As iPhones and iPad's have a secure environment, this can often make it hard to save music directly to your phone or tablet without the aid of a computer.
This can be frustrating for creators who want to download music and edit videos on a mobile system.
Follow these steps and you will be able to download and use Epidemic Sound music without a computer.
Install a cloud service such as Dropbox on your phone or tablet. Once installed open Safari > go to player.epidemicsound.com and login.
Find a track you would like to download and click on the ... button
Tap on download track and pick either Full mix or individual stems if you wish to have the instrumental version.
You will load a new page that will show the audio file, tap the button that the arrow indicates in the image below:
A menu will come up and you should swipe to the right on the second row of options and tap on more options.
You should be able to enable cloud services such as Dropbox and tap on done as seen in this example:
Now on the second row of options you should see save to dropbox, tap on this and save to dropbox.
Now you have downloaded a track and saved it successfully to a cloud storage service, the next step is importing it into a video editor such as iMovie.
When in a project click on the + button
Ignore the audio option and click on iCloud drive
You should then be able to browse through Dropbox, if you can't see dropbox on this menu, there will be an option for 'other locations' which you can tap into and enable Dropbox.
And there you have it you can now access Epidemic Sound music on your iPhone or iPad without a computer.
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