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#1 Carly Crocker

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Posted 16 February 2010 - 07:38 PM

I am wondering if anyone knows of any good general songs or music that are good for different moods and also for a trailer, like suspensful mood?

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#2 Claus Harding

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 04:04 PM

Hi Carly,

"General songs" is awfully vague. It says nothing about your project or your music needs.

Here are three options:

You can buy "needledrops" (pre-recorded industrial music) for a flat fee, subject to use.

You can pay for a composer to make you a small score to fit, and for the recording thereof.
(I may be able to help with that, if you are heading in that direction.)

You can buy sync. rights to an established song or composition. This can get very expensive.

The two common denominators in all of the above are "copyright" and "money".


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#3 Adrian Sierkowski

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Posted 17 February 2010 - 04:26 PM

Soundtrack Pro comes with a built in sound library. You can also buy sound libraries of music which allow synchronization and the such. I see ads for these libraries often in magazines such as Post. But, it is perhaps easier/better/often cheaper to hire a composer who can score something for you.
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#4 Royalty Free Music

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Posted 23 February 2010 - 09:53 AM

You can search the TMC Publishing selection at Royalty Free Music Lisensing from themusicase.com catalogue with plenty of tracks and songs of different moods.

Licensing for film costs around 150 Euro per tracks and there plenty of commercially released songs you can use for Sync.

All licenses are for unlimited time period and files are delivered in WAV format.
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#5 Carly Crocker

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Posted 23 February 2010 - 07:50 PM

Hi Carly,

"General songs" is awfully vague. It says nothing about your project or your music needs.

Here are three options:

You can buy "needledrops" (pre-recorded industrial music) for a flat fee, subject to use.

You can pay for a composer to make you a small score to fit, and for the recording thereof.
(I may be able to help with that, if you are heading in that direction.)

You can buy sync. rights to an established song or composition. This can get very expensive.

The two common denominators in all of the above are "copyright" and "money".


Claus.


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