Creative commons defined
Creative Commons is an American organization founded by Lawrence Lessiq, Eric Eldred and Hal Abelson in 2001. They were assisted by the Center for the Public Domain.
The organization has released several Creative Commons licenses, which allow authors of creative works to either convey or waive usage rights of their works.
While content owners maintain their copyright, Creative Commons licenses are standard agreements that replace the individual negotiations for specific rights between copyright owner (licensor) and licensee,
In other words, Creative Commons works are free to use when the stipulations are observed (Wikipedia, 2022).
Legally Use Music Files In The Creative Commons And Public Domain For Film, Television, Video And More
I wrote a neat little ebook titled, List of FREE To Use Creative Commons And Public Domain Music Files.