royalty free music
Hi dear friends,
Chris Ace Gates - September 27th, 2013
Hi, I have a free royalty free music library at http://www.danosongs.com/ which uses the most friendly creative commons attribution license.
You only need to credit me and you can include my music at no cost.
There are over 100 songs there in various styles and I release new tracks several times per month.
DanoSongs Royalty Free Music
Just wanted to let you know I have updated my low priced RF collection to over 1500 tracks now - Amazing prices $2.00-$5.00 Lowest on the Net.
Its a Royalty Free Music collection from Universal Sony BMG Chappell writer
My music is featured on Americas got Talent, Big Brother, MTV, Sky Sports, Top Gear and others.
Please bookmark both these accounts - over 1000 top quality professionally recorded tracks
If you can guess my favorite film noir score, you'll get a digital download of my newest royalty free music album "Hard Boiled" to use in your next project.
I just completed writing an album of all film noir detective style tracks.
If you need music like "Chinatown" "Taxi Driver" and even a little "Twin Peaks"
please check it out. I'm very proud of it and had a great time working on it.
Check out the album here: http://thetunepeddler.com/tag/hard-boiled/
iTunes is a great program for quickly and efficiently organizing all of your royalty free music and sfx. When you're working on a video and need to quickly find the music you want this method of organizing will really help out.
I use Sonicfire Pro, by Smartsound Software. I love the versatility and music selections. However, I've been getting fraudulent claims from a variety of music distribution companies: Kontor New Media, INgrooves, SME, etc. I've provided proof, to include a letter from one of the vice presidents of Smartsound, but only had limited success in defending myself. This affects my "Revenue Sharing" as the videos are automatically excluded from this program. Is anyone else having issues with their royalty free music libraries?