So where are some good places to pick up good music to use in film editing. Preferably stuff thats downloadable orchestral and not midi from a keyboard. It seem so hard to find good music.
Thread: Where to get good Music?
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08-13-2007 03:13 PM
Last edited by waefre; 08-13-2007 at 03:23 PM.
08-13-2007 03:35 PM
Seriously, like I'm going to edit a video to something that sounds like a cellphone ringtone. Even Cellphones don't use cellphone ringtones anymore.
08-13-2007 03:37 PM
There are several very good musicians who frequent this board. Take a look at some of the festival threads and you'll find some good people.Actor / Musician
08-13-2007 05:13 PM
go to Bactracks and Stacktracks---checkout Gallery under each product.
08-13-2007 05:21 PM
If you want free music (which has some good stuff if you search) check out:
If you want some good quality at a low price I second the digital juice stack traxx
Lastly, smartsound is good too especially because of the time remapping feature. You just say "I want a 2min 3sec length of this track" (more or less) and blam! This is what you need if you don't have any musical background or rhythm.Dan Johnson, Creative Director
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Specializing in Motion Graphics
08-13-2007 05:36 PM
Just did a write up for people looking for music...Digital Juice is excellent...also check this article...
lots of free stuff through those links and there is heaps more if you look around and do a search here or on the web...
08-13-2007 05:42 PM
Associated Production Music is some of the best library music around. It's used often in high end TV and radio advertising, as well as being credited at the end of many (big budget) Hollywood features and Network TV programs. I only mention the price issue to let you know that library music can be very good.
08-13-2007 05:51 PM
use the "search" on myspace and the ask for permission to use there music.
works wonders for me, but MAKE SURE they say you can use it for whatever your
using it for.a painter needs a brush, a poet a pen, but a filmmaker
needs an army.