music and use it as you like.
Next, we have Soundcloud. It’s a popular website where you can find all sorts of music — some of which are offered for FREE! The only thing that you’re going to have to do is make sure that the music you download is actually FREE. Usually, the artist that uploads the music will have instructions for you to follow, so pay attention to those.
3. Jamendo Music
Jamendo Music is a website that offers independent music — and that’s it. Independent music is songs from artists that publish their records without the backing of a commercial label. You won’t find any music from any of the big artists here, but it is a FREE radio-esque audio player. Listening for your own pleasure is perfectly fine, but if you want to download music to be used for commercial projects, then they also have a subscription option for that kind of service.
SoundClick is a bit of an all-rounder. It’s a bit hard to navigate, but it’s the type of website that sort of “holds” audio for artists that want to offer their music for free. In that sense, it’s possible to find an artist you like and see if they offer a SoundClick link for any FREE audio. But if you’re just looking for general music, then you can always use their search options and find some that might suit your tastes.
Spinrilla is a website where you can find a lot of independent hip-hop and rap mixtapes. All of it can be downloaded for FREE. So, you should be able to download and use them as you’d like. One thing of note though, is that there are occasions where copyrighted music has been uploaded and distributed on the site. So, you might want to be careful of what you download.
Noisetrade functions similarly to a lot of the other websites we’ve introduced thus far. Here, you can search through their available music — and listen and download them as you’d like. They have a pretty varied archive — offering even FREE audiobooks and the like.
Rather than a music downloading website, AllMusic connects you to new arrivals in the music industry. Each of their entries offers you links and information on the songs. In some of those cases, you might find that the music that is linked to is offered for FREE. That, of course, will depend on the artist.
DatPiff is a popular website where independent artists post their mix-tapes for FREE. With their mobile application, you are able to listen to files anytime and everywhere. Unfortunately, they do not offer free downloads, but you might find that some of the artists on this site offer some of their Music FREE in one way or another.
On MP3.com, you can search for a variety of different songs. Again, a lot of it is independent work — some of which you won’t be able to download freely. But through the site, you can be connected to artists that might offer some of their music for FREE.
Last.fm is more of a radio-station website. Here, you can listen to music online for FREE. Of course, they offer a lot of songs here — in different genres that you might favor more than the other. But through this site, you might find yourself connected to artists that offer some of their music for FREE.
Part 2. How to Burn Downloaded Music to CD with Wondershare DVD Creator
As promised, we’re going to be ending things with a quick tutorial on how you can burn downloaded music to CD. For this, we’re going to be using the Wondershare DVD Creator. It’s very easy to use, a lot of it is very intuitive and you can expect you CDs to always be copied onto your CD in a way that will allow you to enjoy them at their best.
- ● CD Conversion of audio files — from MP3, FLAC, AIFF, APE, WMA, and so much more
- ● Media in the form of videos, images, and audio can be processed easily
- ● One-Click DVD Burn for converting FLAC files to CD in an instant
- ● Intuitive programming — to be used by beginners and professionals alike
- ● Built-in Video Editor for media processing and Smart Slideshow Creation available
How to Burn Downloaded Music to CD
Step One: Launch Wondershare & Select Project Type
First, launch Wondershare DVD Creator and wait for the welcome menu to appear. In the welcome menu, select CD Burner option as we're going to burn music to CD.
Step Two: Add Download Music
Next, you have the option of adding the music you downloaded in two ways. You can either drag and drop the music onto the activity screen OR you can click the Add Music option (that will prompt a windows pop-up where you can manually browse your computer for the music you downloaded.)
Step Three: Organize Music and Start Burning
After adding all the downloaded music into the program, you can organize the music files by dragging them to the place you want. When all the settings are made, you only need to click the Burn button at the lower right bottom of the program to start burning music to CD disc.
That concludes our Top 10 Free Music Sites to Burn CD compilation. Hopefully, we were able to help you out with finding music that you can enjoy freely. Of course, if you ever feel like burning those songs, we recommend using the Wondershare DVD Creator. It’s easy and quick, allowing you to create high-fidelity audio CDs Stress-FREE.