The office of web and new media has purchased the Opuzz music library for all campus users to utilize for video projects.
The Opuzz music library’s licensing allows for music to be used to synchronize with video for any University-related project. The music cannot be used as a stand-alone element (such as playing the music through speakers on it’s own at an event), but it can be used as a production piece of a bigger whole.
Since this license was purchased by the University, anyone working for the University on a University video can use the music.
Where to find tracks
The music library is housed in the office of web and new media. If you would like to use music from this library, please contact our office to arrange a time to transfer your track(s) to a hard drive or flash drive. The licensing does not allow transfer of songs over a network or server.
If you are looking for a piece of music for a project, I would suggest first searching the Opuzz website and identifying the track you want before arriving in our office; there are about 20,000 tracks in this library and searching them in a folder view is difficult and quite time-consuming. The Opuzz website categorizes all of the music by genre and is much easier to use in your search.