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cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: freescotland
Date: July 09, 2007 10:30AM
Doing a volunteer video for local united way and was looking for some very cheap royalty free music.

They will use it mostly as internal video, no mass production of cd/dvd or distribution beyond inhouse.

Just want to make sure I have all in order and could use some music.

United way has one theme they offer locals but it is pretty bad.
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: Mike Sellers
Date: July 09, 2007 10:42AM
When Apple first started dot.mac, they gave away Freeplay Music, several gigs worth of music in varying lengths and styles to use for iMovies. I still use it for my own movies and internal client stuff.

Doesn't help you though unless you grabbed them back then and have them stashed away somewhere.
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: freescotland
Date: July 09, 2007 10:44AM
Been a dot mac member forever and meant to grab those but had completely forgotten about them until you just mentioned it..

Figures.

Just noticed some of the podcasts packs have some music. I'll search those.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/09/2007 10:52AM by freescotland.
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: dwayne_bradley
Date: July 09, 2007 11:01AM
Check this out:

[www.digitaljuice.com]

Look at their BackTraxx and StackTraxx libraries. There is a ton of royalty free music in these libraries. I actually have both BackTraxx and all StackTraxx libraries and I love them. They just introduced 10 new volumes today so I can't wait to get them as well.

These are not free but they are fairly cheap. If you keep watch on their site, they run daily deals on a lot of their products where you can sometimes get the BackTraxx volumes for $99 each (instead of $199 each).

Just my $0.02.

Dwayne
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: wurm
Date: July 09, 2007 11:39AM
Are you just looking for a single piece? Is $20 cheap enough? Check out [www.pbtmlive.com]

Also try [www.sounddogs.com]. You'll have to create a free account before you can search. You'll find that their prices are based on the length of the piece and the library from which they come.

Or you can buy a whole CD for $30 here [www.pdinfo.com] or a little better selection for about $60 per CD or even cheaper by the cut here: [musicbakery.com]

One more I just remembered. A little more expensive ($60 per cut or $99 per CD), but better stuff in my opinion. [www.studiocutz.com]

Lots of options.
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: Article Accelerator
Date: July 09, 2007 12:03PM
You can make your own in GarageBand. Loops mean that you don't even have to be particularly musical to do so.
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Re: cheap royalty free music?
Posted by: Grateful11
Date: July 09, 2007 04:53PM
Garageband.com



Grateful11
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