Content Samurai Free Music 2018

Did you know that when you purchase Content Samurai you also get $799 worth of songs for free?

Each of the songs costs $39.95 on PremiumBeat, and you get 20 songs for free to use as background music in your videos.

That’s a crazy deal!

I’m surprised they don’t talk about that at all in their sales videos.

You can check out the video below to listen to short blurbs of each song straight from Content Samurai, or you can scroll down and use the links to listen to the songs on PremiumBeat.

Here’s the video:

And here are all of the songs that you get:

The songs are great, right?

P.S.- If you’re interested in a Content Samurai discount you can find it on this page.

Content Samurai List of Themes 2018

There are 23 different Content Samurai themes (as of 12/20/18).

You can’t find out what themes are available to you unless you purchase it and I don’t think that’s fair.

I think you should be able to see exactly what you’re getting when you decide to pay $47 or $99 per month.

That’s why I made a list of all themes that you can use when creating a project, with example text in the middle of the slide.

You can also change the layout of the slides if you include an image, so if you’re interested in that you can CLICK HERE.

P.S.- If you’re interested in an in-depth review of the whole program from someone who actually purchased it, you can find it on this page. 

Here all all of the themes with their respective names:

Ocean Spray

Ocean Spray Content Samurai

Sunset Glow

Sunset Glow Content Samurai

Candy Cane

Candy Cane Content Samurai

Mountain Peak

Mountain Peak Content Samurai

Strawberry Cream

Straweberry Cream Content Samurai

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel Content Samurai

Cast Iron

Cast Iron Content Samurai

Red Back

Red Back Content Samurai

Gold Rush

Gold Rush Content Samurai

Ever Green

Ever Green Content Samurai

Carrot Cake

Carrot Cake Content Samurai

Water Fall

Water Fall Content Samurai

Teal Suit

Teal Suit Content Samurai

Navy Suit

Navy Suit Content Samurai

Burgundy Suit

Burgundy Suit Content Samurai

Sapphire Stone

Sapphire Stone Content Samurai

Rose Stone

Rose Stone Content Samurai

Amber Stone

Amber Stone Content Samurai

Emerald Stone

Emerald Stone Content Samurai

Citrus Mist

Citrus Mist Content Samurai

Sea Mist

Sea Mist Content Samurai

Lemon Mist

Lemon Mist Content Samurai

Jungle Mist

Jungle Mist Content Samurai

Alright so those are all of the possible themes.

Now let’s look at all of the possible layouts!

There’s 5 total and they’re all pretty self-explanatory.

Text Centered

Text centered layout Content Samurai

Text on the Left

Text on the left layout Content Samurai

Text on the Right

Text on the right layout Content Samurai

Text at the Bottom

Text at the bottom layout content samurai

Text at the Top

Text at the top layout content samurai

That’s it for now.

Remember that if you want to purchase Content Samurai at a 53% discount you can do so here.

Content Samurai First Look

Here is my unedited, honest experience with Content Samurai right after purchasing it.

I bought it, watched the welcome video, and recorded myself as I created my first video using the app.

This isn’t a review.

Here is my actual review.

Here’s the video, but if you prefer reading you can scroll down for a summary of my experience.

Video Summary

I watched the intro video on their website to get introduced to the basics of the program and then I tried to create my first video.

This is what the project creation screen looks like:

Content Samurai menu

The sidebar on the left side of the screen is a quick summary of the video-creation process.

You write the “script” for the video, add images to the slides and make sure that the text on the slides works, change the theme of the slides, and then you go on to the next step.

You voice the slides (the voicing process is fairly easy, but the 1. 2. 3. countdown before each recording is a bit annoying), add music if you want, and then Content Samurai tries to sync your audio with the text on the slides.

If the sync isn’t perfect (which it wasn’t for me), there’s a quick process for changing the timing of the slides.

After making sure your video looks how you want it to you can press Generate Your Video and the app does the rendering and everything else in the cloud.

The rendering process is pretty quick (I think it took me about a minute for a 1 minute video, but I’ll do more testing on this.)

While the video-creation process was pretty simple there were a couple things I didn’t like about it and things that weren’t so obvious at first.

I don’t like that you can’t clean up your audio so you’re at the mercy of your microphone. If your mike is good then you shouldn’t worry, but if it’s not great and you usually clean up your audio with Audacity like me then your video might not be as good as it should because of the audio quality.

Of course you could always download the video, separate the video and audio tracks, and then edit the audio with Audacity or Premiere pro, but that’s a lot more work for something that I think they should add.

If you’re interested in getting a discount or a full review on Content Samurai then you can check out the homepage.