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hello,

this must have been asked before though i couldn't find any related question titles via search. i'm looking for recommendation for a resource (library / website) where i could find composed music to be used as a background track within a corporate/advertisement video. i'm designing the sound effects and don't have enough time and budget to also compose a background track from scratch... therefore am looking for a way to pull it off as fast as i can.

please advise!

thanks, K

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Music stocks, i guess. Audiojungle.com, Productiontrax.com etc.

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+1 to AudioJungle. It's great for corporate. I've got some of my own music on there as well, you can check out the link on my profile page :) –  schwartzsound May 12 '12 at 5:03

Try this site http://rocksuresoundz.com

I am one of the main contributors to music on the site. It's not as large as some of the other libraries out there, but there still plenty of different styles and songs available.

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I am not sure about Free but these guys have some really good Royalty Free Tracks with absolutely no licensing issues. I am a composer so i know that all my tracks are pre cleared for licensing. Really cheap High QUality music like i have never seen on any sites lately - http://909music.com/library

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lusine the electronic musician? –  user7731 Apr 30 at 14:45
    
no but i am his fan and taken this nickname after him :) –  Lusine May 5 at 10:23

last time I inquired into library music, I found that some of it costs just as much as bespoke composition...... anyone else with the same experience?

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You must know some inexpensive composers! In my field, I'm finding composition-for-hire about ten times as pricey as needle-drop... –  Joe Griffin May 9 '12 at 3:54
    
very interesting. wonder if there's any figures anywhere... –  georgi May 10 '12 at 20:33
    
this depends on what type of sync license is required and how much material is being used. As a composer and a music supervisor I work with budgets that straddle that line all the time. Sometimes it is actually cheaper in the long run to go custom, but not typically for a corporate video. –  user7731 Apr 30 at 14:52

Hey There. Try this site : http://www.smartsound.com/ There are some good options there. M

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extrememusic.com, audiosparx.com, jinglepunks.com...

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you can check my older tunes, if something fits your video, hit me up on soundcloud or here, will give it away for free ;)

http://soundcloud.com/formatnone

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magnatune.com freeplaymusic.com

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Try MusicRevolution.com https://www.musicrevolution.com , an innovative online marketplace for royalty-free music. The MusicRevolution.com production music library has over 17,000 tracks of affordable, high-quality royalty-free production music suitable for film, video, TV, radio, website, games, background music, legal music for YouTube, on hold music and other business music applications. I am the co-founder.

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http://www.jewelbeat.com/. Over 35,000 tracks and the best part about it is that it is only 99 cents a track.

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Go to http://hitlist.sourceaudio.com/

The splits/stems for these tracks are available, so customization and editing is a snap!

:)

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