We've made it easier to add music to your recordings and we now offer stock music that you can use in addition to importing your own music. After you make a recording you'll see a music icon next to the timeline. Clicking the icon will show a menu listing music we offer, or you can switch to see a list of your own personal music that you've imported into the app. When you hover over a music entry you'll see a play button so you can easily preview to find the right music for your recording. If you like what you hear then you can click the check box to import that music into your recording. After importing you can still go back to the menu and switch music or remove it by unchecking the currently selected music option. If you are in the editor then you will also see an option to add music by clicking here. Once you add music to your recording, you can edit some audio properties by clicking on this icon. You have the option of increasing or decreasing the volume. Fading the music in or out at the start and end of the recording. Ducking the audio if you have Narration in the recording which means the app will reduce the volume of the music track when the Narration is active. The amount that it's reduced is controlled here so you can choose how much to reduce the music volume when narration is active. The app also has options to normalize the music which means it will automatically increase or decrease the volume if it's too high or too low. And finally you can choose to loop the music if the recording is longer than the music track. Any of the settings you make here will be remembered for this particular music track so if you use it again in another recording they will be re-applied.