Adobe Stock is a service that provides creatives with access to millions of high-quality curated and royalty-free audio, video, Motion Graphics templates, and more for all your creative projects. You can purchase Adobe Stock as a multi-asset subscription. Various subscription packages are available.
Search for tracks by mood or genre. Each genre has multiple sub-genre options. Click the > arrow to select sub-genres.
If you have a specific track in mind, type in the track name in the Search box at the top of the Essential Sound panel, and then select it from the results.
Select multiple moods and genres to broaden your selection.
The speed at which the music is played. The minimum tempo is 30 bpm and the maximum is 250+ bpm.
You can choose whether you want your track to have vocals or just instrumental or both options.
To increase or decrease the volume of the audio track, use the slider at the bottom of the Essential Sound panel or use the left arrow key (to decrease volume) or the right arrow key (to increase volume).
You can try out an audio track by downloading a preview version. Preview audio tracks are not watermarked and are in a low bitrate M4a format. Use preview audio tracks to check whether it suits your project. Once you are satisfied with the audio track, you can then go ahead and license it. Licensed audio files are in uncompressed WAV format at either 44.1 or 48 kHz sample rate.
Premiere Pro displays a warning if you try to export a video with unlicensed audio tracks. For more information, see Stock audio issue in Premiere Pro.
To use Adobe Stock audio, you need to have purchased a Stock subscription, and have enough credits in your account. Purchase a Stock plan here.
(Optional) If you are posting a video that includes Adobe Stock audio tracks on YouTube, you may receive a YouTube copyright claim. If you receive that claim, you need to submit an Adobe Stock license code for each piece of music licensed. Copy the license code and keep it handy when you publish your video to YouTube. For more information, see Audio Copyright Claims.
You may use Adobe Stock audio in a variety of ways with a standard or extended license – training material, online ads, wedding films, paid advertising, social media, and more.
If you plan to use Adobe Stock audio in film, broadcast, SVOD, apps, games, or point of sale, you must purchase an extended license. Adobe Stock audio must be synced with a visual or other audio (such as in a podcast). Stand-alone use is not permitted.
You can file a dispute of this copyright claim with Youtube by following the instructions in Google’s help documentation here. In the dispute, include the license ID given to you after you purchased your Stock Audio track. If you don’t have it on hand, no problem! You can find this license ID by going to stock.adobe.com and navigating to your license history.
Lastly, please let us know if this happened to you by reaching out to us on Twitter@AdobeCare. We’d like to make the use of Stock Audio tracks in your projects as simple as possible. Happy to help!